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Old and Modem Pictures, 
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ART PRICES CURRENT 

1914=1915. 



BEING A RECORD OF SALE PRICES AT 
CHRISTIE'S DURING THE SEASON; 
TOGETHER WITH REPRESENTATIVE 
PRICES FROM THE SALES OF 
MESSRS. PUTTICK & SIMPSON, 



WITH AN 

INDEX TO ARTISTS' AND 
ENGRAVERS' NAMES AND 
TO THE TITLES AND SUBJECTS 
SOLD. 



Edited by 
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Advertisements. Art Prices Current. 



Art Prices Currsnt 

With a comprehensive Index to ArtisU* and 

Engravers' Names, as well as Titles 

of Pictures and Engravings. 

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In Preparation. 

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PAGE 

Preface ix 



List of Sales xi 

IffDEX : — 

Drawings 197 

Pictures 221 

Engravings : — 

Artists ....... 261 

Engravers ....... 273 



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Preface to Volume VIII. 



The size of this, the first volume recording art 
prices at auction during the War, has undergone 
considerable diminution as the result of that great 
event. As will be seen, the first of Christie's 
sales, which should normally have been held in 
November, 19 14, did not take place until April, 
1 91 5, while Sotheby's rooms remained closed to 
art collectors and dealers during the whole season. 
These circumstances were doubtless due to the 
fear of the effect which the War would have 
upon the market for pictures and engravings. As 
the volume shows, however, this fear proved to 
to be ill-founded, prices on the whole being well 
maintained at the pre-War level. It is to be 
noted, however, that during the season no collec- 
tions of the highest quality and importance were 
submitted to auction. At the same time, the 
prices in this volume will be found to be fully 
equal in general interest to those contained in 
previous volumes, whilst historical importance 
attaches to the record of the great sale at 
Christie's in aid of the Red Cross Fund, which 
extended over several days in April, 191 5. 



Advertisements. Art Prices Current. 



Indispensable to all 

ARTISTS, ART COLLECTORS, 
AGENTS, DEALERS, etc. 

The Years Art 

1917 

A CONCISE epitome of all 
'^ matters relating to the Arts 
of Painting, Sculpture, Engraving 
and Architecture, and to Schools 
of Design, which have occurred 
during the year 19 16, together 
with information respecting the 
events of 1917. 

Thirty-Eighth Annual Issue 
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simply indispensable, and it is valuable not only for cnrrent 
use, but as a record. In short, we do not know what we 
should do without it." — Athenaeum. 

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LIST OF SALES. 

PAGE 

August 6 and 7, 1914. (P.) 
Engravings, etchings, etc. ..... i 

October 9, 1914. (P.) 
Engravings, etc 3 

October 23, 1914. (P.) 
Engravings 4 

November 6, 1914. (P.) 
Engravings and Baxter Colour Prints ... 5 

November 20, 1914. (P.) 
Engravings 7 

December 4, 1914. (P.) 
Modem Etchings and Engravings .... 9 

December 7, 1914. (P.) 
Baxter and Le Blond Colour Prints . . . .11 

December 18, 1914. (P.) 
Engravings 12 

January 15, 1915. (P.) 
Engravings 14 

January 29, 1915. (P.) 
Engravings ........ 16 

February 5, 1915. (C.) 

Water-colour Drawings, given by members and 
associates of the Royal Society of Painters in 
Water-colours, in aid of the British Red Cross 
and St. John's Ambulance Societies . . .18 

The capital letters in italics after dates of Sales denotes : 
C = Messrs. Christie's ; P = Messrs. Puttick & Simpson. 



LIST OF SALES. 



February 12, 191 5. (P.) page 

Engravings 22 

February 26, 1915. (P.) 
Engravings 23 

March 12, 1915. (P.) 
Engravings 24 

March 15, 1915. (P.) 
Baxter and Le Blond Colour Prints .... 25 

March 26, 1915. (P.) 
Engravings, comprising Fancy Subjects of the Early 
English and French Schools, Portraits in mezzotint, 
line and colours, etc. ...... 27 

April 12 to 27, 1915. (C.) 
Pictures, Drawings, Engravings and Etchings in- 
cluded in the sale of works of art presented to the 
Red Cross Society and the Order of the Hospital of 
St. John of Jerusalem in England, to be sold for 
the benefit of their funds 29 

April 23, 1915. (C) 
Drawings ........ 44 

April 16, 1915. (P.) 
Engravings 51 

April 30, 1915. (P.) 

Engravings comprising Fancy Subjects, Portraits, 
Sporting Subjects in colours, etc.. Modern Etchings 
and Water-colour Drawings ..... 52 

April 30, 1915. (C.) 

Modem Pictures and Drawings, the property 'of Lieut.- 
Col. T. R. W. Davidson, the late G. W. Fetter, 
R. J. Ward, etc 56 

May 7, 1915. (C.) 

Modem Pictures and Drawings, the property of the 
late H. G. Henderson ; Original Drawings for 
Vanity Fair, and Ancient and Modern Pictures, the 
property of the late the Hon. Francis H. Dawnay . 61 



LIST OF SALES. 



May II AND 12, 19X5. (C) PAGE 

Etchings by D. Y. Cameron, J. McNeill Whistler, 
Muirhead Bone, A. H. Haig, Hedley Fitton, etc. ; 
and Old and Modern Engravings, the property of 
the late H. G. Henderson, Esq., Hon. Francis H. 
Dawnay, T. W. Jackson, Francis Cipriani . . 65 

May 14, 1915. (C.) 

Pictures by Old Masters, and a few Drawings, the 
property of the late T. W. Jackson, Esq. ; also Old 
Pictures and DraAvings from different sources . 74 

May 14, 1915. (P.) 

Engravings, comprising Fancy Subjects, chiefly of the 
Early EngUsh School ; Portraits and Water-colour 
Drawings ........ 80 

May 17, 1915. (P.) 
Baxter and Le Blond Colour Prints . . . • 83 

May 19, 1915. (C) 
Drawings 86 

May 28, 1915. (P.) 

Etchings, Engravings, Modern French Colour Prints 
and Water-Colour Dra\vings ..... 94 

June 4, 1915. (C.) 

Pictures and Drawings, the property of the late Sir 
John Swinburne ; and Modern Pictures and Water- 
Colour Drawings from various sources ... 99 

June 9, 1915. (P.) 
Japanese Colour Prints . . . . . .104 

June 9 and 10, 1915. (C.) 

Engravings of the Early Enghsh School after Sir J. 
Reynolds, George Morland, James Ward, and 
others ; Modem Portraits by S. Cousins, and 
Sporting Prints, the property of the late Sir 
Walter Gilbey, Bart 104 

June ii, 1915. (C.) 

The Collection of Sporting Pictures and Works by 
George Morland, the property of the late Sir Walter 
Gilbey, Bart 115 



LIST OF SALES. 



June ii, 1915. (P.) page 

Engravings, including the properties of Dr. T. W. 
Bunvood, the late Samuel Pownceby, Esq., and 



from various sources 



June 14. 1915. (P.) 

Old Pictures of the Early English, Dutch and French 
Schools, Modem Pictures and Drawings, the 
property of Major W. Vaughan-Jones, Samuel 
Pownceby, Esq., and from various sources. . 123 

June 18. 1915. (C.) 

Modern Pictures and Water-Colour Drawings, the 
property of the late J. Brinton, Esq., J. P. ; the 
remaining Works of the late H. W. B. Davis, Esq., 
R.A.; and Modern Pictures and Drawings from 
various sources . . . . . . .125 

June 22, 1915. (P.) 
Baxter and Le Blond Colour Prints .... 130 

June 25, 1915- (-P-) 
Engravings, Modern Etchings and Water-Colour 
Drawings ........ 133 

June 25, 1915. (C.) 

Pictures by Old Masters of the Dutch School, the 
property of the late Lord Huntingfield ; also Old 
Pictures, the property of the late W. E. Darwin, 
Esq., and from various sources .... 135 

July i and 2, 1915. (C) 

The Collection of Pictures by Old Masters of the late 
Charles T. D. Crews, Esq. . . . . .141 

July 9, 1915. (C.) 

Modem Pictures and Water-colour Drawings, the 
property of the late Robert EngUsh, Esq., the late 
Miss F. L. King, and from various sources . -154 

July 9, 1915- {P-) 
Engravings, Etchings and Water-Colour Drawings 158 



LIST OF SALES. 



July 12, 1915. (C.) page 

Engravings of the Early English School, the property 
of the late Sir John Swinburne, Bart., the late G. 
Mellins, Esq., and from various sources ; also 
Sporting Prints, the property of the late Lewis H. 
Samuel, Esq. ....... 160 

July 16, 1915. (C.) 

Pictures and Drawings collected by the late Charles 
Storr Kennedy, Esq., the late Lewis H. Samuel, 
Esq., and from various sources. .... 166 

July 23. 1915. (C.) 

Sporting Pictures, old Pictures, the property of the 
late Mrs. C. R. Weir ; also Pictures and Drawings, 
the property of the late Sir Charles A. Hartley, and 
from various sources . . . . . -171 

July 23. 1915. (P.) 
Engravings and Pictures . . . . . .176 

July 26, 1915. (C.) 

Engravings of the Early English School, the property 
of the late Francis Hall, Esq.; Modem Etchings, by 
Muirhead Bone, D. Y. Cameron, A. H. Haig, Hedley 
Fitton, Sir F. Seymour Haden, and James McBey ; 
Etchings, after J. L. E. Meissonier ; and Modem 
Engravings, the Property of W. H. Dodgeson, Esq. 179 

July 30, 1915. (C.) 

Pictiu-es and Drawings, collected by the late Sir 
Horace Regnart ; also Water-Colour Drawings and 
a few pictures collected by the Rev. A. E. Clementi 
Smith, and the late F. P. Murray, Esq.. . . 186 

August 6, 1915. (C.) 

Pictures and Drawings, the property of the late 
Jeffery Whitehead, Esq. 190 



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ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Aus:ust 6 and 7, 1914. Puttick's. 

Engravings, Etchings, Etc. 

25 The Times and Pennell Buildings, by J. Pennell, two, signed proofs, litho- 
graphs (Grieve), £3. 

37 Somerset House, by S. Anderson, signed proof (Grieve), £1 17s. 6d. 

38 Thirst, by H. Dicksee, signed remarque proof, on vellum (Tucker), £2 12s. 6d. 

39 Caesar, by the same, signed remarque proof, on vellum (M. Williams), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

40 Aisles of Amiens, by Axel Haig, signed proof (Roberts), £1 7s. 6d. 

41 Laughing Girl, by J. C. Webb, mezzotint, in colours, signed proof (Roberts), 

£1 17s. 6d. 
45 Le Pont du Moulin, by A. Legros, signed proof (Macdonald), £2. 

58 Hippodrome, Paris, by Alexander Lunois, signed proof (Grieve), £2 5s. 

59 Diana Bathing, by Bracquemond (Grieve), £2 7s. 6d. 

61 Scenes in Venice, by Otto Bacher, two, signed proofs (Grieve), £1 17s. 6d. 

64 Maternal Precaution, by J. F. Millet, lithograph (Grieve), £7 10s. 

65 St. Germain L'Auxerrois, Paris, by Andrew Affleck, signed proof (Grieve), 

£2 2S. 

66 Gisors, by the same, signed proof (Grieve), £1 17s. 6d. 

70 Cavaliers, by Jules Jacquet, after Meissonier, signed remarque proofe, on 

vellum, a pair, framed (Baker), £4 4s. 

71 La Cour de I'Ange Gabriell Requier, by W. Ansell, ditto (North), £2. 

72 Monastery of St. Jerome, by Andrew Affleck, signed proof, ditto (North) 

£*■ 

PAINTINGS. 

104 Bonington, R. P., Coast scene, with figures and shipping, gallery size (Harvey), 

£7 7s. 

105 Webster, Thos., Merry making in the olden time, gallery size (Harvey), £5 5s. 

108 Douw, G., Portrait of an old lady reading, panel — iij x 13J (Fermoy), £6 6s. 

109 Van Dyck, Portrait of two boys, wearing ruffs — 26} x 22J (Fermoy), £12 ras. 
133 Kauffman, Angelica, Cornelius, the mother of the Gracchi, on copper (Lewis), 

£3 10s. 
171 Van Huysum, Flowers in a vase (Harvey), £3. 
ENGRAVINGS. 

179 Lep^re, A., Entrance to canal, St. Martin, Paris, and another, signed proofs 

(Dimthome), £2 5s. 

180 Short, Frank, Old gravel pits, Mosely, near Birmingham, and Wensley Dale, 

signed proofs, and another (Macdonald), £3 12s. 6d. 
i88d Louisa Paoline Angelica Cosway, by A. Cardon ; and Caroline, Princess of 

Wales, by Bartolozzi, both after Cosway (E. George), £2. 
256 Marie Antoinette, by Keating, after de Brehan, oval, in colours (Long), 

£2 2S. 

258 Malmesbury Abbey, by Jukes, after Hanks, aquatints, in colours, a pair 

(Long), £1 4S. 
265 Niagara Falls, by Salathe, large aquatint, in colours, on strainer (Sutton), 

£2 lOS. 

278 Epsom races, after H. Aiken, aquatints, in colours, a pair (Long), £1 15s. 

279 Going to cover ; Full cry ; The leap ; and The death, after Aiken, aquatints, 

in colours, a set of four (Long), £1 15s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



295 The Bentinck passing Aden on her first voyage, by Duncan, after Huggins, 

in colours (Long), £r los. 
311 Morning ; Noon ; Evening ; and Night, by Debucourt, aquatints, in colours, 

set of four ( ), £2 12s. 6d. 

319 Miss Stephens, by Meyer, eifter Harlow, mezzotint (Long), £1 los. 

320 A Dutch school, by V. Green, after Jan Steen, mezzotint (Long), £1 15s. 

354 Countess of Euston, by Wilkin, after Hoppner, open letter proof (Long), 

£2 15s. 

355 Lady Gertrude Villiers, by and after C. Wilkin, ditto (Long), £2 los. 

356 Lady Catherine Howard, by and after the same, ditto (Long), £2 5s. 

357 Lady Charlotte Campbell, by Wilkin, after Hoppner, ditto (Long), £3. 
365 Prince Regent received by the University and City of Oxford, June 14th, 

1814, in High Street, by C. Turner, after George Jones, mezzotint (Parker), 

£1. 

368 Montreal from the Mount, Lower Canada, North America, by Bajmes, after 

Lt. Hombrook, lithograph ( ), £r 2S. 6d. 

369 The town and harbour of St. Johns, Newfoundland, taken from Signal Hill, 

June ist, 1831, by H. Pyall, London, after W. Eagar, aquatint, in colours 
(Rylatt), £6 5s. 
378 Return from market, by J. R. Smith, after Morland, mezzotint (Miller), 
£2 7S. 6d. 

388 Thomas Pownall, Esq., Member of Parliament, late Governor, Captain, 

General, and Commander-iQ-Chief, and Vice-Admiral of His Majesty's 
Provinces Massachusetts Bay and South Carolina, and Lieut. -Governor 
of New Jersey, by R. Earlom, after Cotes, mezzotint, large margins (Rowe), 

£17. 

389 View in Hudson's river ; View of the falls on the Passaick ; View in Hudson's 

river of Pakepsey ; and View of the Great Cohoes Falls, sketched on the 
spot by His Excellency Governor Pownal, painted by Paul Sandby, and 
engraved by Peter Benazech, Paul Sandby, and William Elliot, the set 
of four (Rowe), £11. 

415 Morning, by Delattre, after W. Hamilton, in colours, cut to the oval ( ), 

£5. 

416 A nest of cupids, by Schiavonetti, after Miss J. Aspinall, in colours (Max 

Williams), £9 19s. 6d. 

444 Mrs. Robinson, by J. R. Smith, after Romney, mezzotint, second state (Palmer), 

£23 2S. 

445 A peasant boy and girl returning from milking, by Gaugain, after Westall, 

in colours, a pair (Harrison), £3. 

446 Cupid unveiling Venus, by Cardon, after Cosway, in brown ( ), £r los. 

447 Lord Nelson, by Earlom, after Beechey, mezzotint (Errington), £3. 

443 Fisherman going out and retiuning, by Jukes, after Morland, aquatints, ia 
colours, a pair (Errington), £2 5s. 

450 Naval engagement off Boulogne, October 31st, 1803, by Stadler, after Livesay, 

aquatints, in colours, a pair (Parker), £2 2S. 

451 Shooting, by Reeve, after Wolstenholme, aquatints, set of four (Fores), £4. 
453 His Majesty's harriers, by R. Woodman, after R. B. Davis (Fores), £3 5s. 
464 Steeplechasing, by E. G. Hester, after Sturgess, aquatints, in colours, set 

of four (Landsell), £1 7s. 6d. 
4O9 Sailor boy's return, and companion, by Gaugain, after Bigg, in colours 

(Landsell), £1 7s. 6d. 
477 Leicestershire fox hunting, after J. Dean Paul, aquatints, in colours, set of 

four (Hare), £2 los. 



Puttick's.] August 6 and 7, 1914. 



478 Tom Moody, after Pollard, aquatints in colours, set of four (Hare), £t los. 

479 Noble tips, after F. C. Turner, aquatints, in colours, set of four (Hare), 

£1 lOS. 

480 Fox hunting, by Reeve, after Welstenholme, aquatints, in colours, set of 

four (Fores), £12. 

481 The cornfield, by D. Lucas, after Constable, mezzotint (Browne), £3 los. 

486 " Macedonian " and the " United States," in colours (Williams), £3 15s. 

487 Battle of Lake Erie, in colours, a pair (Williams), £3. 

488 Government House, and Federal Hall, lithographs, in colours (Greene), £3, 



October 9, 1914. Puttick'5. 

Engravings, Etc. 

In Portfolio. 

1 Baxter, Reception ; and Massacre of Rev. J. Williams (HoUoway), £i. 

2 Baxter, Rev. Moffatt (Moore), i6s. 

3 Baxter, Rev. Williams, patriot variety (Langdon), los. 

5 Baxter, Lovers' letter box (Sen), £i los. 

6 Baxter, Day before marriage, stamped mount (Sen), £3. 

7 Baxter, The bridesmaid, stamped mount (Moore), £t 15s. 

8 Aisles of Amiens, by Axel Haig, signed proof (Roberts), i6s. 

9 Laughing girl, by J. C. Webb, mezzotint, in colours, signed proof (Carter), 

£1 lOS. 

Framed. 

49 The Cloisters, Cahors, by Frank Brangwyn, signed proof (Hewson), £1. 

50 Village shop, St. Cerq, by Frank Brangwyn, signed proof (Hewson), £1. 

51 Washhouse, Pertheny, by Frank Brangwyn, signed proof (Earl), £1 10s. 

52 Black MUl, Winchelsea, by Frank Brangwyn, signed proof (Hewson), £5. 

53 Valentre Bridge, Cahors, by Frank Brangwyn, signed proof (Hewson), £8. 

54 St. Nicholas Church, Paris, by Frank Brangywn, signed proof (Earl), £3 15s. 

55 Falls on the Rhine, by Sir Frank Short, mezzotint, signed proof (Neumeyer), 

£2 15s. 

56 Lucerne, by Sir Frank Short, mezzotint, signed proof (Macdonald), £2 15s. 
iiS Tom and his pigeons; and The pet rabbit, by C. Knight, after Russell, in 

colours { ), £1 los. 

151 Nampont, by V. Green, after Carter, mezzotint (Moore), £1 7s. 6d. 

160 Tom Jones taking Molly Seagrim, by E. Scott, after Morland, circle (Bussey), 

£1 6s. 
168 Salisbury Cathedral, by D. Lucas, after. Constable, early proof, mezzotint 

(Moore), £5. 
171 Racehorse " Isaac," with Sam Darling up, aquatint, in colours, proof (Moore), 

£4. 

173 The chaff cutter, by Pether, after Garrard, mezzotint (Moore), £1 7s. 6d. 

174 A Roman triumph : Panorama, published by W. Sams, St. James' Street, 

aquatint, in colours, complete in original case ( ), £3 5s. 

182 Flora, by F. D. Soiron, after H. Singleton, in colours (Maggs), £6. 

183 Brighton beauties, by Thomson, after Harper, in colours (Moore), £1 17s. 6d. 

184 A morning star ; and An evening star, by and after H. Dawe, mezzotints 

in colours, pair, proofs ( ), £1 12s. 6d. 

186 The gamekeeper, by and after Pierson, in colours (Moore), £2 2S. 

187 Una, by T. Burke, after KauSman, oval, in red ( ), £1 is. 

195 The cock in feather, by C. Turner, after B. Marshall, mezzotint, in colours, 
first state, before the plate was cut down (Brail), £8. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



197 Fox hunting ; and Pheasant shooting, by Malton, after Rowlandson, ia 

colours, pair (Moore), £18 i8s. 

Framed. 
298 Father's darling ; and Mother's hope, by Freeman and Stadler, after Adan 

Buck, in colours, pair (Clapham), £8 los. 

199 Summer, by Adam Buck, aquatint, in colours (Shefford), £3 5s. 

200 Shooting, by Reeve, after Wolstenholme, aquatints, in colours, set of fow 

(Mitford), £8. 

204 Mrs. Waddy, by Cheesman, after Adam Buck, in colours (Jones), £2 7s. 6d, 

205 Going to school ; and After school, by C. Turner, after Spilsbury, mezzotints, 

pair (Gaunt), 15s. 

206 Going to the moors ; and Cover, by J. Harris, after Henderson, aquatints, ia 

colours, pair (Carter), £1 15s. 
234 Hyde Park, by H. Bunbury, in colours (Tisdall), £1 2s. 6d. 



October 23, 1914. Puttick's. 

Engravings. 

157 Lady Charlotte Campbell, by C. Wilkin, after Hoppner (Norris), £4. 

158 Countess of Euston, by and after the same (Norris), £2. 

159 Lady Catherine Howard, ditto (Norris), £2. 

160 Lady Gertrude Villiers, ditto (Norris), £2 los. 

161 Miss Stevens, by Meyer, after Harlow, mezzotint (Norris), £i is. 

162 Marie Antoinette, by Keating, after De Brehan, oval, in colours (Norris), 

£1 lOS. 

164 The Bentinck, by Duncan, after Huggins, aquatint, in colours (Norris), 

165 Coaching subjects, after Newhouse, eight, aquatints, in colours (Sen), £5. 

166 Fox hunting, after Aiken, four, aquatints, in colours (Norris), £3. 

167 Epsom races, after Aiken, aquatints, in colours, pair (Norris), £2 15s. 

173 The landlord's family ; and The tenant's family, by C. Knight, after T. 

Stothard, pair, in brown (Chaundy), £6 6s. 
183 The beggar boy, by Say, after Owen, mezzotint, in colours ( ), £ i 12s. 6d. 

206 Lady Hamilton as " Nature," by Sydney Wilson, mezzotint, signed proof 

(Earl), £1 17s. 6d. 

207 A country lane in Cornwall, by .Alfred Hartley, signed proof, in colours (Sea), 

£i6s. 
212A Sportsman's return, by Ward, after Morland, mezzotint, in colours, varnished 
(Brinby), £2. 

219 The Angelus, and companion, after Millet, by A. Danman, signed proofs 

(Attsell), £1 8s. 

220 The washhouse, Pertheny, by Frank Brangwyn, signed proof (Earl), i8s. 

221 St. Nicholas Church, Paris, by the same, signed proof (Earl), £3 15s. 



Pottick's.] November 6, 1914. 



November 6, 1914- Puttick'«. 

Engravings and Baxter Colour Prints. 

4 Abbeville (C.L. 330) (MiUer), £1 7s. 6d. 

5 River scene, Holland, pocket-book lettering (Miller), £1 los. 

6 King of the French leaving Eu, ditto (Miller), £1 los. 

19 The Andalusians, pocket-book lettering ( ), £1 12s. 6d. 

28 Paul and Virginia, small ( ), £2. 

ENGRAVINGS, IN PORTFOLIO. 
55 Portuguese Synagogue in London, aquatint, in colours (Maggs), £3 5s. 

63 Shooting, plates 2 and 4, by Woollett, after Stubbs ( ), £2 2s. 

89 Aisles of Amiens, by Axel Haig, signed proof (Macdonald), £1. 

94 St. George's, Hanover Square, by Malton ; smd St. Paul's Choir, by Pollard 

(Thomas), £1 5s. 
96 Panoramic view of Cape Town, by Walker, after Bowler, lithographs, in 

colours (Thomas), £1 i8s. 
118 A brewhouse yard, by Earlom, after Garrard, mezzotint, in colours (Graves), 

£1 lOS. 

129 Meux's brewery, aquatint (Graves), £1 los. 

130 Barclay Perkin's & Co. brewhouse, Southwark, after Shayer, aquatint, in 

colours (Graves), £1 los. 

135 The young anglers (R. 32), by R. Dunkarton, mezzotint, second state 

(Macdonald), £1. 
138 View of Launceston, Cornwall, by Jukes, after Roberts, aquatint, in colours 
(HoUoway), £1 5s. 

140 Cape Coast Castle, by J. Hill, after G. Webster, aquatint, in colours (Barnard), 

£1 lOS. 

141 Tom Jones taking Molly Seagrim, and companion, by E. Scott, after G. 

Morland, pair, on strainers (Simpson), £1 7s. 5d. 

142 Live bait : Fishing for jack, by R. G. Reeve, after J. Pollard, aquatint, in 

colours (Brail), £5 los. 

143 Sportsman, and companion, by and after J. Pierson, in colours, pair (Simpson), 

£r I2S. 6d. 

145 Saturday morning ; and Evening, by T. Biirke, and Nutter, after Bigg, pair 

(Thomas), £3. 

146 The young cottager, by WTiessell, after Gainsborough, in colours (Thomas), 

£1 4S. 

147 Evening ; and Night, by H. Gillbank, after Wheatley, mezzotints, pair (Brail), 

£5- 

148 " Much ado about nothing," by Simon ; and " Merry wives of Windsor," 

by Thew, after Rev. M. W. Peters (Thomas), £1 17s. 6d. 

150 The charmers, by Knight, after Peters, in colours (Simpson), i8s. 

151 The seasons, set of four, after Hamilton, in red (Simpson), £1. 

152 Calais : The market place, by Sutherland, after J. Glendall, aquatint, in 

colours (Young), £1. 

153 View of the town of Sydney, New South Wales, by W. S. Blake, aquatint ; 

and a View of Richmond, by the same ( ), £4 5s. 

134 Boy discovering the golden eggs, by Young, after Paye, mezzotint (Murray), 

£1 17s. 6d. 
155 Departure from Brighton, by Murphy, after Wheatley, mezzotint (Maggs), 

£2 los. 

136 Rabbits ; and Guinea pigs, by J. R. Smith, after Morland, mezzotints (Murray), 

£3 15s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



157 Female lucubration, by Dawe, after S. Foldsum, mezzotint, proof (Murray), 

£3. 

158 Letter woman, by Dawe, after H. Morland, mezzotint (Murray), £2. 

159 Love and honour, after Bunbury, by Bartolozzi, proof, in brown (Murray), 

£1 I2S. 6d. 

160 Mary Dickinson, " The country girl," by Dickinson, after Peters, mezzotint 

(Anderson), £4 4s. 

161 Cherry girl, by White, after Crewe, and another, in colours (Murray), £2 15s. 

162 Smnmer, by Bartolozzi, after Hamilton, in colours (Maggs), £4 los. 

163 Edwin and Angelina, by Marcuard, after Flaxman, in colours (Murray), 

£2 lOS. 

165 Boy with parachute ; and Young angler, in colours ( ), £5. 

166 Shepherd and shepherdess, after de Loutherbourg, in colours (Brail), £3 los. 

167 Madame Storace, by Bettelini, and another, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Murray), 

£3. 

168 Spring, by Bartolozzi, after Hamilton, in colours (Maggs), £3 5s. 

173 The " Essex '' East Indiaman, by Jukes, after Luny, set of four, aquatints 
(Barnard), £1 17s. 6d. 

177 Panoramic view of British horse-racing, by Pollard and Dubourg, after C. 

Thompson, aquatint, in colours (Thomas), £1 4s. 

178 The Durham White Ox, proof ; and The Holdemess Cow, by W. Ward, after 

Garrard, mezzotints (Thomas), £2 2s. 
180 The Raby pack, by W. Ward, mezzotint, cut close (Brail), £2 4s. 
183 Fairlop fair, by and after J. Pollard, aquatint, in colours (Brail), £7. 
187 Cupid and Psyche, by Bartolozzi, in colours (Maggs), £4 los. 

190 Puss in danger, by J. Dean, mezzotint, in colours (Murray), £5 5s. 

191 Le diner des moissoneurs, by Duthe, after Lambert, in colours (Murray), 

£2 5s. 

192 Le berger complaisant, by Bonnefoy, after Blaisot, in colours (Murray), £3. 

193 The elopement, by G. Maile, in colours (Murray), £6. 

194 Virgin and Child with the butterfly, by A. Diirer (Reitlinger), £6. 

198 Benjamin Franklin, by James McArdell, after B. Wilson, mezzotint, urn- 
described, first state (Just), £8 8s. 
200 Father's darling ; and Mother's hope, by Freeman and Stadler, after Adam 

Buck, in colours, pair (Simpson), £2 5s. 
206 View of Nelson Haven in Tasman's Gulf ; and View of the part of the town 

of Wellington, N.Z., by T. Allom, after C. Heaphy, lithographs, in colours, 

pair ( ), £5. 

219 " Midsummer night's dream," by Cousins, after Landseer, mezzotint, proof 

(Simpson), £1 5s. 
223 Monastery of St. Jerome, by Andrew AfSeck, signed proof (North), £3. 
226 Birth of Shakespeare, by Bartolozzi, after Kauffman, oval, in red ( ), 

£1 18s. 
231 Steeple chasing, by E. G. Hester, after Sturgess, aquatints, in colours, set 

of four (Landsell), £2 15s. 
235 Sailor boy's return, and comi>anion, by Gaugain, after Bigg, in colours 

(Landsell), £1 2S.^ 



Puttick's.] November 20, 1914. 



November 30, 1914. Puttick'5. 

Engravings. 

7e River secne, with shipping, by Demarteau, in colours (Houtbraken), £1. 

72 La Tabagie Hollandoise, by Janinet, after Ostade, aquatint, in colours (Hout- 
braken), £2 5s. 

j% The Highlander's plait or farewell to the Highlands, by Duboiirg, after Smith, 
with verses under, aquatint, in colours (Maggs), £i. 

77 George Washington, by Nutter, after Stuart (Barnard), £1 los. 

78 Lady Harriet Ackland, by and after R. Pollard, in brown, on strainer (Cardon), 

£1 5S. 
t6 View of Weymouth ; and View of Weymouth £ind Portland, by J. Bluck, 

after J. W. Upham, aquatints, in colours, pair (Parker), £7 los. 
1*4 Astley Cooper, M.D., by Samuel Cousins, after Lawrence, proof (Allen), 

£1 17s. 6d. 
106 Rt. Hon. Robt. Dundas, after H. Raeburn, by W. Sharp, proof (Allen), £1. 

120 Master Lambton, after Lawrence, by S. Cousins (Allen), £2 7s. 6d. 

121 Miss Powell, after Reynolds, by Houston, proof (Allen), £2 5s. 
125 Johannes Locke, by J. Smith, after Kneller (Lane), £2. 

129 Admiral van Tromp, by Bovi, after Bone (Barnard), £1 6s. 

139 Admiral van der Heist, by Visscher (Houtbraken), £1 4s. 

144 Admiral Jan Everts, by Blooteling (Houtbraken), £1 2S. 

145 Admiral van Tromp, by Suyderhoef, after H. Pot (Houtbraken), £1 17s. 6d. 

146 Prince Waldeck, mezzotint (Houtbraken), £2. 

148 Countess of Northumberland, after Sir P. Lely, mezzotint (Long), £1 2S. 

149 George Morland, by W. Ward, after Muller, mezzotint (Long), £2 los. 

158 G. Osbaldeston, Esq. : Extraordinary match of 200 miles against time, by 

and after J. Pollard, aquatint, in colours (Rimell), £3. 

159 Coursing, after Aiken, in colours (Cardon), £1 5s. 

160 Newmarket ; Epsom ; Ipswich ; and Ascot Heath, after Aiken, aquatints 

in colours, set of four (Cardon), £2 los. 

161 The golfers, by Wagstaff, after Lees (Williams), £1 12s. 6d. 

165 March of the Intellect and Invention (Aviation), by Berthoud, in colours 

(Tebbitt), £4 4s. 
173 Shooting, August to January, after Turner, aquatints, in colours, varnished, 

set of six (Cardon), £1 5s. 

176 Earl of Kingston-upon-Hull hunting, by Peter Tillemans, on strainer (Cardon), 

£1 15s. 

177 Fox disturbed at his repast, by C. Turner, after Synders, mezzotint, proof 

(Cardon), £1 17s. 6d. 

179 Bottom fishing, by and after J. Pollard, aquatint, in colours (Rimell), £3 3s. 

180 Steeplechasing, aquatints, in colours, set of four, proofs before all letters 

(Cardon), £12 12s. 

181 The Royal mail starting from the General Post Ofiice, London, by R. G. 

Reeves, after James Pollard, aquatint, in colours (Allen), £5 5s. 

182 Grouse shooters in the forest of Bowland, by G. Dawe, after J. Northcote, 

mezzotint, in colours, on strainer (Brail), £1 5s. 

185 Annette and Lubin ; and Julia, by C. White, after Crewe, ovals, pair (Brail), 

£1 8s. 

186 Queen Eleanor, by Blake, after Stothard, circle, proof (Brail), £t 4s. 

188 Infancy (Master Hare), by Thew, after Reynolds, in colours (Long), £1 los. 
191 The pet lamb, in coloinrs (Houtbraken), £3 15s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



192 The Grantham children, by T. Cheesman, after Sir Joshua Reynolds (Hout- 

braken), £1 los. 
159 Duchess of Richmond, by Ryland, after Kauffman, oval (Reynolds), 19s. 

200 Angelica and Sacriponte, by T. Burke, after Kauffman, circle (Reynolds), £3 5s. 

201 The sword ; and The dance, by Bartolozzi, after Harding, circles, proofe, 

pair, in red (Reynolds), £3. 

202 Arthur and Emmeline, by P. W. Tomkins, after C. Ansell, circle, in browa 

(Reynolds), £3 5s. 

203 Lovers parting, by Ryland, after J. Huck, oval (Reynolds), 14s. 

204 Father's delight, by Agar, proof (Barnard), £1. 

206 The wood nymph, by J. R. Smith, after Woodford, oval, in colours, cut close 
(Cardon), £y. 

209 The Seasons, by Purcell, after Mercier, mezzotints, set of four (Reynolds), 

£3 15s. 

210 Maria, by P. W. Tomkins, after J. Russell (Reynolds), £2 5s. 
212 Ermina, by J. Hogg, after Kauffman, oval, in red (Reynolds), £i. 

216 The chase ; and The death, by Peltro, after Sartorius (Brail), £1 6s. 

217 A girl holding dove, seated in a landscape ; and An interior, with girl holding 

an urn, colour prints, proofs before all letters, pair (W. Sabin), £20 gs. 6d. 

218 Duty and affection, by P. W. Tomkins, after Miss Julia Conyers, pair, ia 

colours (Lindsay), £64. 
2iq Racing: Epsom, by C. Hunt, after J. Pollard, six, aquatints, in colours, 
varnished, in original maple frames (Millbank), £5 5s. 

221 Partridge ; and Grouse shooting, published by T. Helme, in colours, pair 

(Wells), £3 5s. 

222 Shooting, by Debucourt, after Vemet, aquatint (Reynolds), £1 12s. 6d. 

223 The Cambridge Telegraph, after J. Pollard, aquatint, in colours (Reynolds), 

i8s. 

225 The Quicksilver Royal Mail, by Hunt, after Pollard, aquatint, in colours 

(Reynolds), £3. 

226 Full cry, by and after Wolstenholme, aquatint, in colours (Reynolds), £2 15s. 

231 Miss Croker, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thomas Lawrence, mezzotint 

(Meatyard), £2 15s. 

232 Mrs. Tickell, by J. Conde, after R. Cosway (Reynolds), £2 15s. 

234 Infancy, by White, after Cosway, oval, in brown (Reynolds), £3 15s. 

235 Damon and Musidora, by Bartolozzi, after Kauffman, oval, in red (Reynolds), 

£1 15s. 

236 Auld Robin Gray, by Bartolozzi, after Bunbury, circle, in red (Reynolds), 

£1 15s. 

237 Charlotte, by White, after Bunbury, oval, in colours (Wells), £3 los. 
241 Summer, by Adam Buck, aquatint, in colours (Shefford), £2 15s. 

243 Lady Gower and child, by Cousins, after Lawrence, mezzotint (Grose), £r. 
247 Fishermen returning, by Jukes, after Morland, aquatint, in colours (Barnard), 

£2 2S. 

WATER-COLOURS. 
264 Lely, Sir P., Portrait of a lady, in coloured crayons, on blue paper (Houtbrakea), 

£5 15s. 
269 Wigstead, H., Interior, with figures (Meatyard), £1 4s. 
274 Fuseli, H., Illustration to Homer, Book XVI (Meatyard), £1 7s. 6d. 
278 Maris, James, Italian street musician (McLean), £1 los. 
280 Eckstein, G., signed. Second Life Guards (Meatyard), £1. 



Puttick's.] December 4, 1914. 



December 4, 1914. Puttick's. 

Modern Etchings and Engravings. 

19 Naval heroes, by Knight, after Cooper, mezzotint, proof (Abbott), £t 4s. 
45 Couatess of Eustoo, by E. M. Hester, after Hoppner, mezzotint, in colours, 
signed proof (Beatty), £1 2S. 

57 St. Germain, L'Auxerrois, Paris, by Andrew Affleck, signed proof (Williams) 

£1 2S. 

58 Sisors, France, by Andrew Affleck, signed proof (Williams), 13s. 

60 Ebb tide, Putney Bridge, by Sir Frank Short, mezzotint, signed proof 

(Macdonald), £i los. 

61 The Curfew, by Sir Frank Short, aquatint, signed proof ( ), £i los. 

62 Georges Dock, Liverpool, by Sir Frank Short, etching, signed proof ( ), 

£1 7s. 

65 La Retameuse (W. 5), by J. McN. Whistler (Taylor), £1 14s. 

66 Departing day, by Camille Fonce, after K. Heffner, signed remarque artist's 

proof, on vellum (Young), i8s. 

86 Elizabeth, daughter of S. Cooper, by W. Faithorne, proof (Waring), £1 6s. 

87 Isabella, daughter of James, Duke of York, ditto (Ellis), £1 4s. 

95 Samuel Johnson, by J. Watson, after Sir J. Reynolds (Rimell), £i 2S. 

96 George Jardine of Glasgow, by T. Hodgetts, after Sir H. Raebum (Ellis), 

1 8s. 

170 Sailors carousing, by W. Ward, after Ibbetson, mezzotint ( ), £2 2s. 

171 Marriage i la mode, by Earlom, after Hogarth, mezzotints, set of six (Maggs), 

£10. 

172 Amelia, by R. Laurie, after Singleton, mezzotint (Tomkins), i8s. 

173 The champion of England at the coronation of His Majesty George IV, pub- 

lished by Dickinson, aquatint, in colours, panorama, in original box 
(Tyrell), 15s. 

174 Coursing, by Nichols and Bluck, after Reinagle, aquatint, in colours (W. 

Sabin), £3 17s. 6d. 

175 The mail coach in a flood, by Rosenbourg, after J. Pollard, aquatint, in 

colours (Tompkins), £2 12s. 6d. 

176 A cool customer, by H. Aiken, aquatint, in colours (Tompkins), £2. 

177 The meet, by the same, ditto (Tompkins), £1 los. 

178 Racehorse, " Dan O'Connell," aquatint, in colours (Lebus), £3 5s. 

179 View of the carriage match, by and after J. Bodger, large plate ( ), 

£1 7s. 6d. 

181 Coaching scenes, by and after C. B. Newhouse, aquatints, in colours, set of 

four (Maggs), £2 5s. 

182 Most howdacious ! ! !, by C. Hunt, after Aiken, aquatint (Tompkins), £t 4s. 

183 A fine young English gentleman, by and after the same, aquatint (Tompkins) 

£1 7S. 6d. 

185 Duck ; Pheasant ; Woodcock ; and Snipe shooting ; and Coursing, by 

Wells, Simpson, and Dodd, after Ibbetson, set of five, in brown (Tompkins), 
£22. 

186 Charles XII and Euclid, by C. HuBt, after Herring, aquatint, in colours 

(Rimell), £1 los. 

187 The right sort, by E. Duncan, after H. Aiken, aquatint, in colours ( ), £1. 

188 Horse dealing, Nos. i and 2, by J. Harris, after Scanlan, aquatints, in colours, 

pair (Tompkins), £2 7s. 6d. 
202 Infantile sports, by R. Pollard, mezzotint (Tompkins), £5 5s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



203 Griselda, by Bartolozzi, after KaufEman, oval (Maggs), £2. 

208 The mother's hope, after Adam Buck, in colours (W. Sabin), £11 5s. 

209 The fortune teller, by J. K. Sherwin, after Reynolds (Watkins), £2 los. 

210 The red breast, by J. Ward, after Thompson, mezzotint (Leggatt), iji los. 

211 Love, by W. Say, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Tompkins), £2 7s. 6d. 

214 Sly boots, by and after T. Rowlandson, oval, in brown (Leggatt), £3 I2S. 

215 Flirtilla, designed and engraved by J. R. Smith, in brown (White), £4. 

216 Julia de Roubigne, by P. Dawe, after G. Morland, oval, mezzotict (Palmer), 

£2 2S. 

217 Domestic happiness ; and The coquette at her toilet, by W. Ward, after G. 

Morland, mezzotints, pair (Tompkins), £21. 

218 La surprise, by Scmiuel Cousins, after Dubufe, mezzotint, proof before all 

letters (Tompkins), £9. 

219 The gardens at Carlton House, by Dickinson, after Bunbury, in red (Tompkins), 

£6 15s. 

220 The gamesters, by W. Ward ; and The fortune teller, by J. R. Smith, after 

Rev. M. W. Peters, mezzotint, pair (Tompkins), £11 lis. 

221 Delia in town, by J. R. Smith, after Morland, oval, in brown (White), £6 fc. 

222 Mrs. Yates as " Medea," by W. Dickinson, mezzotint (Ravilions), £1. 

224 Mdlle. Limdens ; 'and companion, by Maile and Say, after Rubens, mezzotint, 

in colours (Ravilions), £1 15s. 

225 Deathbed of the Just, by Bartolozzi, after Peters, in colours (Lebus), £2 2S. 

227 Cecilia, by Nutter, after Stothard, ovals, in colours, pair (White), £6 6s. 

228 Royal mails leaving the Post Office, by Reeve, after Pollard, aquatint, in 

colours (Rimell), £1 17s. 6d. 

229 The gipsy woman (Duchess of Devonshire), by Bell, after Beechey, mezzotint, 

in colours (White), i6s. 

231 Lady and child ; and Amusement, by White, after Emma Crewe, circles, io 

colours, pair (Ravilions), £2 12s. 6d. 

232 The Angel ; and The Infant, by P. Sinczenich, ovals, in colours, pair (Shefford), 

£2 7s. 6d. 

233 Shepherd ; and Shepherdess, small ovals, in colours, pair (Watkins), £2 2S. 

234 John Howard, Esq., Colonel of the Cheshire Yeomanry, by C. Hunt, after 

Spode, aquatint, in colours (White), £2 2S. 

235 Mrs. Jordan, by Ogbome, after Romney (Oxford), £1 12s. 6d. 

236 Miss Croker, by Samuel Cousins, after Lawrence, mezzotint (Meatyard), 

£2 2S. 

237 A wood nymph ; and The Shepherdess, by J. R. Smith, after Woodford, 

ovals, in colours, varnished, a pair (Ellis & Smyth), £6 10s. 

238 L'Hiver, by Duruisseau, after J. B. Huet, in colours (Holbrook), £1 2S. 6d. 

239 The hand maid, by J. Hogg, after Walton, circle, proof ( ), £2. 

240 English and Scottish peasant boys, by Barnard, after R. K. Porter, mezzotint, 

in colours, a pair (Brail), i8s. 



PuTTicK s.] December 7, 191 4. 



December 7, 19 14. Puttick's. 

Baxter and Le Blond Colour Prints. 

BAXTER PRINTS. 

187 Rev. John Wesley (Stampe), £1 is. 

190 Prince Frederick; and Empress Eugenie (Gould), £2 15s. 

191 Princess Royal, stamped mount (Sykes), £1 2s. 

192 Queen Victoria, with hand on table (C.L. 209), stamped mount (Belchem), 

£1 I2S. 

193 Duke of Wellington without arm, stamped moimt (Collins), 13s. 

194 Daughter of the Regiment, stamped mount (Belchem), £2 5s. 

197 Napoleon I, stamped moimt (Wallace), £2 12s. 

198 Sir Robert Peel, ditto (Wallace), £1 8s. 

199 Princess Royal, on music (Wallace), 9s. 

300 Prince Albert, in Hussar uniform (Wallace), 8s. 

201 Jetty Treffz, stamped mount (Belchem), 8s. 

206 Prince Albert ; and Queen Victoria, pair (Hogarth), los. 

207 Lover's letter box, stamped mount (Harrison), £2 5s. 

208 St. Bernard dogs (Lewis), £1. 

209 The bridesmaid, stamped mount (Harrison), £1. 

211 Day before marriage (Wilson), £1 los. 

212 Lover's letter box, stamped mount (Lie), £2 los. 

213 St. Bernard dogs, stamped mount (Sykes), £5. 

214 Day before marriage (Bellchem), £1 2S. 6d. 

216 The reconciliation, stamped mount (Harrison), £2. 

217 The bridesmaid (Klein), i8s. 

218 WLoter, large ( ), £1 3s. 

219 Lover's letter box (Hogarth), £1 iis. 

220 BeUe of the village (Wallace), 15s. 

221 Summer ; and Winter, large, pair (C. Lewis), £1 16s. 

222 Lucerne, signed (Harrison), £i 15s. 

223 Lucerne, stamped moimt (Lewis), £10. 
223A Belle of the village (Holloway), 8s. 

224 Belle of the village, stamped mount (Harrison), £1 17s. 6d. 

225 Lucerne (Wallace), £2 17s. 6d. 

226 Winter, large (Wallace), £1 2s. 6d. 

227 Parting look, on stamped mount (Wallace), £7. 

228 The ordinance of baptism, original mount (Simpson), £2 73. 6d. 

229 The gardener's shed (Simpson), £1 5s. 

235 So tired (Grose), 7s. 

236 I don't like it, stamped mount (Wallace), iSs. 

237 Returning from prayer, ditto (Wallace), i6s. 

238 Veiled vestal (Wallace), 9s. 

239 Flora (Langdale), £1 15s. 

240 Fruit girl of the Alps, stamped mount (Wallace), £2. 

241 Cluster of passion flowers and roses (Collins), £2 4s. 

242 The bride, on music (Wallace), 9s. 

243 " Yes, I am come of high degree ! " title page from " Tale of the Great and 

Brave " (Belchem), £1 los. 

244 Prince Albert (Wallace), £1. 

245 Jenny Lind (Wallace), 14s. 

246 Neddlebox set heroes of India (Wallace), i6s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



247 Rev. R. Mofiatt ; and Rev. J. Williams, original mounts, pair (Brown), 

£r los. 

248 News from Australia, stamped mount (W. T. Spencer), iis. 

249 Conchologists (Wallace), gs. 

250 Houses of Parliament (Wallace), 8s. 

251 Jenny Lind (Spencer), i6s. 

252 Fruit girl of the Alps (Grose), i8s. 
233 The bridesmaid (Grose), 17s. 

254 Prince of Wales, on cut music cover (H. HoUoway), i8s. 

255 The gleaners (Spencer), lis. 

256 The ordinance of baptism (Spencer), 12s. 

237 Gems of the Great Exhibition, No. i ; and Interior of Great Exhibition, 
(Belchem), 7s. 

258 Napoleon III ; and Empress Eugenie, pair (Grey), 17s. 

259 St. Bernard dogs (Simpson), £2 15s. 

260 " Me warm now ; " and Cape Wilberforce (Bartin), los. 
a6i News from home ; and Australia, pair (Lee), £1. 

262 The bride ; and Prince Albert (Simpson), 14s. 

263 Fairy scenes ; and Pas de Trois, stamped mounts, pair (Spencer), £2 2S. 

264 The Allied Sovereigns, uncut sheet (Simpson), 14s. 

265 Reception ; and Massacre of Rev. J. Williams, in original frames, pair 

(Wallace), £1 los. 

266 The May Queen set (Belchem), £2. 

367 Queen's floral needlebox set, ten in one frame (Wallis), i8s. 

268 Crystal Palace gems. No. 3 and No. 6, pair (Wallis), iSs. 

269 St. Bernard dogs (Hogarth), £3. 

271 The gardener's shed (Simpson), 14s. 

972 St. Bernard dogs (Harrison), £2 5s. 



December i8, 1914. Puttick's. 

Engravings. 

11 Synge, E. M., Venetian doorway, signed proof (Harding), tis. 

1 2 Hankey, W. Lee, Pastoral ; and Harvest moon, signed proofs (Hewson), 

19s, 
14 Short, Frank J., 1884, Old houses in the Healtheries, signed proof (McDonald) 

9S. 
17 Short, Sir Frank, Entrance to the Meuse, trial proof, signed (Smith), £1. 
x8 Short, Sir Frank, Smugglers, signed proof (Colnaghi), £1 4s. 

19 Short, Sir Frank, Road into Arran, signed proof (Neumeyer), £1. 

20 Short, Sir Frank, Old gravel pits, Moseley, near Birmingham, signed proof. 

(Conyers), £1 12s. 

23 The sower, after Millet (Paine), £1 7s. 6d. 

24 Whistler, J. Mc N., Thames police (Paine), £1 los. 

88 View of Staines Church, by R. Havell, aquatint, in colours (Steflford), £r. 
99 Cricket match, at Ireland's Royal Brighton Gardens, by G. Hunt, aquatint, 

in colours ( ), £1 is. 

100 Cricket match, at Hitcham House, by W. Pukett, aquatint, in colours (Rimell), 

£2 4S. 
114 Rehearsing a cotillion, by J. Cruikshank, after J. Nixon, in colours (Holland), 

£1 8s. 
116 Views of Moscow (10), with portrait and letterpress (Pollard), £5. 



Puttick's.] December 18, 1914. 13 

120 The fishery, by W. Woollett, after R. Wright, proof (Hall), £2 as. 
136 Fores's hunting sketches, by J. Harris, after H. Aiken, aquatints, in colours, 
set of six (Holland), £$ los. 

139 Abelard and Eloisa, after Kauftoan, circle, in colours ( ), £1 is. 

140 Hebe, by H. Cardon, after Huet Villiers, in colours ( ), £1 los. 

145 A French Diligence, by S. G. Hughes, after C. H., aquatint, in colours (Hall), 

£3 15s. 
151 Earl of Chesterfield, by Brooks, after Hoare, mezzotint (Long), i6s. 
153 Mrs. Cosway, by Conde, after Cosway, in brown (Long), £1. 

156 Miss Elliot, by Saunders, after Cosway, mezzotint ( ), 15s. 

163 Mr. Kean as Richard III, by C. Turner, after J. Halls, mezzotint, in colours 

(Hall), £1. 
168 Charles White, F.R.S., surgeon, Manchester, by W. Ward, after J. Allen, 

mezzotint, in colours (Hall), £2 7s. 6d. 

174 Commerce, in colours (Pollard), £1. 

175 Fancy portrait of a girl, in colours (Pollard), £8. 

176 The woodland maid, by W. Bond, after T. Lawrence, in colours (Maggs), 

£g 19s. 6d. 

The property of Major Vaughan- Jones, Launceston 
Place, Kensington. 

178 View of Brighthelmston, by Canot, after Lambert (Pollard), £1 2s. 6d. 

179 Martha Gunn, by Nutter, after Russell (Andrade), i8s. 

180 The itinerant potters, by Whessell, after Wheatley ; and Gathering fruit, by 

Meadows, after Morland (King), £1 is. 

182 Girl and pigs, by R. Earlom, after Gainsborough, mezzotint (Smith), £1 17s. 6d. 

183 Fishermen, by J. Young, after G. Morland, mezzotint (Sutton), £1. 

184 Rustic ease, by and after the same, mezzotint (Sutton), £1 2S. 6d. 

185 The fortune teller, by W. Ward, after Rev. M. W. Peters, mezzotint (Andrade), 

£2 17s. 6d. 

186 Schoolboys giving charity to a blind man, by J. R. Smith, after W. Bigg, 

mezzotint (Pollard), £2 2S. 

187 Cornelia and her children (Lady Cockbum), by C. Wilkin, after Sir Joshua 

Reynolds ( ), i6s. 

188 Evelina, by Baldrey, after Hoppner (Brail), i6s. 

190 Belinda, by Burrows, after Morland, circle (Tyrell), £1 12s. 6d. 

191 Miss Farren (Countess of Derby), by F. Bartolozzi, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, 

second state (Brail), £10. 



192 Buck, Adam, after " I could not learn my book, mamma " ; and companion, 

pair (G. H. Brown), £2 15s. 

193 " What's that, mother ? " by Freeman, after Ad£im Buck, in colours (Young), 

£3. 

194 Venus, by Roberts and Ziegler, after Adam Buck, aquatint, in colours (W. 

Sabin), £2 los. 

195 Mrs. Fitzherbert, by J. Conde, after R. Cosway (Edwards), 17s. 6d. 

196 The spill, after Northcote, mezzotint, oval (Long), £2 15s. 

196A Diana and nymphs, by Vanderberghe, after Dietricy, in colours, pair (Mawers), 
£13 2s. 6d. 

197 Serena (Miss Sneyd), by J. Jones, after Romney, mezzotint (Long), £$. 

198 Children and cats, after Corbould, in colours (White), £2 los. 

199 Death of Wolfe, by Woollett, after West (Long), 18s. 

200 Abra, by Burke, after Kaufiman ; and another, ovals, in red (Rarilions), 

£2 5S. 



14 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

201 Lady Sarah Bunbury, by Fisher, after Reynolds, mezzotint (White), £3 7s. 6d. 

202 Master George Hoare, by Wilkin, after Reynolds, proof (White), £1 4s. 

203 The fruit girl, by J. Young, after Zoffany, open letter proof, mezzotint (Archer), 

204 Regiments of the Line ; and companion, after Hays, lithographs, in colours 

(Rimell), £3 los. 



January 15, 1915. Puttick's. 

Engravings. 

In Portfolio. 

114 Panorama of Cape Town, by Walker, after Bowler, lithograph, in colours; 

and a Panorama of London, after Hollar (Rimell), £i 9s. 

115 Alberti's South Africa. Vues d'Afrique Meridionale, comprising Vue d'une 

habitation de cafres ; Horde de cafres en voyage ; Conference du G6n6ral 
J. W. Janssens, and Vue du Fort Frederic, by L. Portman, after M. 
Smles, and Col. Howen, aquatints, in colours, set of foiu", with letterpress, 
in original cover ( ), £g. 

116 View of the city of Oporto, by R. Havell, aquatint, in colours, and key-plate 

( ), £1 I2S. 

129 Una, by T. Burke, after A. Kauffman, oval, in red ( ), £1 6s. 

141 Marie Antoinette, by Keating, after de Brehan, oval, in colours (Long), 

£1 12s. 6d. 

142 Miss Stephens, by Meyer, after Harlow, mezzotint (Long), 12s. 

144 Haymaking ; The dairy ; The cornfield ; and Threshing, by W. Bryne, 

after T. Hearne, set of four (Boys), i6s. 
146 The farmyard, by Rickards, after F. Wheatley, in colours (Boys), i8s. 
150 Harry Hieover on " Tilter," by J. Harris, aquatint, in colours (Sotheran), 

£1. 
154 " Sensibility " (Lady Hamilton), by R. Earlom, after G. Ronmey (Ravilions) 

£2. 

164 The Line ; and The Rifles, lithographs, in colours (Edwards), £2 5s. 

165 Backswords, by C. Turner, aquatint, in colours (Allen), £2 2S. 

166 Shoeing the hack, by the same, ditto (Holland), £3. 

167 Wrestling, by the same, ditto (Allen), £2 15s. 

168 Pufifin shooting, by Merke, after Reinagle (Fores), 18s. 

170 Warren Hill, Newmarket, with trains of running horses, with key on back 

(Parker), £3 los. 

171 One of the flowers of our hunt, by J. Harris, after H. Aiken, aquatints, in 

colours, set of six ( ), £5. 

172 Half-way and opposition coaches, after Cooper Henderson, aquatints, ia 

colours, pair (Hare), £2 5s. 

173 Extraordinary trotting match against time, by C. Hunt, after J. F. Herring, 

aquatint, in colours, on strainer ( ), £2. 

174 The Leicestershire covers ; The meeting, Kirkby Gate ; Breaking cover, 

Billesdon Coplow ; and Full cry, Whifsendine pasture, by T. Sutherland, 
after H. Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set of four (W. Sabin), £30 gs. 

175 Grand Leicestershire steeplechase, by C. Bentley, after H. Aiken, aquatints, 

in colours, set of eight (Holland), £r6 i6s. 

176 A trip to Melton, after J. D. Paul, aquatints, in colours, set of twelve strips 

(Ross), £7 7s. 



Puttick's.] January 15, 1915. 15 

Framed. 

177 Constancy ; and Variety, by Bartoloti, after Morland, in colours, a pair 

(Ravilions), £3 los. 

178 The Quom hunt, by F. C. Lewis, after H. Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set 

of eight (Fores), £19 19s. 

179 The Surrey hunt, after Wolstenholme, aquatints, in colours, set of four 

(Ross), £g. 

180 Venus attired by the Graces, by Bartolozzi, after KaufEman, oval, in colours 

(Sotheran), £14 14s. 
i8r Cordelia, by and after the same, oval, in colours (Redington), £3. 

182 Classical subject, by Delattre, after the same, circle, in colours (Sotheran), 

£7 15s. 

183 British Army, plates numbers 13 and 16, by H. Riley, aquatints, in colours 

(Niesh), £1. 

184 The wild rose, by and after H. Richter, in colours (Cummings), £1 2s. 

185 Liege, and two others, by Stadler, after S. Prout, aquatints, in colours, 

(Graham), £3. 

187 Extraordinary trotting match against time, by C. Hunt, after J. F. Herring, 

aquatint, in colours (Brail), £1 4s. 

188 The olden time coach, by Harris, after Henderson, aquatint, in colours 

(Marcus), £1 2S. 

189 Racehorse " Atilla," by Harris, after Hancock, aquatint, in colours (Brail), 

£2. 
193 Racing : Epsom, by C. Hunt, after J. Pollard, aquatints, in colours, var- 
nished, in original maple frames, set of six (Millbank), £2 5s. 

196 Fly and bottom fishing, after Pollard, aquatints, in colours, varnished, pair 

(Brail), 19s. 

197 Wild duck ; Woodcock ; and Partridge shooting, published by Stampa, 

London, 1804, mezzotints (HoUiday), £1 los. 

198 The presentation of colours to the Kentish Volunteers, by C. Turner, after 

F. Countz, mezzotint (BoUeter), £2 5s. 

199 John Howard, Esq., Colonel of the Cheshire Yeomanry, by C. Hunt, after 

Spode, aquatint, in colours (Ramage), £3. 

200 Expectation, by J. R. Smith, after Bunbury, circle ; and A long story, after 

the same (Fores), £2. 
ao* David Garrick, by W. Dickinson, after R. S. Pine, mezzotint (Fores), £1 los. 

203 The gipsy woman, by Bell, after Beechey, mezzotint, in colours (Cummins), 

lOS. 

204 Summer, by Adam Buck, aquatint, in colours (Lee), £r 4s. 

205 Peasant girl, by Say, after Rembrandt, mezzotint, in colours (Long), £2 5s. 
212 Mrs. Scott Moncrieff, by M. Cormack, after Raeburo, mezzotint, in colours, 

signed proof (Lee), £r 7s. 6d. 



16 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



January 29, 19 1 5. Puttick's. 

Engravings. 

3 Whistler, J. Mc N., Mrs. Whistler, by R. Josey, mezzotint, signed proof 

(Maggs), £2. 

4 Whistler, J. Mc N., Thomas Carlyle, by the same, mezzotint, signed by artist 

and engraver (Maggs), £4. 
6 Muscipula, by Samuel Cousins, after Reynolds, mezzotint, signed proof 
(HoUiday), £1 2S. 

17 Meissonier, Le Moresquetaire Fument, by J. Fagan, signed proof, on vellum 

(Young), 15s. 

18 Meissonier, Le liseur, by L. Ruet, ditto (Rimell), 16s. 

19 Meissonier, The critic, by E. Chiquet, ditto (McDonald), £1 2S. 

20 Meissonier, Le graveur, by the same, ditto (McDonald), £t 4s. 

21 Meissonier, Le porte drapeau, by L. Ruet, ditto (North), £1 los. 

22 Meissonier, Au Belvedere, by the same, ditto (Young), £1 is. 

23 Meissonier, The card party, by A. Mathey, ditto (Mascow), £1 8s. 

24 Meissonier, A game of cards, by the same, ditto (Mascow), £1 2s. 

25 Meissonier, Marshal de Saxe, by Jules Jacquet, ditto (Gnmdy), £1 los. 

33 Rheims Cathedral, by Camille Fence, signed proof, in colours, on vellum 

(Tooth), £8 I OS. 
71 The sad story ; and Wood cutter and cow boy, by Ogbome, after Westall, 

pair (Grundy), £2 7s. 6d. 
74 The fortune teller, by Bartolozzi, after Reynolds (North), £1 6s. 

102 Countess of Euston, by Wilkin, after Hoppner (Long), £1 7s. 6d. 

103 Lady Charlotte Campbell, by and after the same (Long), £2. 

104 Lady Gertrude Villiers, by and after C. Wilkin (Long,) £2 2s. 

105 Lady Catherine Howard, by and after the same (Long), £1 los. 

118 George Morland, by W. Ward, after MuUer, mezzotint (Alton), £1 15s. 

160 Playing fields during the Eton Mont em, by C. G. Lewis, after W. Evans. 

mezzotint (Shefford), £2 5s. 

161 St. Katherine's Dock, by E. Duncan, after W. J. Huggins, aquatint, in 

colours (Davis), £2 2S. 

169 Hunting : Indispensable accomplishments, by and after R. F. (Portraits 

of members of the Shropshire Hunt), aquatint, in colours, set of sii 
(Holliday), £4 15s. 

170 Return from Ascot races, by E. Duncan, after C. Henderson, aquatint, in 

colours (Holliday), £2 7s. 6d. 
176 Fox hunting, by Sutherland, after Aiken, aquatints, in coloiu-s, set of four 
(Brail), £2 15s. 

179 Fox hunting, by Reeve, after Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set of four 

(Holliday), £4 5S. 

180 Changing horses to the mail coach, by Havell, after Pollard, aquatint, is 

colours (Holliday), £2 7s. 5d. 

181 Thomas Oldaker and Hounds (Holliday), £1 5s. 

182 " Queen of Trumps," by C. Hunt, after J. F. Herring, aquatint, in colours 

(Holliday), £1 7s. 6d. 

183 " Deception," by and after the same, ditto (Holliday), £1 8s. 

302 H.M.S. Dido, by Dutton, after Inglefield, lithographs, in colours, a pair 

(Drake), £2 12s. 6d. 
203 The Chesterfield Packet, by R. Pollard, after N. Pocock, aquatint, in colours 

(Drake), £1 17s. 6d. 



Puttick's.] January 29, 1015. 17 

205 Battle of the Nile, by Ellis, after Chesham, aquatints, in coburs, set of four 
(Maggs), £6 los. 

207 Battle of the Xile, near midnight, by and after R. Dodd, aquatint, in colours 

(Drake), £3 5s. 

208 H.M.S. Augusta, Dreadnought, and Edinburgh off Cape Francois, by P. C. 

Canot, after R. Patou (Drake), £2 5s. 

212 Naval engagement oS Cape St. Vincent, after VV. J. Huggins ; Bay of Peter- 
head, by F. C. Lewis ; and Limehouse dock, by R. Dodd, aquatints 
(Drake), £4 5s. 

217 " Xantha " ; and " Dagmar," by and after Dutton, lithographs, in colours, 
pair (Drake), £2 153. 

221 H.M.S. Majestic meeting two French frigates ; an American private ship of 

war, etc., by C. Hunt, after Gilbert, aquatint, in colours (Brail), £2 2S. 

222 Naval engagement oS Louisbourg, by Dequevauviller, after Rossel (Drake), 

£1 8s. 

224 Alexander Davidson, Member of Legislative Council, Quebec, by W. Barnard, 

after L. F. Abbot, mezzotint (H. Stevens), £2 "s. 6d. 

225 Benjamin, Count of Rumford, by and after J. R. Smith, mezzotint (Webber), 

£2. 

230 Venus bathing, by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, in colours, (Holland), £1 12s. 6d. 

231 Psyche going to bathe, open letter proof ; and Psyche going to dress, by 

Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, ovals in brown, pair (Holland), £r 12s. 6d. 
233 Venus sleeping ; and Nymphs bathing, by Routte, after Cipriani, in colours, 

a pair (Brail), £1 io=. 
235 Love enamoured, by P. \V. Tomkins, after J. Hoppner, in colours 
(Maggs), £7 17s. fid. 

238 Le Cadeau Delicat. by Tresca, after Boilly, in colours (A. Da\-is), £2 5s. 

239 Le Verrou, by Blot, after Fragonard (Brail), £1 105. 

241 S'il m'etoit aussi fidel, by Dennel, after Fragonard ( ), £1 12s. 6d. 

245 Drawing, by Janinet, aquatint, in colours (Brail), £4 5s. 

246 Annette et Lubin, by Ponce, after Baudouin (Daniell), £2 los. 

247 Le Sat>Te impatient, by Anselm, after Caresme (Fenwicke), £1. 

250 La fidelite surveillante, by A. T. Hemery, after Deshayes (Fenwicke), £1 5s. 

254 Ce qui est bon a prendre est bon a garder, by Chaponnier, after J. B. Huet, 

in brown, proof (Fenwicke), £1 los. 

255 The same, in black (Davis & Co.), £1. 

256 Soir, by and after Regnault (East). £r 6s. 

257 La vertu sous la garde de la fidelite, by P. A. le Beau. aftT C. Eisen (F. 

Daniell), £4 15s. 

258 La Fidelite en defaut, by Hemery, after Lebel (F. Daniell), £1 is. 

259 Interior, with figures, by de Launay, after Moreau le jeune, proof (Archer), 

14s. 

261 Lady at her toilet, after Baudouin, proof (Digby), £2 5s. 

262 Le danger du tete a tete, proof, with monogram only (Colnaghi), 183. 

263 The musical charmers, by Marin, in colours (Jacobson), £4 14s. 6d. 

264 The three Graces, by F. Janinet, after Pellegrini, aquatint, in colours ( ), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

265 Noce de village, by Descourtis, after Taunay, aquatint, in colours (Colnaghi), 

£42. 

266 Le minuet de la mariee, by and after Debucourt, aquatint, in colours ( ), 

£71 8s. 
2*7 Le lever des ouvriers, by L. C. . . ., after Lavrience, aquatint, in colours 
( ), £3 103. 



i8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

281 Military costume : 33rd (ist Yorkshire West Riding) ; and the 74th High- 
landers, by J. Harris, after H. Martens, aquatints, in colours (E. Steves), 

£4. 

283 St. Albans steeplechase, aquatints, in colours, set of four (HoUiday), £3. 

284 Mrs. Parker, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Brail), £2 2S. 

285 Interior of stable, with figures, by J. Voung, after Morland, mezzotint proof 

(Dodd), /i IS. 



February 5, 19 15. Christie's. 

Water-colour Drawings given by ^Members and Asso- 
ciates of the Royal Society of Painters in Water-colours 
in aid of the British Red Cross and St. John's Ambulance 
Societies, sold without reserve, and the proceeds given to 
the Societies without any deduction whatever. 

1 Alexander, E., A.R.S.A., R.W.S., A frog— 6J X 9i (Brash), £7 7s. 

2 Allan, Robert W., R.S.W., R.W.S., St. James's Park— 14x20 (Konody), 

£8 18s. 6d. 

3 Allingham, H., R.W.S., A Surrey cottage— 6J X4J (Mrs. Pemiington), £14 14s. 

4 Barratt, Reginald, R.W.S., 1915, In a Venetian Canal— 4! x 9 (Agnew), 

£16 16s. 

5 Barratt, Reginald, R.W.S., 1915, The Lily Capital, St. Mark's— 14IX9 

(Behr), £14 14s. 

6 Barton, Rose, R.W.S., The coming of spring — 12JX9 (Sanday), £7 7s. 

7 Bayes, Walter, A.R.W.S., The invalid— SJ X 8 (Konody), £5 5s. 

8 Bell, R. -inning, .^.R..^., R.W.S., The masque of the Courteous Monsters, 

" The Tempest "— zaj x ijj (Brash), £6 i6s. 6d. 

9 Bell, R. Anning, A.R.A., R.W.S., An offering to Ceres— 8ixi7j (Cooling), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

10 Birch, S. J. Lamoma, R.W.S., Green summer : Okehampton — 9I X 13I. 

(Weatherby), £4 14s. 6d. 

11 Birch, S. J. Lamorna, R.W.S., A grey spring morn — 9J x 13I (Philip), £16 16s. 

12 Birch, S. J. Lamorna, R.W.S., Ivy-clad trees — gjxisi (Hutton), £27 6s. 

13 Bulleid, G. LawTcnce, A.R.W.S., Neara— 8f X7i (Hall), £3 13s. 6d. 

14 Butler, Mildred A., A.R.W.S., 1900-3, Curiosity — 18| x 25^ (Mrs.Passingham), 

£10 I OS. 

15 Butler, Mildred A., .■\.R.W.S., Bufi Orpingtons— 6J x 9 (.Miss Musgrave), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

16 Butler, Mildred A., .^.R.W.S., A Cornish well— 9|x6i (Mrs. PenningtoB) 

£2 ::s. 

17 Butler, Mildred A., A.R.W.S., Peacock, a sketch— 4J x 6J (Sutton), £10 los. 

18 Cameron, D. Y., A.R.A., A.R.W.S., 1914, Powblack— ii|x20 (Murray), 

£57 15s. 

19 Cameron, D. Y., .\.R..'^., .■\.R.W.S., Borlum— iijx iSi (Sanday), £31 los. 

20 Clausen, George, R.A., R.W.S., The river at night — gf x 14 (Cohen), £17 17s. 

21 Clausen, George, R.A., R.W.S., Pines in the Borghese Gardens — 10x10 

(Weldon), £5 5s. 

22 Cowper, F. Cadogan, A.R.A., R.W.S., The original sketch for the picture 

entitled : " How the De\'il, disguised as a vagrant Troubadour, having 
been entertained by some charitable Nuns, sang to them a Song of Love," 
arched top — gj x 12J (Hall), £10 los. 



Christie's.] February 5, 191 5. 19 

23 Cowper, F. Cadogan, A.R.A., R.W.S., A study for " Patient Griselda," pencil — 

14J X 8i (Johnson), £5 5s. 

24 Crane, Commendatore Walter, R.W.S., 1914, A bit of Normandy — 14X10J 

(Cox), £11 IIS. 

25 Crocket, H. E., R.W.S., A study : Washing day— i8|xioJ (Fry), £9 19s. 6d 

26 Dollman, J. C, R.W.S., Evening — 9JX13J (Hutton), £10 10s. 

27 Dollman, J. C, R.W.S., Study of a man for " The Himter," black and white 

wash — lojxii (Agnew), £2 2S. 

28 Dollman, J. C, R.W.S., Study of a bear for " The Hunter," black and white 

chalk — loixii (Agnew), £5 15s. 6d. 

29 Flint, W. Russell, R.S.W., A.R.W.S., Gossip at the fountain, Taormina— 

13JX20J (Cohen), £18 i8s. 

30 Flint, W. Russell, R.SAV., A.R.W.S., In Southern Italy— 9^x14 (Cohen), 

£7 /S. 

31 Fortescue-Brickdale, E., A.R.W.S., The aeroplane — 14^x9^ (Lady Sackville 

£21. 

32 Goodwin, Albert, R.W.S., 1911, Scarborough — 10x14 (Brash), £5 5s. 

33 Goodwin, Albert, R.W.S., Agra Fort — 9IX13I (Miss Muntz), £31 los. 

34 Gregory, Charles, R.W.S., The Hodder River, Lancashire — 14x21 (Coloae 

Talbot). £5 15s. 6d. 

35 Gregory, Charles, R.W.S., On Wisley Heath, Surrey — 14x20! (Younger), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

W. ^UTTHEw Hale, R.W.S. 

36 In the times of the Vikings — 18x30* (Vian), £11 lis. 

37 Lucerne — iijx 19J (Younger), £16 i6s. 

38 Venetian fishing-boats at Rimini — lojxiji (Mrs. Dimkelsbuhler), £7 17s. 6d. 
i 39 St. Raphael's Church, Bristol — lojxi.sj (Taylor), £10 los. 

40 S. Giorgio Maggiore, Venice — lol x 15J (Mrs. Dunkelsbuhler), £9 19s. 6d. 

41 San Marino from Rimini — io|xi5j (Younger). £5 5s. 

42 The Quay Pool, Newlyn — 14J :< loj (Younger), £15 los. 

43 The leaning tower of Temple Church, Bristol— 9J x 15J (Cooling), £4 4s. 

44 Rough weather : Bumham — 8J x 15 (Cooling), £4 4s. 

45 Newlyn ; Early morning — 9X15J (Margetts), £17 17s. 

46 Autumn evening— 9* x 14J (Bowlby), £6 i6s. 6d. 

47 A bit of old Winchester — io|xi5 (Stanbury), £9 9s. 

48 Hartrick, A. S., A. R.W.S., A sally at dawn (Forest Laws) — isjx loj (Lynn), 

£10 lOS. 

49 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., R.W.S., 1914, An oysterman — 12X17J (Sir William 

Garth), £40. 

50 Henshall, Henry, R.W.S., " Oh ! the pity of it ! "— 9X6J (Pollard), £9 9s. 

51 Hardwick, J. Jessop, A. R.W.S., 1915, Primroses — 7 x loj (Miss Neville), 

£3 3S. 

52 Hopkins, Arthur, R.W.S., Spring: Hampstead Heath — 9fxi3| (Bowlby), 

£6 6s. 

53 Hopkins, Arthur, R.W.S., Freshwater, Isle of Wight — 8J x 14J (Cooling) 

£4 4S. 

54 Hopkins, Arthur, R.W.S., The elusive eye — iix7i (Chalmers), £5 15s. 6d. 

55 Hughes-Stanton, H., -A.R.A., A. R.W.S., 1915, From Hindhead, looking into 

Sussex — 11JX19J (Agnew), £22 is. 

56 James, Francis E., A. R.W.S., Mallows and poppies — 15JX11J (Brash), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

57 James, Francis E., A. R.W.S., Zinnias — 14x10 (Bacon), £8 i8s. 6d. 

38 James, Francis E., A. R.W.S., The harbour — 9ixi3| (Younger), £11 os. 6d. 



20 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

58A James, Francis E., A.R.W.S., White pinks — 11JX15J (Fry), £10 los. 

59 Little, Robert, R.S.W., R.W.S., The present field of battle at Laoa, A.D. 1840 

— iiixi7j (Sir John Barron), £4 14s. 6d. 

60 Little, Robert, R.S.W., R.W.S., Warwick : Sunset on the Avon — loj x r+J 

(Leggatt), £5 15s. 6d. 

61 Little, Robert, R.S.W., R.W.S., L>-me Regis : A happy valley— 10 xi4i 

(Wernher), £17 17s. 

62 Little, Robert, R.S.W., R.W.S., Ha>TOaking by the Colne— 10x14 (Hultoa), 

£37 i6s. 

63 Lorimer, J. H., R.S.A., A.R.W.S., A flowery window — 21 >; 14I (Konody), 

£12 12s. 

64 Montalba, Clara, R.W.S., 1913, The Guidecca— 8^x17* (du Cros), £25 4s. 

65 Montalba, Clara, R.W.S., 1913, The salute— iijxgi (Boothby), £17 17s. 

66 Murray, David, R.A., A.R.S.A., A.R.W.S., 1913, The bridge on the Broads— 

I4ixi7i (L>-nn), £13 13s. 

67 North, J. W., A.R.A., R.W.S., " The rigid hoar frost melts before Ms beam " 

-5fX9j(Behr), £2325. 

68 Parker, John, R.W.S., 1902, Buscot Lock, on the Thames — 131x19 (Sir 

James Walker), £6 6s. 

Alfred Parsons, R.A., P.R.W.S. 

69 Old barns and cherry-trees, Buckinghamshire — 14.VX21 (Tucker), £39 i8s. 

70 A dairy farm : Somerset — 10^ x 17 (Leggatt), £25 4s. 

7t Crimson rambler: Maidenhead — 14X10J (Younger), £32 lis. 

72 The youth of the year — ioixi4i (Priestley), £27 6s. 

73 A Pergola : Sussex — gj x 14 (Williams), £22 is. 

74 Fields at Hamamatsu, Japan — 6i x 14 (Cooling), £12 12s. 



75 Paterson, James, R.S.A., R.W.S. , Claudina, Oratava, Teneriffe — i3JxioJ 

(Konody), £9 gs. 

76 Paterson, James, R.S.A., R.W.S., Realejo Alto, Teneriffe- 61 xgi (Trinker), 

£6 6s. 

77 Phillip, Colin B., R.W.S., 1903, Above Invcrsnaid, Loch Lomond — 19^x29 

(Parsons), £3 3s. 

78 Phillip, Colin B., R.W.S., 1909, A brecEy day: Coast of Ayrshire — 14x21 

(Hon. Mrs. Talbot). £9 9s. 

79 Phillip, Colin B., R.W.S., igoi. At Glen Car, co. Kerry- 10x19 (Bowlby), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

80 Phillott, Constance, A.R.W.S., 1915, Dancers, a sketch, white and sepia 

wash, circular — 9 ins. diam. (Lady Price), £2 2S. 

81 Poynter, Sir E. J., Bart., P.R.A., R.W.S., Hermia, a study, black and white 

chalk — 7^X7 (Mrs. Caimes), £5 5s. 

Arthur Rackham, R.W.S. 

82 A design for " Peter Pan " — si x 13^ (Miss Passingham), £6 6s. 

83 See-saw — 8x loj (Williams), £7 7s. 

84 " Little Betty Blue lost her holiday shoe " — 7X rol- (Banbury), £7 7s. 

85 The fos and the grapes — 81 x 7 (Sutton). £3 13s. 6d. 

86 "Boys and girls come out to play'" — 8x5 (Cooling), £6 6s. 

87 Humpty-Dumpty — 4^x5! (Sutton), £16 i6s. 



88 Rigby, Cuthbert, A.R.W.S., Furness Fells : Hazy October— 10} X 14! (Sutton), 

£5 5S. 

89 Rigby, Cuthbert, A.R.W.S., Wetherlam and Coniston old man — 7ixi2l 

(James), £2 2s. 



Christie's.] February 5, 191 5. 21 

90 Rigby, Cuthbert, A.R.W.S., By Morecombe Bay — 6xio| (Vicars), £2 2S. 

91 Robinson, F. Cayley, A.R.W.S., 1903, " Dawn " : The original sljetck — 

I2ixi5j (Mvmtz), £i2 125. 

92 Rooke, T. M., R.W.S., 1907, Campo Sta. Marherita, Venice — 13^x14^ 

(Dunkelsbuhler), £5 15s. 6d. 

93 Rooke, T. M., R.W.S., 1906, St. Bartholomew's, Smithfield — 9 x loj (Agnew), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

94 Sargent, J. S., R.A., R.W.S., Under the poplars — 20§ x isj (Fine Art Society), 

£270. 

95 Sargent, J. S., R.A., R.W.S., Karer See — i5iX2oJ (Konody), £210. 

96 Shaw, Byam, .^.R.VV.S., 1912, The little grief — i3Xroi (Sanday), £11 11s. 

97 Shepperson, Claude, A.R.W.S., Salt and sunny days — 14 x loj (Priestley), 

£7 7s. 

98 Shepperson, Claude, .^. R.W.S., Barbara to nurse, a pen-and-ink drawing ior 

Punch illustration, Nov. 26th, 1913 — 7 x 10 (Parsons), £2 2S. 

99 Shepperson, Claude, .'\. R.W.S., Another militant, a pen-and-ink drawing for 

Punch illustration, March 19th, 1913 — 6|X9j (Parsons), £4 4s. 
ICO Shepperson, Claude, A.R.W.S. 

" Not that in Truth, when Life began, 
He shimned the Flutter of the Fan." 

A Gentleman of the Old School. 

Austin Dobson. 
9l'-<5l (Tincker), £6 63. 
ici Sims, Charles, A.R.A., R.W.S., On the shore— 9x12* (Hulton), £28 ys. 

102 Smythe, Lionel P., R.A., R.W.S., The gleaner — 11JX9I (Johnson), £5 5s. 

103 Smythe, Lionel P., R.A., R.W.S., Study : A market woman— 6 x 8 (Behr), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

104 Smythe, Lionel P., R.A., R.W.S., Study of a girl— 11JX9J (Behr), £5 15s. 6d. 

105 Smythe, Minnie, .^.R.W.S., November's charm — 14x9^ (L. Hardy), £4 14s. 6d. 

106 Sullivan, E. J., A.R.W.S., Olivia and Sophia : " The Vicar of Wakefield " — 

9iX7j (Parsons), £2 23. 

107 Swan, Alice M., A.R.W.S., Wallflowers— 12 x 16J (Sir J. Walker), £11 11s. 

108 Thomson, Leslie, R.W.S., A Bay in Zona — i6JX27i (Morice), £15 15s. 

109 Thomson, Leslie, R.W.S., Morning — gi x 27J (Champney), £15 15s. 

110 Thome-Waite, R., R.W.S., Lympne Castle, Kent — 7x11 (Cooling), £12 12s. 

111 Tuke, H. S., R.A., R.W.S. , 1914, Schooners — isJxgJ (Wernher), £25 4s. 

112 Tuke, H. S., R.A., R.W.S., 1914, The harbour, Falmouth — 6J x 9I (Sandifoid), 

£12 I2S. 

113 Tuke, H. S., R..^., R.W.S., 1914, A note on the beach— g.Vxej (Cooling), 

£10 los. 

114 Tuke, H. S., R.A.,, R.W.S., 1914, On the poop-deck— 8J x 5 (Hornby), £18 iSs. 

115 Turner, Katharine, .A.R.W.S., Stocks — iijxioj (Behn), £22 is. 

S. CURNOW VOSPER, R.W.S. 

116 Fountain of St. Barbe — 9J x 12 (Cohen), £3 153. 

117 Chanticleer — 10x7! (Cohen), £3 13s. 

118 Interior of a Breton Church — 10X7J (Saunders), £3 3s. 

119 Wet day, Brittany— 9 x 8, (Miss Beckett), £8 Ss. 

120 The miller — gj x 7} (Stanbury), £2 los. 

121 Interior — yi x 7J (Lynn), £2 2s. 

122 An old chum — 8 x 5 (Lynn), £1 is. 



123 Wainwright, W. J., R.W.S., A fisherman: "The yam" — io|x7i (Lynn) 
£6. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



124 Walker, W. Eyre, R.W.S., Afteraoon ia Merionethshire — gj x 14. (Sir W. 

Garth), £16 i6s. 

125 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., R.W.S., On the Dorset Downs above Corfe Castle— 

8 X 13} (Bowlby), £9 93. 

126 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., R.W.S., Meadows near Moret, France — 15^x8 

(Sir W. Garth), £14 14s. 

127 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., R.W.S., Bolton Castle, Yorkshire— loJ x i4t 

(Eccles), £20. 

128 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., R.W.S., Stonehaven— i2JtX9.V (Bowlby), £32 lis. 

129 Weguelin, J. R., R.W.S., A Dryad — 14x11 (Priestley), £15. 

130 West, J. Walter, R.W.S., Cambridgeshire colts— gj x i3i (White), £6 6s. 

131 Wood, William T., A.R.W.S., Moonlight in a copse— 2iix isJ (Pxdlinger), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

132 Wood, William T., A.R.W.S., Mars— 8 x 18 (Mrs. Kenyon Slaney), £7 17s. 6d. 



February 12, 1915. Puttick's. 

Engravings. 

irC Col. Ranaldson Macdonell, by T. Hodgetts, after Sir Henry Raeburn, mezzo- 
tint, proof (Aitken Dott & Co.), £24 3s. 

130 Cupid, by Demarteau, after F. Boucher (Willis), £1 I3S. 6d. 

142 St. Cecilia, by T. Watson, after Reynolds, o\al, in colours (Edwards), £4 15s. 

148 Melania, by Conde, after Cosway, oval, in brown (Rylatt), £2 17s. 6d. 

154 Attention ; and Inattention, by Meadows, after J. R. Smith, pair (Murray), 
£3 los. 

156 La Rixe, by Descourtis, after Taunay, aquatint, in colours (Strickland), £4. 

157 Thoughts on matrimony, by W. Ward, after J. R. Smith, oval colours (Holmes), 

£30- 

197 Battle of the Nile, by and after R. Dodd. aquatints, set of four (Brail), £2. 

2ig H.R.H. the Prince Regent, accompanied by the Emperor of Russia, and the 
King of Prussia, Blucher, the Helman Platofi, and several distinguished 
Foreign and British Officers, in Hyde Park, after the Review on Juae 
20th, 1814, by A. Sauerwied, E. Scriven, and J. Hill, after A. Sauerwied, 
aquatint, in colours, on strainer (Holmes). £15 15s. 
Framed. 

227 Mrs. Loraine Smith, by W. Bond, after Singleton, printed in colours (Ellis), 

£24 3S. 

228 Quebec, and Surveillante ; and The engagement between Serapis and Paul 

Jones of Bon Homme Richard, by Fitter and Lerpiniere, after R. Patoa, 
pair (Dott), £8 18s. 6d. 

229 The Madras Light Cavalry, by J. Harris, after H. Martens, aquatint, in colours 

( ), £1 lOS. 

232 Views of the Friendly Islands ; and Queen Charlotte's Sound, New Zealaad, 

by and after Cleveley, aquatints, in colours, pair (Edwards), £1 15s. 
239 Duchess of Portland, by S. Cousins, after G. Sanders, mezzotint, private plate, 

proof (Brail), £1 2S. 6d. 



Puttick's.] February 26, 1915. 23 



February 26, 1915. Puttick's. 

Engravings. 

7 Cattle in the Highlands, by Joseph B. Pratt, after Peter Graham, me^czotiat, 

signed proof (Gordon), Cz 2S. 

8 Rocky coast scene, with seagulls, by and after the same, ditto (Gordoa), 

£1 lOS. 

9 Rocky coast scene, with figures and seagulls, after Peter Graham, signed proof 

(Gordon), £1 13s. 
13 Muscipula, by Samuel Cousins, mezzotint, signed proof (McDonald), £i as. 6d. 
108 Wreck of the convict ship, Cape of Good Hope, August 28th, 1842, by C. 

Hutchins, after Capt. Hext, lithograph, and drawing of same (Maggs), 

£1 14s. 
131 Miss Stephens, by H. Meyer, after G. H. Harlow, mezzotint, in colours (Piatt), 

£= 15s. 

133 " Have I not learn'd my book, mamma ? ", by Freeman, after Adam Buck, 

in colours (F. Daniell), £13 2s. 6d. 

134 Lucy of Leinster ; and Margaret's tomb, by F. Bartolozzi, after H. Buaburjr, 

in colours, pair (Piatt), £6 163. 6d. 

135 Portrait of a lady, by L. Bonnet, after F. Boucher, in colours (Davis), 

£54 I2S. 

136 Le premier baiser de I'amour, by Le Grand, after F. Schall (Piatt), £2 15s. 

138 Le compliment, by and after Debucourt, aquatint, in colours, oval (Drum- 

mond), £63. 

139 Depart du soldat Suisse ; emd another, by Freudenberger, aquatints, ia 

colours (Martin), £5. 

140 L' Amour prie Venus de lui rendre ses armes, by L. Bonnet, after F. Boucher, 

in colours (Da\is), £14. 

146 Stag ; Hare ; Fox hunting ; and Coursing, after .\lken, four aquatints, in 

colours (Fores), £8. 

147 Duck shooting, plate 2, published by John P. Thomson, Gt. Newport St., 

August i5th, 1804, in colours (Piatt), £6 15s. 
151 The line, by Walker, after M. A. Hayes, lithograph, in colours (Rimell), 

£1 lOS. 

153 Fl>'ing : The aerial steam carriage, an early lithograph, in colours (Rimell), 

£1 lOS. 

159 A steeplechase, after Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set of six (Martin), £3. 

160 A trip to Melton, after J. Dean Paul, aquatints, in colours, set of fourteen 

plates on ten strips (Martin), £13. 
162 Coaching : The courtyard of the Swan with two Necks, with numerous coaches 

and figures, and the London and Bristol coach lea\'ing, aquatint, in colours 

(Brail), £5 15s. 
170 Sir Peter Parker : Admiral and Commander-in-Chief of His Majesty's Fleet, 

1799. by Val. Green, after L. F. Abbott, mezzotint (Webber), i6s. 
I7t Lord Nelson, by Barnard, after L. F. Abbott, mezzotint (Piatt), £2 15s. 

186 Right Honble. John Lord Somer\-ille, by James Ward, after S. Woodforde, 

mezzotint (Webber), £1 los. 

187 Portrait of a lady, believed to be Jane, daughter of Bennet Langton, the 

friend of Dr. Johnson, by S. W. Reynolds, after Von Breda, mezzotint 
(Harris), £2. 
189 Countess of Blessingtoa, by S. Cousins, after Lawrence, mezzotint (Holliday)» 

£I3S. 



24 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

191 Lord Rokcby, Archbishop of Armagh, by J. R. Smith, after Sir Joshua 

Reynolds, mezzotint, first state (W. Sabin), £4. 
2CI Lady Elizabeth Foster, by F. Bartolozzj, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, in 

colours (Ryman), £49 7s. 
202 Mrs. Tickell, by J. Conde, after R. Cosway, in colours (Maggs), £12 is. 6d. 
S04 Lady Dover and child, by S. Cousins, after LawTence, mezzotint (Drummond), 

£2 15s. 
205 Lady Peel, by and after the same, mezzotint (Drummond), ii 17s. 6d. 
209 Mother's hope, by Freeman and Stadler, aquatint, in coloiu-s (Piatt), £5 5s. 
226 Morning, by Bartolozzi, after Hamilton, oval, in colo'ors (Ackermann), 

£3 10s. 
229 Racehorse " Eclipse," by C. Hunt, after Stubbf, proof, aquatint, in colours 

(VV. Sabin), £6. 



March 12, 1Q15. Puttick's. 

Engravings. 

35 Lady Campbell, by Wilkin (Long), £2 15s. 

36 Lady Villiers, by the same (Long), £2. 

37 Lady Howard, by the same (Long), £1 15s. 

42 George Morlaiid, by \V. Ward, mezzotint (Long), £2 5s. 

€0 Grateloup (J. B. de). The complete set of nine portraits, uncut : (i) Bossuet, 
en pied, after Rigaud, 8vo, proof before the date ; (2) ditto, en buste, 
after Rigaud, i2mo, proof before all letters ; (3) Descartes, after Hals, 
J2mo, proof before letters ; (4) Drydeu, after Kneller, Svo, proof before 
all letters ; (5) Fenelon, after Vivien, i2mo, proof before all letters ; 

(6) Adrienne Lecouvreur, after Coypel, Svo, proof before all letters ; 

(7) Montesquieu, after Dassier, 2imo ; (8) Le Cardinal de Polignac, 
after Rigaud, i2mo ; (9) J. B. Rousseau, after Aved, i2mo (Colnaghi 
and Obach), £43 is. 

141 Theseus finding his father's sword and sandals, by T. Fielding, alter A. 
Kaufiman, circle, in red, untrimmed margins (Holliday), £3 15s. 

150 Rhodope, by Bartolozzi, after KauSman, in brown (HoUoway), £1. 

151 Conjugal peace, by Burke, after Kaufiman, oval (Beane), £1 6s. 

154 Seeing ; and Feeling, by Bartolozzi, after Kaufiman, ovals, proofs, pair 

(Beer), £3. 
156 Interior ; and Exterior, with figures, by Janinet, after Ostade, aquatints, 
in colours (Holliday), £4 15s. 

161 Shrewsbury Bridge ; and Bridgnorth, by Paul Sandby, aquatint, in colours, 

pair (Holliday), £3 17s. 6d. 

162 Windsor Castle and Terrace, by the same, ditto (Holliday), £3 15s. 
170 Views of St. Petersburg (2), aquatints, in colours (Edwards), £3 3s. 

Framed. 

176 His Majesty George III reviewing the Armed Association in Hyde Park, 

1799, by J. Collyer, after E. Dayes, aquatint, in colours (Daniell), £2 12s. 6*1. 

177 Children playing w^ith a mouse trap, by R. S. Marcuard, after W. Hamilton, 

oval, in colours (Daniell), £4. 

178 Portrait of George Morland, by W. Ward, after R. Muller, mezzotint 

(Holloway), £1 5s. 

184 Sir Beaumont Hotham in robes, by V. Green, after N. Dance, first state with 

the early address (Maggs), £1 2s. 6d. 

185 The departure, by Freudenberger, aquatint, in colours (James), £2. 



Puttick's.] March 12, 1915. 25 

188 Battle of Lake Erie, in colours, pair (Watson), £2 15s. 

190 Engagement between Maccilonian and the United States, and companion, 
after Birch, in colours (Watson), £2 15s. 

192 The British Army, by E. G. Hester, after O. Norie, aquatint, in colours 

(HoUiday), £1 7s. 6d. 

193 The spill, after Northcote, mezzotint, oval (Long), £3. 

194 Serena (Miss Sneyd), by J. Jones, after Romney, mezzotint (Long), £2. 
196 Peasant girl, by Say, after Rembrandt, mezzotint, in colours (Long), £3 igs. 
201 Fox hunting, after Aiken, in colours (White), £2. 

207 The haywain, by Brunet Debaines, after Constable, signed proof, on vellum 

(Holliday), £1 7s. 6d. 
211 Biondina, by S. Cousins, after F. Leighton, mezzotint, signed artist's proof 

(Holliday), £2 7s. 6d. 



March 15, 1915. Puttick's. 

Baxter and Le Blond Colour Prints. 

LE BLOND COLOUR PRINTS. 
In Portfolio. 
3 The showman (2), ovals (Lewis), £1 12s. 

16 May day, oval (Curry), 19s. 

17 Showman and young angler, ovals (Lewis), i8s. 
22 The grotto, oval (Watts), £1 los. 

41 May day, oval (Spencer), £1 4s. 

77 The bridesmaid, with Le Blond's label. No. 121 (Chaundy), i8s. 
92 The story without an end, a set of 15 plates, in colours, and titl", in brown, 
by Leighton Bros. (Bennison), £3 33. 
Framed. 
?6 May day, oval (Watts), £1 is. 
97 Fifth of November, oval (Watts), £1 i6s. 
102 Ramsgate ; and Brighton, pair (Lewis), £1 10s. 

BAXTER COLOUR PRINTS. 
In Portfolio. 
105 Jenny Dean's interview with the Queen (Hickmann), £1 6s. 
112 The Saviour blessing the bread ; and Descent from the Cross, stamped mounts 

(Middleton), £2 12s. 6d. 
142 Review of the British Fleet at Portsmouth, and companion (Lewis), £2 6s. 
145 The tarantella dance, stamp in red (Pealmaii), £1. 

158 Indian settlement, stamp in red ; and the same, pocket-book lettering 
(Middleton), £1 8s. 

160 Duke of Buccleuch's residence at Richmond (Ackroyd), £1 is. 

161 Fisherman's home, blue line mount (Spencer), £i 23. 

162 View near llkley, blue line mount (Martin), 183. 

163 Dovedale, blue line mount (Langdale), £2 4s. 

164 Verona, on cut music cover (Lewis), £1. 

166 View from Richmond Hill : Morning, (Watts), 12s. 

167 Royal Exchange (Middleton), gs. 

170 Claremont, pocket book lettering (Lewis), 17s. 

174 Duke of Wellington, stamped mount (Mason), i6s. 

175 Prince Albert ; and Queen Victoria, blue line mounts (Butters), 19s. 

177 Prince Frederick ; and Empress Eugenie (Lewis), £1 3s. 

178 Napoleon III ; and Empress Eugenie (Masson), los. 
180 The bride, stamp in red (Middleton), los. 



25 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

185 Prince Albert ; and Queen Victoria (Mason), iis. 

186 Queen, with hand on table (Vallange), 9s. 

189 Fisherman's home, blue line mount (Lories), £1 6s. 

191 Returning from prayer (Middleton), los. 

193 Harvest time, stamped mount (Bclchem), £1 17s. 6d. 

19+ The hop garden, stamped mount (Spencer), i8s. 

195 Duke of Wellington's funeral, stamped mount (Pearhnan), £1 5s. 

197 Summertime (Collins), iis. 

19S Copper, your Honour, stamped mount (Lewis), i6s. 

201 News from home, stamped mount (Spencer), 12s. 

202 Ditto (Mason), 14s. 

203 Copper, your Honour, stamped moimt (Wilson), 14s. 

204 Shall I succeed ? (Lories), 15s. 

205 Fruit, after Lance, No. 2, stamped mount ( ), £1. 

207 Summer ; and Winter, small (Charlton), 14s. 

209 The Conchologists (Lewis), 14s. 

211 Prince of Wales landing at Osborne (Lories), £1 2S. 

212 Little gardeners (Lewis), £1 is. 

213 La tarantella, large (Martin), 14s. 

214 News from home ; and Australia, pair (Browne), £1 8s. 
218 The reconciliation (Lewis), £3. 

220 Insignia of the Orders of Knighthood, complete set of 20 plates, in paper 

WTapper (Pearlman), £4. 

221 Rev. J. Waterhouse superintending the landing of the missionaries (Lewis), 

£1 I2S. 6d. 

222 Day before marriage, stamped mount (Middleton), £3 153. 

223 Lovers' letter box (Mason), £1 los. 

224 Hollyhocks (Middleton), £1 14s. 

225 Day before marriage (Mason), £1 7s. 6d. 

226 Gardener's shed, stamped mount (Middleton), £2 4s. 

227 The bridesmaid (Lewis), £1 is. 

231 Summer ; and Winter, large, pair (Hood), £i 12s. 6d. 

232 St. Bernard dogs (Lewis), £1 2S. 6d. 

233 Lovers' letter bos (Middleton), £1 15s. 

234 Fruit girl of the Alps (Hood), £1. 

235 The bridesmaid, stamped mount (Wilson), £1 8s. 

236 Fruit girl of the Alps (Perry), iSs. 

237 Indians reposing, mountain stream (Middleton). £r iis. 

238 Summer ; and Winter, large, pair (Middleton), £3 los. ., _ 

239 Lake Lucerne (Middleton), £2 15s. 

240 The parting look (Sen), £6 15s. 

241 Lovers' letter box, stamped mount (.Mason), £i. 

242 Lucerne (HoUiday), £2 7s. 6d. 

243 The parting look (Middleton), £6. 

244 St. Bernard dogs (HoUiday), £2 15s. 

Framed. 

245 Shall I succeed ? (Langdale), £1 5s. 

246 The conchologists (Ravilions), iSs. ^ ^ 
249 Lord Nelson (Belcher), i8s. 

251 Yes, I am come of high degree ! (Lewis), 19s. . ■ 

254 Welsh harper (Middleton), i8s. <•- 

255 I don't like it, stamped mount (Middleton), £1 is. 

256 Returning from prayer (Middleton), i5s. 



Puttick's.] March 15, 1915. 27 

257 The bride, on music cover (Middleton), ns. 

258 Prince Albert (Browtie), £i 4s. 

259 Jenny Lind (Bortin), 13s. 

260 Heroes of India, needle box set (Browne), £1 4s. 

261 Conchologists (Perry), 12s. 

263 Reception ; and Massacre of the Rev. J. Williams, pair (Browne), £1 173. 6d. 

364 Wreck of the Reliance (Lewis), £2. 

265 Reconciliation (Lee), £2. 

866 Holy Family, large stamped mount (Browne), 19s. 

267 Duke of Wellington's funeral (Collins), 9s. 

268 Prince of Wales in military uniform (Lewis), X2S. 

269 Infantile jealousy (Langdale), 8s. 

270 Daughter of the Regiment (Hickman), 14s. 

271 The bridesmaid, stamped mount (Lewis), £2 2S. 

272 Lovers' letter box (Mason), £1 12s. 6d. 

273 Day before marriage (Lewis), £2. 

274 The ordinance of baptism, original mount (Lewis), £2. 

275 The gardener's shed (Cappell), £1 is. 

276 Rev. William Knibb (Simpson), 14s. 
279 St. Bernard dogs (Simpson), £2 5s. 

281 The Allied Sovereigns, uncut sheet (.\ckroyd), i6s. 

282 The gardener's shed (Perry), £1. 

283 Wreck of the Reliance (Spencer), £1 17s. 6d. 

284 Lake Lucerne (Lewis), £2 los. 

285 Winter, large (Browne), £1 8s. 

286 St. Bernard dogs (Browne), £2 5s. 

287 Rev. J. Waterhouse superintending the landing of the missionaries (Lewis), 

£1 lOS. 

288 Fruit girls of the Alps (Browne), £1 17s. 6d. 

289 Summer ; and Winter, large, pair (Mason), £2 los. 

290 St. Bernard dogs (Perry), £1 los. 



March 26, 19 15 Puttick's. 

Engravings, comprising Fancy Subjects of the Early 
English and French Schools, Portraits in mezzotint, line 
and colours, etc. 

25 Marshal de Saxe, by J. Jacquet, after Meissonier, signed proof, on vellum 
(Athill), £1 4S. 

45 Military costume of the 72nd Regiment, in colours (Ramage), 13s. 

46 69th South Lincolnshire Regiment, by M. A. Hayes, in colours (Ramage), 

14s. 

47 51st King's Own Light Infantry, by M. A. Hayes, in colours (.\ckroyd), 

£1 5S. 

48 Costumes of the 5th, 7th, 21st, 23rd and 87th Regiments, by Walker, after 

M. A. Hayes, in colours (Ramage), £1 is. 

49 ist Royal Scots Regiment at Dover, by J. Harris, after H. Martens, in colours 

( ), 16s. 

50 Costume of the 75th Regiment, in colours (Hickman), £1 12s. 6d. 

51 Officer of the 45th Nottinghamshire Regiment at Rangoon, in colours 

(Jacobson), £1 17s. 6d. 

52 Costumes of the Guards, by W. Sharpe, in colours (Parker), 9s. 
64 Botticelli, Primavera, Arundel chromo (HoUiday), £4 igs. 



28 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

AMERICANA. 
83 .\ttack and storming of Fort Oswego, by Havell, after Capt. Steele, aquatints, 

in colours, pair (Stevens), £5. 
86 Cunne Shote : A great warrior of the Cherokee nation, by R. Sayer, mezzotint 

(Stevens), £1 4s. 
99 Engagement between the Skannon and Chesapeake, by Jeakes, after Wiit- 
combe, aquatint, in colours, published by Hassell & Co., Sept'-mber ist, 
1813 (Pollard), £3 10s. 
100 The same, aquatint, in colours, published by VV. Deely, 6, Pleasant Place, 

Pentonville, 1838 (Stevens), £1 12s. 6d. 
loi View of the taking of Quebec, in colours (Stevens), £2 los. 



131 Rt. Hon. William Pitt, by J. Murphy, after Miller, mezzotint (DraK'), £4. 
142 Baron Exmouth, by C. Turner, after Lawrence, mezzotint, open letter proof 

(Davis), £3. 
147 The Rt. Hon. Lord Grosvenor, by W. Dickinson, after B. West, full lengtk 

mezzotint, full margins (Davis), £6. 

152 Love and honour, by Bartolozzi, after H. Bunbury, circle, in colours (Ma>'ne), 

£8. 

153 Hebe and Bacchante, by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, proofs in bro*-n, pair 

(Brail), £2 17s. 6d. 

154 Cupid's pastime, by Facius, after Kaufiman, oval (Brail), £2 5s. 

160 Duty, by P. W. Tomkins, after Miss Julia Conyers, in colours (Davis), £24 3s. 
162 Hunting, by Sutherland, after H. Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set of four 
(Anscll), £8 8s. 

169 Hunting, by Reeve, after H. .-Mken, aquatints, in colours, set of four (Drake), 

£9 5S. 

170 Road riders, or funkers, by Hunt, after Davis, aquatints, in colours, pair 

(Ravilions), £2. 

173 The Aylesbury grand [steeplechase, by Harris, after Pollard, aquatints, in 

colours, set of four (Drake), £46 4s. 
Framed. 

174 Spring, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, in colours (Vernon), £15 15s. 

175 The kite entangled, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, mezzotint, in colours 

(Gould), £2r. 

176 Classical subjects, by Bartolozzi, after A. Kaufiman, ovals, pair, proofs 

(Davis), £5. 

177 The virtuous parent ; and The elopement, by Bartoloti, after G. Morland, 

in colours, pair (Blythe), £5. 

178 The mother's pride, by A. Cardon, after W. Lodder, in colours (Gould), £5. 

179 Boy angling ; and Girl feeding pigs, by Nutter, Ogboume, and Gaugain, 

after Westall, in colours, pair (Hickman), £4. 

180 Edmund, by Bartolozzi, after Wheatley, in colours (Drake), £4 15s. 

182 Classical subject, by Burke, after Kaufiman, oval, in colours (Drake), £3 15s. 

184 Lady Louisa Manners, by V. Green, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Hall), £10. 

185 Lieut. -Genl. Sir William Cockburn, by C. Turner, after T. Barker, mezzotiat 

(Brail), £1 17s. 6d. 

191 Mrs. Jordan, by Ogborne, after Romney (Oxford), £3 los. 

192 Fox hunting, by Reeve, after Wolstenholme, aquatints, in colours, set of 

four, with good margins (Drake), £23. 
198 Canada : View of Miramichi in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, by P. Sandby, after 
Capt. Hervey Smythe (Holliday), £2 7s. 6d. 



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199A St. Albans grand steeplechase, aquatiuts, in colours, set of four (Holland), 

£12 I2S. 

201 The lock ; and The cornfield, by D. Lucas, after J. Constable, mezzotints, 

pair (Brail), £2 los. 
212 Louisa, by M. Cormack, mezzotint, signed proof (Gordon), £1 6s. 
214 Lady Hamilton as the Ambassadress, by T. G. Appleton, after G. Romney, 

mezzotint, signed proof (George), £3 7s. 6d. 



April 12 to 27, 19 15. Christie's. 

Pictures, Drawings, Engravings and Etchings included 
in tlie sale of works of art presented to the British Red 
Cross Society and the Order of the Hospital of St. John of 
Jerusalem in England, to be sold for the benefit of their 
funds. 

MODERN DRAWINGS. 
Presemted by Sir William H. Lever, Bart. 

611 Cattermole, G., Defending the Tower — 9 x12V (Cooling), £11 lis. 

612 Collier, Tom, A hillside stream — 5ix9i (Norman), £17 17s. 

613 Collier, Tom, Arundel — 5x8i (Leggatt), £9 9s. 

614 Dawson, H., Peasant seated, with a jug — 6x8i (Cooling), £1 is. 

615 Hunt, W., Oyster-shell and onion — 4jx6i (Passingham), £8 8s. 

616 Leech, J., " Doosed aggravating for young Cornet Flinders you know ! " ; 

and an illustration of same — two in one frame (Stevens & Brown), £7 7s. 

617 Orrock, J., 1899, On the Nith, in oils — 31JX49I (Knight), £78 15s. 

6i8 Orrock, J., 1896, Tyburn Hill, Bradgate Park, Leicestershire — 28J x 44 
(Walker), £15 15s. 

619 Orrock, J., 1890, On the Wharfe, Yorkshire — 131x20* (Walker), £7 7s. 

620 Orrock. J., Holy Island : Low water — 10^ x 14J (Tooth), £3 5s. 

621 Orrock, J., Clouds on Criffel — 9J x 134 (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

622 Orrock, J., 1883, Weston-on-Trent, Derbyshire — 9I x 13I (Hicks), £7 7s. 

623 Orrock, J., Jedburgh Abbey — 9£ x 13J (Hicks), £6 6s. 

624 Orrock, J., Doune Castle, near Stirling — si x 8J (Gripper), £4 14s. 6d. 

625 Tayler, F., 1873, Drawing cover — 3ix6J (Sir J. Colman), £5 5s. 

626 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Hilly landscape, with cattle and figures — 6f x 9 

(Harman), £52 los. 

627 De Wint, P., The Underclifi, Isle of W'ight— 6x 10 (Hertz), £11 lis. 

Presented by W. Tinker, Esq. 

628 John, Augustus E., P.N.P.S., Study of a female figure, pencil — I3ix6f 

(Robinson), £21. 

Presented by Captain H. L. Butler. 

629 Foster, Birket, View in Rouen, with market figures near a church — 5|X4 

(Parker), £84. 

630 Stanfield, C, R.A., Making St. Katharine's Docks, sepia — 5i x 7j (Fine Art 

Society), £3 13s. 6d. 

Presented bv the Artist. 

631 Davis, Mary, The Sevres fan, a fan mount — 5IX16J (Spink), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Presented by H. Velten, Esq. 

632 Bruckman, W. L., The Old Beguinage Church, Bruges— igjx 13! (Levine), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 



30 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Presented by O. Gutekunst, Esq. 

633 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Sunset on the sea — yixiol (Fine Art Society), 

£89 5S. 

Presented by the Artists. 

634 Bone, Muirhead, A pencil drawing o£ any architectural subject in LondoB 

will be executed by the artist for the highest bidder — io§ x 8 (Mrs. Walt), 
£74 US- 
Presented BY F. A. White, Esq. 

635 West, J. Walter, R.W.S., Cambridgeshire colts — gj x 13J (Taylor), £2 12s. 6d. 

Presented by the Artists. 

636 Riviere, Briton, R.A., A sketch for "Petty larceny," charcoal — iifxiS 

(Joicey), £5 5s. 

637 Nardi, E., Sunset at Terracina, Italy — 28JX49I (Lazarus), £15 15s. 

638 Sargent, J. S., R.A., A portrait in charcoal will be executed by the artist 

for the highest bidder — 24;' 19, sight measurement (Charles), £525. 

639 Sargent, J. S., R.A., A portrait in charcoal will be executed by the artist 

for the highest bidder — 24X19, sight measurement (E. J. Wythes), 
£682 los. 

640 Parsons, Alfred, R.A., P.R.W.S., Spring blossoms— i if x 14! (Dr. Harris), 

641 Fisher, Mark, A.R.A., The old horse — gj x 13I (Smith), £15 15s. 
Presented by Mrs. Alfred Herb-^^ge and Miss Enid Herbage. 

642 Hall, G. L., 1876, River scene : Moonlight — lof x 18J (Walker), £4 4s. 

Presented by the Artists. 

643 Cowper, F. Cadogan, A.R.A., Fanny : A lady seated on a chair, a sketch — 

12J X loi (Fine Art Society), £6 6s. 

644 Tuke, H. S., R.A., 1912, A shipping group — 9J x 13* (E. C. Hannen), £16 i6s. 

645 James, Francis E., A.R.W.S., Cypripedium — 10x14 (Simpson), £5 5s. 

646 Butler, Henry, R.B.A., Dreamlands — nixiyi (Halsey), £4 4s. 

647 Dadd, Frank, R.I., 1909, The ri%'als — 11 x 17J (Gooden & Fox), £35 14s. 

648 Dadd, Frank, R.I., 1912, At the Sign of the Anchor, in oils — 23 x 17J (Gooden 

and Fox), £54 12s. 

649 Sims, Charles, A.R.A., A figure piece — 28f X21 (Sampson), £73 10s. 

€50 Charlton, J., R.P., 1912, Polar bears and young, pastel — 29JX23J (Joicey), 
£15 15s. 

651 George, Sir Ernest, A.R.A., The old bridge of Cordoba — iif x 16J (Cooling), 

£9 gs- 

652 Bruhl, L. Burleigh, R.B.A., Beautiful Dinant (now battered and destroyed) — 

26|xi8 (Fink), £12 12s. 

653 Rich, Alfred W., Int.S., Richmond, Yorkshire— 13 x 17 (Sir W. Garth), 

£12 12s. 

654 Finnemore, J., R.I., 1892, Xo quarter — 3x1x26^ (Walker), £15 15s. 

655 Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., Moonrise : Dorsetshire^! 3 J x 19 (Leggatt), £21. 

656 Nicolet, Gabriel, R.P., Le CoUis de Corail, coloured chalk — 16J x I2i 

(Huggins), £11 IIS. 

657 Hatherell, W., R.I., A Florentine love song ; R.A., 1910 — 19J x iii (Cooling), 

£7 7s. 

Presented by P. M. Beaven, Esq. 

658 Vemet, Horace, French soldiers of the Grand Army crossing a stream — 

i2i x i8| (Halsey), £4 4s. 

Presented by the Artists. 
*59 Lindner, Mofiat P., Venice — i4jx2of (Chance), £12 12s. 



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660 Proctor, Janet, 1914, Church at Etavigny destroyed by the Germans — 

I7ixi6i (Hertz), £3 3s. 

661 Dicksee, Frank, R.A., Old songs — iix8J (Bowden), £44 2s. 

662 Allen, William H., R.B.A., Awaiting the return: 1870 — 21^x29 (Mrs. 

Constant), £6 65. 

Presented by Major-General A. R. Lempriere, R.E. 

663 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., Attack on Kenilworth Castle. A fight is going on 

outside the castle between the besiegers and the besieged. This drawing 
was given by the artist to Major-Gen. A. R. Lempriere for having sat as 
the model for his painting of " The Huguenot " — 21 x 29 (Fine Art Society) , 
£23 2S. 

Presented by the Artists. 

664 Hine, Harry, R.I., Salisbury Cathedral: April — 15JX11I (Cooling), £3 3s. 

665 Simpson, Charles W., R.I., 1913, Reflections — isjxiii (Ifrs. Barratt), 

£8 8s. 

Presented by Mrs. Craven Jones. 

666 Hayes, Edwin, R.H.A., 1863, OS the jetty— 11 x i9i (Mrs. Adderley), £23 2S. 
Presented by the Executors of the late Sir Edward Burne- Jones, Bart. 

667 Bume-Jones, Sir E., Bart., Study of a female head, red chalk — 15JX11J 

(Mrs. Lazarus), £23 2s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

668 Bume-Jones, Sir Philip, Bart., 1912, Church of the Madonna del Orto (where 

Tintoretto is buried), Venice — 9ixi3J (Chance), £8 8s. 
Presented by H. Douglas Rhodes, Eso. 

669 Wimperis, E. M., View on the Dart, with cattle — 9ix r3j (Miss Woodman ), 

£42. 

Presented by Mrs. V. Ehrlich. 

670 Bird, Harington, i9or. The horses of Rhesus. 

■' I saw his coursers in proud Triumph go, 
Swift as the wind and white as winter snow." 

Homer's Iliad, Book X. 
18 X 35 (Cox), £9 gs. 

Presented by Miss Amy Halford. 

671 Dulac, Edmund, 1909. 

" So when at last the angel of the drink 
Of djirkness finds you by the river brink, 
.^nd, proffering his cup, invites your soul 
Forth to your lips to quaff it — do not shrink." 
I2ix8| (Steven & Brown), £24 3s. 

Presented by Mrs. Arthur Walker. 

672 Elgood, G. S., 1891, A flower garden — 13JX11J (E. C. Hannen), £26 5s. 

Presented by the Artists. 

673 Alma-Tadema, Anna, Dawn : Miss Gladys Cooper when a girl, circular — 

18J ins. diam. (Passingham), £27 5s. 

674 Stott, Edward, A.R.A., Study for "Washing day," pastel — i4lxrrj (Fine 

Art Society), £43 is. 

675 Dodd, Francis, Portrait in drypoint of a man (similar to the one shown), 

together with 25 mounted impressions of the same, will be executed by 
the artist for the highest bidder. The plate to be destroyed — ro x lof 
(Mrs. Fleming), £37 i6s. 

676 Mayor, Fred, Pont d'.^vignon — 6^ y 9J (Mrs. Dows), £11 rrs. 

677 Small, C. Percival, Portait, in red and black chalk, will be executed by 

the artist for the highest bidder — i7f x 16*, sight measurement, (C. Russell) 
£37 1 6s. 



32 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

678 Eves, R. G., R.P., R.O.I., 1913, An old farm, Normandy— 14 x zof (C. 
Russell), £5 5s. 

Presented by Edmcjnd Davis, Esq. 
5/9 Haite, G. C, 1892, Flower market : Wet weather — 24x40 (Spink), fji los. 

Presented bv W. Lockett Agnew, Esq. 
680 Crome, J. B., Ostend Canal, Bruges : Moonlight — 20JX31J (Hull), £52 los. 

Presented by an Anonymous Donor. 
63i Steer, P. Wilson, N.P.S., A forest glade— 29x21* (Baxter), £78 155. 
Presented by the Artists. 

682 Laszlo, P. A. de, M.V.O., A portrait will be painted by the artist for the 

highest bidder — 35x27, sight measurement (Sir F. Trippel), £745 los. 

683 Laszlo, P. A. de, M.\'.0., 1914, Portrait study of Madame Marthe Lettelier 

—352 X 7 (Agnew), £168. 

684 Walker, J. Hanson, "He was a great singer" — 20X12 J (Mayer), £8 8s. 

Presented bv Sir Hugh P. Lane. 

685 Eastlake, Sir C. L., P.R.A., The sisters— 23 xiSJ (Hull), £48 6s. 

Presented by Messrs. Vicars Bros. 

686 Carter, S., 1875, Leverets— i3ix 17* (J. Miles), £8 8s. 

Presented by C. G. Arbuthnot, Esq. 

687 Aufray, J., Winding the skein, panel — 9^ x 7j (Harman), £9 9s. 

688 Haag, M. G., The young artist, panel— gj / 61 (Lek), £5 5s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

689 Kelly, Gerald Festus, R.H.A., A portrait will be painted by the artist for the 

highest bidder — 32^x26, sight measurement (Gooden & Fox), £157 los. 
Presented by H. Velten, Esq. 

690 Graham, L., i8gg. Returning to the farm, panel — 9JX12I (Adutt), £5 5s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

691 Llewellyn, W., A.R.A., Young girl reading, a sketch — I7ixi3j (W. E. 

Home), £9 gs. 

Presented by Mrs. Charles Douglas. 

692 Lessore, E., Children in the fields — I4ix2ii (Adutt), £5 5s. 

Presented by the Artists. 

693 John, Augustus E., P.N.P.S., A portrait will be painted by the artist for the 

highest bidder — 23|xi9i, sight measurement (Murray), £220 los. 

694 Stone, Marcus, R.A., Yes or no ? First study for a larger picture — 8J x 7I 

(Cooling), £23 2S. 

Presented by Mrs. John Ramsay. 

695 Talmage. A., R.O.I. , Noonday heat, panel — 14I x 17I (Lazarus), £6 6s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

696 Bryce, Alexander J. C, R.B.A., 1814, Dutch meadows — iifxas (Colts), 

£9 9S. 

Presented bv .Max Michaelis, Esq. 

697 Gerard, J. Le Gain, A fishing harbour— 28^ x 23 (Grunble), £11 lis. 

Presented by the .\riists. 

698 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1915, On the Cornish coast — 12JX16J (Tresham), £42. 

699 Ori)en, William, A.R.A., A portrait will be painted by the artist for the 

highest bidder — 42x32!, sight measurement (Mrs. Fleming), £483. 

700 Wetherbee, George, R.O.L, Aphrodite's realm — i9iX29 (Walker), £11 lis. 

701 Shaw, Byam, A.R.W.S., " Love is too young to know what conscience is." — 

Shakespeare. Panel — 20x15 (Konody), £15 15s. 

702 King, Yeend, V. P.R.I. , On the Dee — 23! x i7i (Miss B. Robinson), £17 17s. 

703 Leighton, E. Blair, R.O.I., 1914. A nibble, panel — lo.VxgJ (E. Brown), 

£35 14s. 



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704 Homel, E. A., Int.S., 1914, In the orchard — 29^x24^ (Cooling), £63. 

705 Guthrie, Sir James, P.R.S.A., A portrait will be painted by the artist for 

the highest bidder — 29 x 23, sight measurement (Martin), £441. 

706 Priestman, Arnold, 1907, Littlehampton Quay — 19^x29^ (Cooling), £17 17s. 

707 Waller, Mrs. S. E., A portrait will be painted by the artist for the highest 

bidder — 28 x 23, sight measurement (Lady Levinge), £105. 

708 Kemp-Welch, Lucy, Turning at the hedge — r2ix 16J (F. W. Smith), £24 3s. 

709 O'Brien, Dermod, P.R.H.A., The oat-field — 24 x 29 (Russell), £15 15s. 

710 Logsdail, William, The 21st of October — 25 x 19 (Lynn), £10 los. 

7ir Budd, H. A., Miss Ellen Mackenzie — 71JX35J (Earl of Rosebery), £2 2S. 

712 Armstrong, F. A. W. J., R.B.A., Durham — 21J x 29J (Countess of Malm.es- 

bury), £9 9S. 

713 Pickard, Louise, The Thames at Chelsea — 32I x 47I (Bower), £7 7s. 

Presented by Miss Stimpson. 

714 Meissonier, J. L. E., A cavalier of the time of Louis XIII ; from the Artist's 

Sale; panel — 7jX3i (Cooling), £105. 

Presented by the Artists. 

715 Mostyn, Tom, The invaders — 27 x 35J (J. P. Blake), £52 los. 

716 Cameron, D. Y., A.R.A., Glencoe — 18 x 22J (Mrs. Fleming), £136 los. 

717 Topham, Frank W. W., R.O.I. , 1912, The Psalmist. 

" I will incline mine ear to a parable, and open my dark saying upon the 

harp." — Psalm xlix, 4. 
39 x 32I (Mitchell), £10 los. 

718 Peppercorn, A. D., Int.S., Quiet water — 14^x25!^ (Gooden & Fox), £29 8s. 

719 Bowie, John, A.R.S.A., A portrait will be painted by the artist for the 

highest bidder (a posthumous portrait will be painted if required) — 
agi x 24J, sight measurement (Colts), £39 18s. 

720 Bell, N. Aiming, A.R.A., The Amazon guard — 23JX13J (Martin Harvey), 

£18 i8s. 

Presented by Lady (Ian) Hamilton. 

721 Pryde, James, N.P.S. , A souvenir of a costume ball — 23! x i9i (Miss Kinnear), 

£21. 
Presented by His Excellency Monsieur Teixeira-Gomes, the Portuguese 
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Court of 
St. James's. 

722 Kuwasseg, C, Fils, 1874, View of Antwerp*— 12 x 19J (Teague), £8 8s. 

Presented by the Artists. 

723 Pirie, George, A.R.S.A., Highland interior — igj x 29J (Lynn), £8 8s. 

724 Richmond, Sir W. B., R.A., The Monastery from St. Bernardino's cell, Assisi, 

panel — 27JX15J (Thomas), £27 6s. 

725 Higgins, Reginald E., R.B.A., Sketch for a decoration — 29^x17^ (Russell), 

£5 5s. 

726 Fildes, Sir Luke, R.A., 1915, Marietta — 25x19 (Thomas), £iio 5s. 

727 Friedenson, Arthur, Near Wareham Bridge : October — lajx 15} (Rosebery), 

£7 7s. 

Presented by Mrs. Swanston. 

728 Davies, J. Hey, The Little Orme's Head— 19I x 29J (Rutson), £6 6s. 

Presented by the Artists. 

729 Heriot, Robertine, Green glass — 2o|xiiJ (Morgan), £6 6s. 

730 Dugdale, Thomas C, R.O.I. , A comer in Chelsea — 23 x igj (Sir Guy Laking), 

£6 6s. 

731 Lavery, J., A.R.A., A portrait will be painted by the artist for the highest 

bidder — 33x26^, sight measurement (Mrs. Horatio Love), £420. 



34 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

732 Wollen, William B., R.I., Little critics— 19 x 244 (G. H. Wilson), £21. 

733 Taylor, L. Campbell, R.O.I., The Palace of Versailles: Evening — 20JX29} 

(Sir Guy Laking), £33 12s. 
Presented by Messrs. Dowdeswell and Dowdeswell, Ltd. 

734 Noble, R., R.S.A., The old sawmill, Prestonkirk — 11JX19J (Hall), £12 12s. 

735 Noble, R., R.S.A., Ravensauch shore — iiixigj (Pawsey & Payne), £21. 

Presented by the Artists. 

736 DoUman, J. C, 1912, The original sketch composition for " The Unknown " 

— i7jX29i (Joicey), £18 i8s. 

737 Black, Arthur J., 1903, A wrecker's prize — 4iix7iJ (Norworth), £14 14s. 

738 Collier, Hon. John, A portrait will be painted by the artist for the highest 

bidder — 45 X 43, sight measurement (Mrs. Barlow), £252. 

739 Leech, W. J., R.H.A., Through a blue net, Concameau^25 x 20J (Miss Love), 

£5 5s. 

Presented by Mrs. Ernest Hill. 

740 Fagan, Mrs. Will, The waltz — 28 x 18 (Schwabacher), £6 6s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

741 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Destroyer versus submarine — 14JX29 (Joicey), £50. 

Presented by Sam. Wilson, Esq., J.P. 

742 Storey, G. A., A.R.A., 1895, Coming events; R.A., 1895 — 23JX19I (Sir 

G. W. Agnew), £68 5s. 

743 Sidaner, H. Le, La Boucherie — 22^x31^ (Fine Art Society), £60 18s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

744 Greiffenhagen, Maurice, N.P.S., The beggar maid — 43^x351 (Murray), £21. 

Presented by Sir W. H. Houldsworth, Bart. 

745 La Thangue, H. H., R.A., In a cottage garden, or the sawing-horse ; R.A., 

1896 — 45 X 34J (Slazenger), £115 los. 

Presented by Millicent, Duchess of Sutherland. 

746 Steuben, Baron C, La mort de Napoleon ; a framed key, together with a 

small framed print, by Lerouge, sold with the picture — 3o|^ x 38 J (McClean), 
£57 15s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

747 Connard, Philip, Int.S., A portrait will be painted by the artist for the 

highest bidder — 24 x 20, sight measurement (Schwabacher), £52 los. 
Presented by R. D. Turner, Esq. 

748 Harlamoff, A., Contemplation — 21x17! (Mitchell), £21. 

Presented by Arthur Tooth, Esq. 

749 Farquharson, David, A.R.A., 1891, The Highlands of Forfarshire — 15JX23J 

(Goodsir), £50 8s. 

Presented by the Artists. 

750 Knight, Harold, R.O.I., The mirror — 17JX17J (Tregaskis), £27 6s. 

751 Cope, A. S., R.A., 1915, Miranda — 22JX19 (Fine Art Society), £52 ids. 

Presented by an Anonymous Donor. 

752 Weiss, Jos6, Approaching storm — 23^x35! (Williamson), £32 lis. 

Presented by the Artist. 

753 Riviere, Hugh G., A portrait will be painted by the artist for the highest 

bidder — 25x21, sight measurement (C. M. Agnew), £136 los. 

754 Coates, George J., A Spanish dancer — 29J x 19J (Russell), £53 11s. 

Presented by an Anonymous Donor. 

755 Israels, J., Paddling, panel— 9X5J (Lek), £52 los. 

Presented by Lady Lowther. 

756 Loring, Francis W., A palace gateway, Venice — 16J x 26 (ArthurtoB), 

£7 7S. 



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Presented by the Artists. 

757 Hawkins, Grace M., A portrait will be painted by the artist for the highest 

bidder — 352X23^ (Callender), £26 5s. 

758 Weguelin, J. R., R.W.S., 1914, A dance of Naiads — 14 x 21 (Dobson), £16 16s. 

759 Watson, G. Spencer, N.P.S., The Judgment of Paris — 25i x 21 (Miss H. Love), 

£12 I2S. 

Presented by' Arthur C. Armitage, Esq. 

760 Pettie, J., R.A., The ransom ; R.A., 1883 — 42x59 (Mitchell), £220 10s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

761 Fildes, Lady, 1915, Fruit — 14! x loj (Thomas), £12 12s. 

Presented by Mrs. Hunt. 

762 Pyne, J. B., 1865, Lago Maggiore — 21 J x 32 (Leggatt), £33 I2S. 

Presented by the Artists. 

763 Hector, W. Cunaingham, A portrait will be painted by the artist for the 

highest bidder — 29! x 24 J, sight measurement (Smith), £21. 

764 Woods, Henry, R.A., 1912, A village in Veneto, panel — 11JX7J (Cooling), 

£27 6s. 

Presented by F. Osmaston, Esq. 

765 Robinson, F. Cayley, A.R.W.S., 1894, Mother and child — 23 X 29J (Osmaston), 

£36 15s. 

766 Ricketts, Charles, Int.S., The good Samaritan — 15JX23J (Mrs. E. Davis), 

£42. 

Presented by Mrs. J. W. Smith. 

767 Charles, James, Village scene, Montreuil-sur-Mer — i6Jx 13 (Baxter), £14 14s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

768 Cambier, N., A portrait will be painted by the artist for the highest bidder — 

25iX2iJ, sight measurement (Sir G. Laking), £110 5s. 
Presented by J. Y. F. Cooke, Esq. 

769 Forbes-Robertson, Eric, 1890, A maiden of Finisterre— i3|X9f (Lean), 

£15 15s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

770 Earl, Maud, Poissons d'.^vril ; a three-leaf screen, decorated in the Japanese 

taste, on gold ground — 70 ins. high by 75 ins. wide (Colman), £89 5s. 
OLD DRAWINGS. 
In the Folio. 
Presented by Miss Davidson. 

771 Laporte, M., Loch Levcn Castle ; and The cobbler, with the Inn at Arrochar, 

Loch Long, pair (Drmnmond), £4. 

Presented by the Hon. A. Holland Hibbert. 

772 Gainsborough, T., R.A., A homestead ; A woody landscape ; and A study 

of a tree, black and white on grey paper (W. Sichel), £2 12s. 6d. 
Presented by Sir Harry Wilson. 

773 Vacchi, Andrea, Three studies of heads, red chalk, on one mount ; The Last 

Judgment, by Romanelli ; A cavalier, by H. Stacy Marks, R.A., black 

chalk ; etc. (18) (Home), £1 is. 

Presented by the Rt. Hon. Sir Alfred Mond, Bart., M.P. 

774 Claude, A sacrifice, sepia ; Samson and the Nemean lion, by Guercino, 

sepia ; The return to Egypt, by G. Diziani ; etc. (7) (Allen), £2 2S. 
Presented by Mrs. Tarrant. 

775 Cardi, Lodovico, St. John preaching ; A hilly landscape, by H. Saftleven ; 

Warriors, by Luca Cambiaso ; The Coronation of the Virgin, by Salim- 
bene ; etc. (24), sepia, etc. (Parsons), £2 J2S. 6d. 



36 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Presented by Walter Sichel, Esq. 
775A Harlow, Mrs. Siddons in the sleep-walking scene from " Macbeth " (F. B. 
Daniell), £i iis. 6d. 

Framed. 
Presented by G. Clausen, Esq., R.A. 

776 Guercino, A cupid, red chalk — 8 x 6 (Miss Davison), £6 6s. 

Presented by Mrs. Robert Yerburgh. 

777 Tomassini, Apollo and Marsyas ; and Pan and Syrinx, a pair — 5 X 4^ 

(Chapman), £3 3s. 

Presented by Herbert Allen, Esq. 

778 Wouvennan, P., after. Watering horses ; and A sandy road, a pair — 2iX3{ 

(Coureau), £21. 

Presented by Miss Amy Manson. 

779 Lely, Sir P., after, Thomas Wriothesley, 4th Earl of Southampton, by W. 

Derby ; and James Butler, ist Duke of Ormond, after Sir G. Kneller, 
by the same ; and two others — 7X5J (Lady C. Butler), £54 12s. 
Presented by Chas. Shannon, Esq., A. R.A. 

780 Gainsborough, T., R.A., The swineherd, black chalk heightened with white — 

i2i X 17 (Earl of Rosebery), £4 4s. 

Presented by C. E. Stewart, Esq. 

781 De Wilde, S., Mr. S. Simmons as " Little Dicky " in " Abroad and at Home " ; 

and Mr. V. de Camp as " Hassarac " in " The Forty Thieves," a pair — 
14^x9 (Sir J. Reed), £2 2S. 

Presented by Lord Weardale. 

782 Morland School, The shepherd's boy — 17X21J (Wilkinson), £1 us. 6d, 

783 French School, Voltaire, in blue coat, holding a paper, pastel, oval — 25J x 21^ 

(Spero), £8. 

Presented by His Honour Judge Evans. 

784 Hogarth, W., " The subscription certificate of the Foundling Hospital," 

Indian ink wash, mounted with a print, proof before the words, and on 
the reverse a print with the full inscription — 4J x 8J (Pollard), £5 5s. 
MODERN DRAWINGS. 
Presented by the Artist. 

785 Lorenzetto, Mdlle., Jeunesse, pastel — 20J x ig\ (Goldsmith), £i5 i6s. 
Presented by the Proprietors of " The Sphere " and " The Tatler." 

786 Wood, Starr, Just in time ; Her money's worth ; The deceiver, by Hawley 

Morgan ; and The instructor, by A. Burton (Mackan), £3 3s. 
Presented by an Anonymous Donor. 
786A Partridge, Bernard, The excursionist ; a cartoon for Punch, Nov. 4th, 1914 ; 
pen and ink — 13x9! (Mackan), £27 6s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

787 Rutland, The Duchess of, 1892, The Rt. Hon. H. H. Asquith, M.P., pencil— 

13 X 6J (Runciman), £5 5s. 

788 Rutland, The Duchess of, 1889, The third Marquess of Salisbury, pencil — 

13 X 6J (Runciman), £4 4s. 

Presented by Miss J. Hepburn. 

789 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., A milkmaid, pen and ink — iilx8 (Blagden), £1 is. 

Presented by Miss Mary Hervey. 

790 Tidey, Alfred, 1847, Kenneth, Earl of Efltogham, in military uniform, black 

and red chalk — i4ixiii (Capt. Howard), £15 15s. 

Presented by the Proprietors of " Punch." 

791 Tenniel, Sir John, 1870, Germany's ally ; the cartoon for Punch, December 

loth, 1870, pencil — SJxCi (Mackan), £7 7s. 



Christie's.] April 12 to 27, 1915. 37 

Presented by William V. H. Cobbett, Esq. 

792 De la Bere, S. B., An old street — I2X8J (Wilkinson), £i us. 6d. 

Presented by Mrs. J. P. Richter. 

793 Van Ruith, H., Electric power station, Chelsea — 6^x9^ (Jones), £1 is. 

Presented by an Anonymous Donor. 

794 Shaw, Byam, 1905, " It's not only with ink that blots are made " ; or a 

laird of creation represented in the act of spoiling his own landscape ; 
an illustration for Punch, November 22nd, 1905 — I2jx7f (Joicey), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

Presented by the Proprietors of " The Graphic." 

795 Cleaver, Reginald, With the French Algerian troops ; an illustration lor 

the Graphic, January 2nd, 1915, black and white — 15X21J (Johnson), 
los. 6d. 

796 Maxwell, Donald, British warships helping in the land battles ; an illus- 

tration for the Graphic, October 31st, 1914, black and white — i7Xi2f 
(Mackan), £2 12s. 6d. 

Presented by Sir H. Peto, Bart. 

797 Keene, Charles, Responsibility, sepia — 7JX5 (Joicey), £13 13s. 

798 Mee, Anne, The Duke of Wellington — iijxgi (Sansom), £6 6s. 

799 Reed, E. T., Joe's long swim ; an illustration for Punch, December 9th, 

1903, pencil — 6J x 8 (Mackan), £5 5s. 

Presented by the .Misses Corbould. 

800 Keene, Charles, An autumn manoeu\Te. 

Short-sighted Captain : " Who the Doose are these ? Are they our 
Division, or are they the Enemy ? I'll soon see ! Tention ! Fire 
a volley ! at three Hundred Yards ! Ready — P'sent ! " 

Pen and ink — 7| x 12 (Joicey), £4 4s. 

Presented by H. S. Guinness, Esq. 

801 Dobson, F., A rough sea ; and A rocky coast, pair — 21 x 15 (Lynn), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

Presented by the Artist. 

802 Ward, Leslie (" Spy "), 1902, King Edward VII, in naval dress ; a framed 

facsimile letter of appreciation from Viscount Knollys is sold with the 
drawing, charcoal — 10x7^ (Parker), £3 13s. 6d. 
Presented by Lord Weardale. 

803 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., A study of a female figure ; and Head of a lady, 

chalk (Blagden), £1 us. 6d. 

Presented by Lady Polttmore. 

804 Dixon, Charles, 1910, Above Greenwich ; and Limehouse Reach, pair — 

10JX30 (Wilson), £33 I2S. 

805 Hughes, R., On the banks of the Mediterranean — 10 x 14^^ (Lynn), £15 15s. 

Presented by Mrs. Morris Davis. 

806 Hardy, T. B., Low tide, charcoal — 10x14 (Blagden), £3 3s. 

Presented by H. Whitehead, Esq. 

807 Butler, Lady (Miss Elizabeth Thompson), Bringing up the guns, pen and 

ink — i2jX29i (Lord Mersey), £15 15s. 

Presented by the .Artist. 

808 Hill, Rowland H., 1914, The wreck of the British hospital ship RohiUa near 

Whitby, October 30th, 1914— 14JX21 (Lady Palmer), £5 15s. 6d. 
Presented by Mrs. Evans Gordon. 

809 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., A figure subject ; presented by the artist to the 

donor, black and white chalk — yi x lof (Blagden), £4 4s. 



38 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Presented by J. Hutchinson, Esq. 
8io Becrbohm, Max, N.P.S., The Right Hon. Earl Kitchener, K.P.— I2ix3^ 
(Mackan), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Presented by Mrs. Ernest Crofts. 

8ii Crofts, Ernest, R.A., An Irish Guardsman — r4.V x lo (Mrs. Jones), £7 7s. 

Presented by James Bain, Esq. 

812 Keene, Charles, " Mr. Punch " in an easy-chair, reading ; the index illus- 

tration in Vol. 89, 1885— 7ixi3 (Gibson), £2 12s. 6d. 
Presented by the Artist. 

813 Francis, Eva, 1891, Roses and Marguerites — 15 x 15 (Mrs. Lynn), £4 14s. 6d. 

814 Francis, Eva, 1904, Thumbergia — Six 11 (Mrs. Passingham), £$ 5s. 

815 Francis, Eva, 1898, Lenten roses — gjxiof (Mrs. Lynn), £5 5s. 

Presented by R. A. Pfungst, Esq. 

816 Coleman, W. S., Dolce far Niente, charcoal — 19x142 (Pfungst), £5 5s. 

Presented by T. Humphry Ward, Esq. 

817 Leighton, Sir F., P.R.A., A study for " The death of Brunelleschi " — aoj x 15 

(Joicey), £9 9s. 

Presented by M. Newman, Esq. 

818 Hankey, W. Lee, Belgian village children going to school — SixgJ (Hyde), 

£7 7s. 

Presented by Mrs. Waller Paton. 

819 Paton, Waller H., R.S.A., 1878, Dalmally— 9I x 14 (EUckets), £2 12s. 6d. 

820 Paton, Waller H., R.S.A., 1865, Sunset in the Highlands — 10x14 (Giles), 

£2 2S. 

Presented by the Artist. 

821 Blaylock, T. Todd, 1914, The Marshes, Wareham, pastel — 20^x28^ 

(Chapman), £1 is. 

Presented by Frank H. Dunphie, Esq. 

822 Dolby, E., 1870, The valley of St. Marie Rebeauville, Haut Rhin — i2X8f 

(Johnson), £1 is. 

823 May, W. W., Low tide — 6i x loj (Johnson), £t is. 

Presented by Major R. C. Batley. 

824 Diodati, F. P., Contemplation, pastel — i9}xi4i (Mrs. Lynn), £1 iis. 6d. 

825 Diodati, F. P., Blonde ; and Brunette, pair, pastels — 19J x 14^ (Mrs. Lynn), 

£1 lis. 6d. 

Presented by the Artist. 

826 Kirkpatrick, Ethel, 1907, A grey day on the Cornish coast ; and Summer 

by the sea (Chance), £1 iis. 6d. 

Presented by an Anonymous Donor. 

827 Richards, Frank, A study of a camel — 14! x loi (Mrs. Lynn), £9 19s. 6d. 

828 Richards, Frank, On the Thames — 11x8^ (Allen), £7 7s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

829 Hughes, Talbot, The moon spell, pastel— 14^x9 (E. Jones), £2 2s. 

830 Cockerill, Alice M., 1909, Roses — iiJxSJ (Mrs. Lynn), £1 is. 

Presented by an Anonymous Donor. 

831 Coleman, W. S., The bather— 12 x 9.5 (.Mclntyre), £3 13s. 6d. 

Presented by Mrs. E. A. Abbey. 
831A Abbtty, E. A., R.A., The portrait head of H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, drawn 
from life on February i8th, 1904. A study for the official picture of 
" The Coronation of King EUlward VII " ; signed by the Prince of Wales ; 
pastel on toned paper — 14 x loj (Joicey), £44 2s. 



Christie's.] April 12 to 27, 1915- 39 

MODERN ETCHINGS. 

Unframed. 

Presented by W. Ti.nker, Esq. 

832 The Foveran Bum, by James McBey (Colnaghi & Obach), £6 los. 

833 A song from Venice ; and Le Pont Neuf, by D. S. MacLaughlan (Goad), 

£5 10. 

834 The adoration of the King ; and Old clothes, dry-point etchings, by W. 

Strang (Gould), £6 6s. 
83 5 Ancicnne F'aculte de M&lecine, Paris, by H. A. Webster ; Cafe Nice, ditto, 
by Wm. Walker ; and The mill-house, by H. Winslow (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£1 lOS. 

836 The Jewess ; and Old Scott, by Augustus E. John (Colnaghi dt Obach), 

£7 I OS. 

Presented by J. C. B. Richardson, Esq. 

837 Le Petit Bruleur d'Herbe ; and Double-bass player, by A. Legros (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £6 6s. 

Presented by Sir Charles Cheers Wakefield. 

838 CsEsar, by H. Dicksee, remarque proof (Lady Palmer), £2 12s. 6d. 

839 Clouds have a silver lining, by H. Dicksee, artist's proof (Blagden), £2 izs 6d. 

840 The primrose gatherers, by H. Dicksee, artist's proof (Lady Palmer), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

Presented by Mrs. Albert Brown. 

841 La Taureaumachie : A series of forty aquatinted etchings (plates 20 and 

E missing) with title page and explanatory table, by Francisco Goya 
(Colnaghi & Obach), £10 los. 

Framed. 
Presented by C. E. Stewart, Esq. 

842 Mile. Lianc de Pougy, by Helleu, printed in colours (F. Partridge), £2 2S. 

Presented by W. Westley Manning, Esq. 

843 The Avenue, Normandy ; and Stokesay Castle, by W. Westley Manning 

(Loyd), £2 i2s. 6d. 

Presented by W. Rudinoff, Esq. 

844 Algerian landscape ; and The flute-player, first states, on Japan vellum ; 

and Two Algerian beggars and Algerian merchants, first proofs of second 
state, on Japan vellum, by W. Rudinofi (Gibbs), £2 12s. 6d. 

845 Street in Bon Saava, Algeria, first proof, on Japan vellum ; and Algerian 

Market Place, second proof, on Japan vellum : lithographs, by W. Rudinoff 
(Smith), £1 IIS. 6d. 

Presented by J. P. Blake, Esq. 

846 The Portals of Rheims Cathedral, by Axel H. Haig (R. P. Jones), £42. 

Presented by Messrs. Arthur Tooth & Sons. 

847 Tourne bride, after J. L. E. Meissonier, by A. Mignon, remarque proof 

(Bagdcn), £5 15s. 6d. 

848 Le Marechal Ferrant, after J. L. E. Meissonier, by A. Mignon, remarque 

proof (Smith), £3 13s. 6d. 

849 Le Decameron, after J. L. E. Meissonier, by A. Mignon, remarque proof 

(Mack), £3 13s. 6d. 

850 Napoleon et son Etat-Majors, etching, after J. L. E. Meissonier, by A. 

Lamotte, remarque proof (Arthurton), £14 14s. 

851 The guard-room, after J. L. E. Meissonier, by J. Jacquet, remarque proof 

(Tennant), £6 6s. 

852 Dimanche, after J. L. E. Meissonier, by A. Boulard, remarque proof 

(Buckler), £4 14s. 6d. 



40 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

MODERN ENGRAVINGS. 

Vnframed. 
Presented by Rupert Colomb, Esq. 

853 Lady Inchiquin, after Lawrence, by Richard Smythe, artist's proof, printed 

in colours (Buckler), £7 17s. 6d. 

Presented by Dr. Buckley. 

854 La Halte, after Meissonier ; and Francis Hopkins, after Morland, by W. A. 

Cox, printed in colours (Chance), £3 3s. 

Presented by W. G. Rawlinson, Esq. 

855 Kenilworth and Kilgarren Castles ; Durham Cathedral ; Colchester ; and 

two others, line engravings, after J. M. W. Turner, first published states ; 
and Chain Bridge over the Tees, engraver's proof (Alien), £2 12s. 6d. 
Presented by the Countess of Yarborough. 

856 Vintage at Macon, after J. M. \V. Turner, by T. O. Barlow, artist's proof 

(Blagden), £5 5s. 

Presented by Sir Charles Cheers Wakefield. 

857 When the heart was young, after W. Dendy Sadler, by J. Dodie, remarque 

proof, signed by the painter and engraver ; and two impressions of the 
same, print state (Lefevre), £5 5s. 

Presented by W. L. A. Burdett-Coutts, Esq., M.P. 

858 Sir Francis Burdett, Bart., after Sir W. Ross, by S. Bellin. private plate, 

open letter proof (Rose), 5s. 

859 Sir Franris Burdett, Bart., after Sir W. Ross, by S. Bellin, private plate, 

open letter proof (Money), 4s. 

860 Mrs. Hannah Brown, after E. Long, by S. Cousins, unpublished plate, 

presentation proof (J. Lane), 7=. 

861 Mrs. Hannah Brown, after E. Long, by S. Cousins, unpublished plate, 

presentation proof (Mrs. Haines), 5s. 
Framed. 
Presented by Ernest James Wythes, Esq. 

862 La surprise, after C. M. Dubufie, by S. Cousins, proof before any letters 

(Baird Carter), £52 los. 

Presented by A. L. Payne, Esq. 

863 Miss Macdonald, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, proof before letters 

(Colnaghi & Obach), £57 15s. 

Presented by Messrs. Vicars Bros. 

864 Queen Victoria, after A. E. Chalon, by S. Cousins, proof (Murray), £2 2S. 

Presented by the Misses E. F. and M. Jackson. 

865 A midsummer night's dream, after Sir E. Landseer, proof before all letters 

(Tennant), £5 5s. 

Presented by Sir Ernest Frederick Schiff. 

866 Highland nurses, after Sir E. Landseer, by T. Landseer, proof before letters 

(Evans), £1 is. 

Presented by Mrs. Charles Lawrence. 

867 Nelson's farewell to his mother, after and by George W. Joy, artist's proof 

(Lady Hill), £4 4s. 

Presented by J. Seymour Lucas, Esq., R.A. 

868 The smoker, after J. Seymour Lucas, by P. Rajon, artist's proof, signed 

by the painter (Miss Wright), £2 12s. 6d. 

Presented by Miss H. Hamilton. 

869 Pan and Psyche, after Sir E. Bume-Jones, by C. W. Campbell, proof, signed 

by the painter and engraver ( ), £1 is. 



Christie's.] April 12 to 27, 191 5. 41 

Presented by Frank Gibson, Esq. 

870 The Buddha, lithograph, by Charles Conder (Lloyd), £1 8s. 

Presented by the Earl of Leitrim. 

871 The Countess of Leitrim and child, after Sir T. Lawrence, by Scott Bridg- 

water, artist's proof ; and a photograph of the same (Mrs. Rickett), 
£12 I2S. 

Presented by Hubert Garle, Esq. 

872 Head of Lady Hamilton, after G. Romney, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's 

proof (Mack), £4 14s. 6d. 

Presented by Sir E. J. Poynter, Bart., P.R.A. 

873 The message, after Sir E. J. Poynter, photo-engraving, signed by the painter 

(Rickett), £2 15s. 

Presented by \V. Llewellyn, Esq. 

874 H.M. Queen Mary of England, photo-engraving, after and by W. Llewellyn 

(Loyd), £2 2s. 

Presented by Mrs. James L. Garvin. 

875 Admiral Lord Fisher of Kilverstone, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., O.M., a large three- 

quarter-length autograph portrait, after H. Herkomer, inscribed below : 
" Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right ? " Fisher — Admiral of 
the Fleet, Feb. 4, 1915 (Arthurton), £23 2s. 

Presented by Miss Vereker. 
875A Admiral Sir John Rushworth Jellicoe, G.C.B., K.C.V.O., a signed " Vanity 
Fair " cartoon after W. H. Caffyn (Mrs. Brice), £3 13s. 6d. 
Presented by Lady Beatty. 

876 Rear-Admiral Sir David Beatty, G.C.B., M.V.O., D.S.O., a signed photograph 

of the picture by P. A. Laszlo (Blagden), £4 4s. 
Presented by W. McKay, Esq. 

877 Queen Victoria, photo-engraving, after Professor von Angeli, proof, with 

the autograph of Her Majesty on a sheet of paper below, vide letter 
at back (Edwards), £3 3s. 

Presented by John Grant, Esq. 

878 Sir Henry Irving ; and Sir Charles W>Tidham, autographed engravings 

(Haines), £1 15s. 

Presented by Gerald Todd, Esq. 

879 Affinities, by Herbert Schmalz, proof, printed in colotirs (Mrs. Vincent), 

£1 10s. 

Presented by Messrs. F. B. Daniell & Sons. 

880 The fair stepmother, after Cosway, by E. Stodart ; and The charming sisters 

after Plimer, by the same, printed in colours (G. Warre), £12 12s. 
Presented by Mr. and Mrs. Norton A. Roupell. 

881 Balaclava ; Quatre Bras ; and The roll call, after Elizabeth Thompson, 

by F. Stacpoole ; and Inkerman, after the same, by W. T. Davey, proofs 
before letters (Parker), £4 4s. 

OLD PRINTS. 

Unframed. 

Presented by the .Misses Field. 

882 Pianta Roma : a volume of wood-cuts of ruins, street scenes, and buildings, 

by Piranesi, with plan of Rome, the frontispiece a portrait of Pope Clement 
XIV (Parsons), £io. 

Presented by the EHjchess of Beaufort. 

883 Mrs. Flora Macdonald, after T. Hudson, by J. Faber (Colnaghi & Obach), 

£17. 



42 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Presented by Mrs. Chads. 

884 The action between the English frigate Java and the American frigate 

Constitutum, after N. Pocock, by R. and D. Havell, a set of four, aquatints, 
wide margins (Davis), £22. 

Presented by Mrs. Cordes. 

885 Bust of Admiral Lord Nelson, with four battle subjects, and diagrams of 

twenty-six captured ships, after T. Buttersworth, by Buttersworth and 
Roberts, in colours (Pollard), £3. 

Presented by Miss E. Lloyd. 

886 The Aylesbury grand steeplechase, after J. Pollard, by J. Harris, a set of 

four, printed in colours (Evans & Smith), £28. 

887 Coursing, after R. B. Davis, by R. J. Reeve; and another, printed in 

colours ; David Garrick, after Hogarth, with engraved ticket, signed by 
Hogarth ; and John Gilpin, with ballad below (Rimell), £3 15s. 
Presented by Miss Woodman. 

888 Caricatures, after Rowlandson, Bunbury, and others, a series of fifty-five 

plates, forty-three in colours (Spencer), £6 los. 

Presented by Miss A. C. Moore. 

889 A collection of seventy-eight Cruikshank, Gilfray, Rowlandson, and other 

caricatures, in colours (Spencer), £19 19s. 

Presented by Mrs. Haines. 

890 Sophia Western, after Adam Buck, by Roberts and Stadler, printed in 

colours (Brawl), £14 14s. 

891 Blanchard, Listen, and Mathews, after G. Clint, by T. Lupton, proof ; the 

Duchess of Ancaster ; Mrs. James, after Reynolds, by T. Blackmore ; 
and another (B.), los. 

892 A collection of about three hundred and ten old French and other line 

engravings, mezzotints, water-colour drawings, pen and ink, and pencil 
sketches, in an album (A. B. Home), £11 os. 6d. 
Presented by the Rt. Hon. Sir Alfred Mond, Bart, M.P. 

893 Cardinal Mazarin (RD. 177), by Nanteuil ; Le Gouter de I'Automne, after 

Boucher; two etchings, by D. Teniers ; and seven others (Parsons) , 
£1 10. 

Presented by Frank J. Lazarus, Esq. 

894 Les Miseres et les Malheurs de la Guerre, a series of eighteen etchings, with 

title plate, by J. Callot (Lazarus), £3 los. 

Presented by J. G. Joicey, Esq. 

895 A collection of thirty-four Dutch and English line engravings of naval 

military, and other subjects, chiefly 17th century (Rimell), £4 5s. 
Presented by C. E. Stewart, Esq. 

896 The original copper-plate of Robert Sayer's publication of Miss Nancy 

Dawson (Joicey), £2 12s. 6d. 

Framed. 
Presented by Mrs. J. Shirley Fox. 

897 Soaping linen (Miss Gunning), after H. Morland, by P. Dawe, small plate 

(NeUl), £1 IIS. 6d. 

Presented by H. W. Bruton, Esq. 

898 The Duchess of Marlborough and daughter, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. 

Watson (Blake), £3 13s. 6d. 

Presented by Mrs. A. Waltz. 

899 Lady Eliz. Montagu, after Reynolds, by J. McArdell ; and Princess Sophia 

Matilda, after the same, by T. Watson (Leggatt), £7 7s. 

900 Mrs. Voss and child ; and Henrietta and Anne Churchill, after Sir G. 

Kneller, by J. Smith (Hoare), £5 5s. 



Ghristie's.] April 12 to 27, 1915. 43 

Presented by Miss Harris. 

901 Mr. King, in the character of " Puff " in " The Critic " ; two other thea- 

trical prints ; and ao autographed photograph of Fechter (Hoare), £5 5s. 
Presented by Miss S. M. Rumsey. 

902 Admiral The Earl of St. Vincent, after G. Stuart, by J. R. Smith (Parker), 

£18 i8s. 

Presented by Sir George W. Agnew, Bart., M.P. 

903 Mrs. Cosway, after Maria Cosway, by V. Green, first state (Agnew), £68 5s. 

Presented by C. Morland Agnew, Esq. 

904 Mrs. Camac, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith (Agnew), £42. 

Presented by Miss Tidey. 

905 Tunbridge Wells in 1748, with table of characters represented, after Loggan 

(Mrs. Evans Jones), 14s. 

Presented by Lord De Maulay. 

906 Grandison : a set of six small plates, after Stothard ; and six others (P. S. 

Lawrence), £5. 

Presented by Jessie, Lady Camoys. 

907 The fisherman, and three others, after Pilliment, by P. C. Canot (B. Hanbury), 

£5 los. 

Presented by Mrs. Charles Lawrence. 
go8 Maria, after A. KauSman, by F. Bartolozzi ; and two others, printed in red 
(Hicks), £2 i2s. 6d. 

Presented by the Rev. Lewis Gilbertson. 

909 The Ma?k, after Reynolds, by L. Schiavonetti, proof before letters, touched : 

and The Ghost, after Wes all, by the same, in bistre (Sir J. Coteman), 
£21. 

Presented by Max J. Bonn, Esq. 

910 Village girl sh Uing peas ; and Gathering nuts, after R. W. Bigg, by P. W. 

Tomkins, proof before letters, in bistre (Ellis & Smith), £19 19s. 
Presented by J. Davis, Esq. 

911 The Rt. Hon. William Pitt, after Gainsborough Dupont, by F. Bairtolozzi, 

proof before letters (J. Davis), £2 2S. 

Presented by Philip Fussell, Esq. 

912 Lord Nelson on board the San Joief, after and by D. Orme ; and William 

Pitt, after Gainsborough, by Sherwin (Mrs. Turner Miller), £2. 
Presented by George Jameson, Esq. 

913 The Battle of Copenhagen, after T. Whitcombe, by Wells and Chesham ; 

and two plates of the Battle of Waterloo, by Bromley and Willmore 
(Parker), £5. 

Presented by E. Crisp, Esq. 

914 Fox-hunting subjects, after J. Seymour, by T. Burford, a set of four (Amor), 

£7 7s. 

Presented by Lady Paget. 

915 The Duchess of Suffolk ; the La^ly Audley ; and two others, after H. 

Holbein, by Bartolozzi, printed in colours (Seward), £2 5s. 
Presented by the Dowager Marchioness of Linlithgow. 

916 Hans Holbein and his wife, after H. Holbein, by F. Bartolozzi, printed in 

colours (Seward), £1 los. 

Presented by Alfred Phillips, Esq. 

917 The Hon. Anne Bingham, after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Bartolozzi, printed 

in colours (Gibbs), £47 5s. 

Presented by Miss Curtler. 

918 Mrs. Duff, after R. Cosway, by J. Agar, in colours (Smith), £44 2S. 



44 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Presented by F. Pollard, Esq. 

919 Muscipiila, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Jones, printed in colours (Cox), 

£16 i6s. 

Presented by Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Laurence. 

920 Billy, the rat-killing dog, printed in colours (Rimell), £4 4s. 

Presented by Messrs. Ellis & Smith. 

921 The inspection of the Honourable Artillery Company, on the 22nd of Septem- 

ber, 1803, by Earl Harrington, after E. Dayes, by Mitan and Picket, 
printed in colours (C. B. Ellis), £16 i6s. 

Presented by Walter Burns, Esq. 

922 La Noce de VUlage, after N. A. Taunay, by Descourtis, printed in colours 

(Barnard), £4 4s. 

Presented by the Lord Hylton. 

923 Le Petit Lever, after Moreau, by Reynolds, printed in colours (Mrs. Acton 

Davis), £2 15s. 

Presented by the Countess Bathurst. 

924 La Promenade du Matin ; Le Carquois Epuise ; and four other reproduc- 

tions, after Baudouin, Freudeberg, etc., on satin, coloured (C. Davis), 
£26 5s. 

Presented by W. G. Rathbone, Esq. 

925 Toilette pour le Bal, and Retour du Bal, after De Troy, by J. Beauverlet, 

a pair (Smith), £5 5s. 

926 La Terre, and Le Feu, after J. M. Nattier, by Balechou and J. Tardieu, 

a pair ; and A musical party, after Watteau, by Surugue (Huggins), £3 3s. 
Presented by Mrs. Ludwig Mond. 

927 Le Soldat en Semestre ; and Le Negociant Ambulant, after Freudeberg, 

by Ingouf, junr., a pair (L. Mond), £21. 



April 23, 1915. Christie's. 

Drawings. 

Presented by George H. Shepherd, Esq. 

1365 Fry, Roger, Chateau d'Argonges — 11JX16J (Mrs. Hodgkins), £5 15s. 6d. 

Presented by Frederic H. Shepherd, Esq. 

1366 Bayes, Walter, R.W.S., Notes on sand, five drawings in one frame (Mrs. 

Goad), £5 15s. 6d. 

Presented by W. M. Cundell, Esq. 

1367 Cundell, Henry, 1858, Ludgate Hill, sepia — 9ix7j (Cundell), £2 2S. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1368 Brock, C. E., R.L, 1915, The oldest inhabitant— io| x 13^ (Stevens & Brown), 

£16 i6s. 

Presented by H. Oppenheimer, Esq. 

1369 Hicks, L., In the Cathedral — 4ix5j (Helder), £15 15s. 

Presented by Miss Errington. 

1370 Leech, John, " Now, Jim, what are you waiting for ? " ; and Seven other 

studies, in two frames, pencil (Spencer), £6 i6s. 6d. 

1371 Leech, John, " Your bath is quite ready, ma'am " ; and nine other studies, 

in three frames, pencil (Spencer), £9 19s. 6d. 

Presented by Mrs. Alfred Morrison. 

1372 Meissonier, Juste Aurele, A design for Beauvais tapestry, sepia — iijxgj 

(Mrs. Schwabacher), £1 iis. 6d. 

Presented by Mrs. E. Meredith Hardy. 

1373 Barnard, J., 1882, Edwin Booth as "Richelieu" — 15^x11 (Rose), £1 is. 



Christie's.] April 23, 1915. 45 

Presented by T. Cubitt, Esq. 

1374 Tayler, E., The rose — 15 x 10 (L. J. Davis), £3 3s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1375 Calland, Eustace F., Summer; and Pine woods, a pair — 9txi3 (L. J. 

Davis), £2 2S. 

Presented by A. J. T. 

1376 East, Sir Alfred, R.A., A poppy field in Norfolk — 9X13I (Mjmall), £15 15s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1377 Braithwaite, C, A.R.H.A., The dyke — loj^x 14J (Mrs. Mclntyre), £1 iis. 6d. 

Presented by an Anonymous Donor. 

1378 Aldridge, F. J., 1884, Ships coming up the Thames — ii.X2i (Mrs. Strachan), 

£21. 

1379 Hardy, T. B., 1884, Margate — 12^x20 (Gall), £32 iis. 

1380 Kelly, R. G., 1856, A view on the Thames at London Bridge — iifxiS 

(Pinson), £28 7s. 

1381 Nicol, Erskine, A.R.A., 1859, The oysterman : a sketch — i2ix8 (W. G. 

Loyd), £2 I2S. 6d. 

Presented by J. D. W. 

1382 Smith, Carlton A., R.I., Near Littlehampton — 10x14 (Brown), £30 gs. 

Presented by A. J. Sanders, Esq. 

1383 Procter, Ernest, 1909, The fountain, Kensington Gardens — 16| x loj (Mrs. 

Schwabacher), £1 is. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1384 L'Aubini^re, Georgina M. de. Looking west, Portscatho : a suimy afternoon — 

19J X 13^ (Barnard), £4 4s. 

1385 Francis, Eva, 1896, Jackmanni — 11JX15 (Davis), £1 is. 

1386 Frames, Eva, 1904, Bignouia Venusta — lojx 14J (Lynn), £2 2S. 

1387 Francis, Eva, 1897, Apple blossom — 13JX16J (Davis), £2 12s. 6d. 

1388 Medlycott, Sir Hubert, 1914, Venice boats oS St. Giorgio — 8f xiij (L5mn> 

£18 i8s. 

Presented by the Misses White. 

1389 RoussofE, A. N., 1884, A side canal, Venice — loJxiS (C. M. Agnew), £26 5s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1390 Bowerley, Amelia M., A.R.E., In far-off seais — 11X18J (Lynn), £3 3s. 

Presented by Mr. and Mrs. F. du Cane Godman. 

1391 Wolf, J., Snow partridges from the Altai mountains ; Himalayan snow 

partridges, a pair ; illustrations to Gould's " Birds of Asia " — 13! x 19J 
(Davis), £1 IIS. 6d. 

Presented by His Eminence Cardinal Bourne. 

1392 Santini, D., The Cloisters of St. Paul's (outside the walls), Rome ; in parch- 

ment frame, tooled with gilt arabesques — 7^xiiJ (Brown), £11 os. 6d. 
Presented by the Artist. 

1393 McCormick, Arthur D., R.I., Deserters — 19x24 (Norworth), £11 iis. 

1394 Caffieri, H., R.I., Wild flowers — 14J x loj (Earl of Rosebery), £5 5s. 

1395 Ackerman, Gerald, R.I., Haymaking — 6J x 9I (Brown), £23 2S. 

1396 Thompson, H. Raymond, The Nativity — 8| x 14J (Mrs. Mclntyre), £1 iis. 6d. 

Presented by Miss Frank. 

1397 Medlycott, Sir Hubert, 1897, Ghent — i5jX9i (Brown), £9 9s. 

1398 Surtees, John, On the Sussex coast — 7J x 14! (Brown), £5 5s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1399 Smith, Carlton A., R.I., A Berkshire village — I4|X9} (Lazarus), £4 4s. 

Presented by Mrs. Charles Hopkins. 

1400 Watson, P. Fletcher, R.B.A., 1904, Kilpeck, Herefordshire — 16 x 10 (Tessier), 

£3 13s. 6d. 



46 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1401 MacDougall, Jessie, 1914, A Martello Tower on the roast of Ireland — 7ix 13 

(Lloyd), £10 los. 

1402 Faed, James, junr., 1907, A fine August in Glen Markie, Inverness-shire — 

6JX9i (Barnard), £8 8s. 

Presented by Mrs. Calthrop Calthrop. 

1403 Simpson, Henry, 1908, The Dardanelles ; and Palazzo Cadoro, 1915 ; in 

oils, on panel (Mrs. Baillie), £1 iis. 6d. 

Presented by Mrs. Howard Caine. 

1404 Mercier, Ruth, A gondolier — 14 x 11 J (Graham Harrison), £8 i8s. 6d. 

Presented by J. F. Tattersall, Esq. 

1405 Hyde, W., 1914, Autumn evening — 6j x 9! (Barnard), £8 8s. 

Presented by an Anonymous Donor. 

1406 Nash, J., The Palais de Justice, Rouen — 19JX 14 (Stebbing), £11 iis. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1407 Henry, James L., 1911, On the Simplon — 9^x13^ (Mrs. C. Michiel), £333. 

1408 Jex-Blake, Evangeline, The Quay at Concameau — lajxigi (Brown), £7 7s. 

1409 Buckingham and Chandos, The Duchess of, On the road to Balmacara : 

a brilliant day the end of October — 3JX 10 (Mclntyre), £1 iis. 6d. 
Presented by W. Fitz-Norman Ellis, Esq. 

1410 McCallum, A., In Memoriam : the Victorian reign — igi x 29J (Murray), 

£2 2S. 

1411 McCullum, A., 1910, Neptune's tribute : the sunset at Osborne during Queen 

Victoria's last moments, January 22, 1901 — i9jX29i (Hcpp), £1 iis. 6d. 
Presented by H. W. Bruton, Esq. 

1412 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., after. The mask; and The ghost, a pair — 7x9 

(Ravilions), £8 8s. 

Presented by Philip L. Agnew, Esq. 
1412A Townsend, F. H., 1915, For the wounded ; a cartoon for Punch, April 7, 
1915 ; pen and ink — isjxgj (Hon. A Stanley, presented to Christie's), 
£336. 

Presented by the Misses E. F. and M. Jackson. 

1413 Cattermole, C, An old man ; and Two figures, sepia (Mrs. Gray), £10 los. 

1414 Willarst, A. E. de, 1718, Landscapes with classical buildings and figures, 

a pair. Gouache — 10 x 7J (Spero), £6 i6s. 6d. 

MODERN PICTURES. 
Presented by the Misses E. F. and M. Jackson. 

1415 Cobbett, E. J., 1855, The Wool pickers — 36^x41! (Dlion), £15 15s. 

1416 Morland, A farmyard, with peasants, horse, and pigs — 26X33J (Maitland) 

£9 9S. 

1417 Witherington, W. F., R.A., 1861, Hars'esting in the Vale of Conway — 

R.A., 1861—25^x38 (Mitchell), £17 17s. 

1418 Witherington, W. F., R.A., 1855, The silent mole— R.A., 1855 — 25}X35J 

(Hacobian), £28 7s. 

Presented by W. Fitz-Norman Ellis, Esq. 

1419 McCallum, A., The taking of the third wall of Jerusalem by Titus — 65 x 113} 

(Osborne), £5 5s. 

1420 McCallum, A., 1890, The dew on the bracken : houses not made with hands — 

43ix6o (G. H. Wilson), £5 5s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1421 Buckingham and Chandos, The Duchess of. Loch Auchnahuisb, Duncraig, 

in water-colour — 9f Xi7| (Miss Pryor), £3 3s. 

1422 Dowie, Sybil, 1903, Head of a child — i6txi3j (Bride), £2 2S. 



Christie's.] April 23, 1915. 47 

Presented by an Anonymous Donor. 

1423 Bacchani, A., A lady, in blue — 49JX29 (Rhodes), £1 is. 

1424 Bacchaai, A., 1880, A girl — 49J x 28 (Rhodes), £1 is. 

PREiENTED BY WiLLIAM B. S. SulTH, ESQ. 

1425 Woolmer, A. J., Musidora — 23^x19^ (Rickmann), £12 12s. 

Presented by Mrs. Holman Hunt. 

1426 Brown, Ford Madox, 1847, Two children — 13JX16J (Jackson), £14 14s. 

Presented by the Misses Alma-Tadema. 

1427 Abna-Tadema, Sir L., R.A., A study of a Roman wall painting — 8| x 14 

(Mrs. C. Michil), £23 2S. 

Presented by F. S. Reynolds, Esq. 

1428 Pyne, J. B., A lake scene: Cumberland — 12^x17! (Vicars), £7 7s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1429 Barry, Claude F., R.B.A., 1914, Spring in Lombardy — 27J x 36 (Glanville), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

Presented by George H. Gabb, Esq. 

1430 Mulready, \V., R.A., Dorothea ; panel, arched top — 20 x 15* (Hawkins), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

Presented by G. Carr, Esq. 

1431 Coene, E., Market scene in Holland — 20x30 (Gladstone), £18 i8s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1432 Liddell, T. Hodgson, R.B.A., Springtime at Branscombe, Devon — 15JX12 

(Mrs. Barclay), £10 los. 

1433 Whitehead, Fred, Cottages in Poole Harbour — 10JX29J (Miss Baxter), 

£13 13s. 

Presented by Mrs. Martin H. Colnaghi. 

1434 Nittis, G. d , 1870, The return from the ball, panel — 9ix6J (Lynn), £9 9s. 

Presented by William J. Baker, Esq. 

1435 Radford, James, Windsor Park — 24J x 29^ (Chalmer), £6 6s. 

Presented by Mrs. Henry Newton. 

1436 Sant, James, R.A., Meditation, oval — 35iX27i (L. C. and R. C. Davis), 

£11 IIS. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1437 Macllwaine, J. A. S., R.H.A., 1912, Pasture land — 8|xiiJ (Houlton), 

£2 2S. 

1438 Walker, Francis S., R.H.A., The Vale of Apoca ; and Ellesland Farm by 

the Nith, a pair — 11x14! (Lynn), £10 los. 

Presented by an Anonymous Donor. 

1439 Bernhardt, Sarah, Parrots ; a framed autograph letter from the artist sold 

with the picture — 23 x 19 (Permain), £6 6s. 

Presented by Weedon Grossmith, Esq. 

1440 Archer, James, R.S.A., Henry Irving as Mathias in " The Bells," oval — 

2oiX26J (Mrs. Barton), £10 los. 

Presented by Sir Herbert Tree. 

1441 Folkard, Julia B., 1892, Mrs. Mary Anne Keeley, at the age of 86 — 24Xi9t 

(Gooden & Fox), £8 8s. 

Presented by Mrs. A. W. Skardon. 

1442 Condy, N. M., The interior of Charles Church, Plymouth— 17JX 13J (Hepp), 

£2 2S. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1443 Finch, H. H., Surprised — 24ix29j (Esk), £5 15s. 6d. 

1444 Leigh, R. J., An orchard in Hampshire — 17J x 21 (Mrs. Adderley), £3 13s. 6d. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



Presented by J. Luard Pattisson, Esq., C.B. 

1445 Bowen, Owen, A.R.C.A., On the Val, near Rotterdam — loj X 14J (Hawkins), 

£8 8s. 

Presented by Sir William Cospatrick Dunbar, Bart., C.B. 

1446 Gribble, B. F., Fishing boats: Stormy weather, panel — 11JX15J (Smith 

and Dunbar), £3 3s. 

1447 Ryder, Lady Isobel, 1891, Portrait of '• Morion," winner of the Royed Hunt 

Cup, 1890, and the Ascot Gold Cup, 1891, on Newmarket Heath, with a 
groom — i7jX23i (Lady H. Acland Hood), £6 6s. 

Presented by F. C. Williamson, Esq. 

1448 Arnold, Reginald E., R.B.A., The Cardinal's pet — 19^x23! (Hawkins), 

£4 4S. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1449 Hone, Nathaniel, R.H.A., The Dutch coast — 11X17J (Lazarus), £3 3s. 

Presented by W. Taylor, Esq. 

1450 Sargent, Louis, Basaltic shore : Trevail Cove, Cornwall — 31! x 39J (Earl of 

Rosebery), £3 3s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1451 Watson, W. Peter, R.B.A., By the Old Quay, Bosham— 8| x laj (Miss Baxter), 

£11 IIS. 

1452 Weiss, Jos^, A Sussex landscape — 13^x19! (Hemsley), £21. 

1453 Tayler, A. Chevallier, 1915, The hall of the Manor House, Hitchin ; the 

frame is the gift of Messrs. Phillips, of the Manor House, Hitchin — 25 x zij 
(Morgan), £15 15s. 

1454 Foottet, Fred. F., R.B.A., Rose shadows : An autumn morning — 19J X 23J 

(Port). £5 5s. 

1455 Humphris, W. H., The chess players — 35jX27i (Goodsir), £29 8s. 

1456 Henderson, Elsie M., Reflections — 24jX29i (Mrs. Goad), £5 5s. 

1457 Williams, Terrick, R.L, The shell gatherer, coast of Holland — 15JX27 

(Mrs. C. Michil), £16 i6s. 

1458 Robertson, W. Graham, R.B.A., 1914, A Christmas rose — 28 x 15J (Lynn), 

£4 4S. 

1459 Clifford, H. Charles, R.B.A., The road to church— ijjxigi (Hawkins), 

£5 5S. 

1460 Blaker, Hugh, R.B.A., Head of a girl — I9i x 15J (Teague), £2 12s. 6d. 

Presented by Sir Arthur W. Pinero. 

1461 Mathews, Charles James, The Beach Hotel, Littlehampton ; the artist is 

the celebrated actor and dramatist, 1803-1878 — 5 x 14 J (Home), £8 18s. 6d. 
Presented by O. H. Edinger, Esq. 

1462 Hahn, J., River scene, with three figures in a boat — loj x i6i (Gooden and 

Fox), £10 los. 

1463 Heimes.H., 1889, A canal scene with boats : Nieuport — 14J x lof (Ausbacher), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

Presented by J. Rolls Hoare, Esq. 

1464 Shayer, W. J., 1844, In full cry — 36i X47i (Mrs. Strachan), £71 8s. 

Presented by the Artist. 

1465 Glazebrook, Hugh de T., The Piave at Belluna ; and The old town, Antibes 

(Lazarus), £7 7s. 

Presented by Mrs. C. McQuadb. 

1466 Crome, A watermill — 45 x 36 (Harries), £3 13s. 6d. 

1467 Giacomelli, V., 1879, Columbus sighting land — 59x83 (Mrs. Barclay), £3 3s. 

Presented by Sir Jeremiah Colman, Bart. 

1468 Farquharson, David, A.R.A,, The peep of day — 20^x27 (Agnew), £39 i8s. 



Christie's.] April 23, 1915. 49 

Presented by Mrs. Nettleship. 

1469 Nettleship, J. T., 1898, A tiger— 21 X36J (.Mrs. Murray), £4 4s. 

Presented by Mrs. B. L. Farjeon. 

1470 JefEerson, J., igoi, The duck pond — 19* x 29 (Mrs. Melville), £4 14s. 6d. 

Presented by Anonymous Donors. 

1471 Henshall, J., The entrance to Warwick — 14J x igj (Hawkins), £8 8s. 

1472 Hofland, T. C, A view from Richmond Hill — 12J x 17 (Mrs. Barclay), £27 6s. 

1473 Hilder, R., A stream with a rustic bridge and cottages ; and A landscape 

with a watermill, on panel (Spoor), £5 15s. 6d. 

1474 Ladbrooke, J. B., A woody stream, with cattle near a bridge — i6tX2ol 

(Mrs. Pankhurst), £5 15s. 6d. 

1475 Nasmyth School. A landscape with a pool, and three peasants near a sandy 

bank — 12x17^ (Miss Bumaby), £3 13s. 6d. 

1476 Norwich School. A forest scene, with a cottage ; and A river scene, ?rith 

a windmill, panel (Rickmann), £4 4s. 

1477 Staimard, J., View on a river with barges — i6f x 22^ (Teague), £6 i6s. 6d. 

1478 Barker, B., Hilly landscape, with peasants and cattle in the foreground — 

14JX23J (Pennant), £5 15s. 6d. 

1479 Barker, B., A woodland road, with cart and figures — 20J x i6i (Bond), 

£4 4S. 

1480 Crome, J. B., The watering-place, on panel — i5lx 19! (Loyd), £4 4s. 

OLD PICTURES. 
Presented by J. Y. F. Cooke, Esq. 

1481 Wouverman School. A stable, with figures and horses, panel — 8^ x loj 

(Eland), £5 5s. 

Presented bv Edw.\rd Knoblouch, Esq. 

1482 Dance, N., R.A., Captain James Cook, R.N., navigator and discoverer, in 

naval uniform, seated behind a stone balustrade, studying a map ; a 
gUmpse of the sea with stiipping on the right — 37* x 52^ (Colnaghi and 
Obach), £54 I2S. 

Presented by Lady Poltimore. 

1483 Breughel, Landscape, with the Madomia and Child ; and The calling of 

Nathaniel ; a pair, on copper — 6Jx8i (Graham Niven), £18 r8s. 
Presented by Anonymous Donors. 

1484 Droogsloot, J. C, Town on a river, with numerous peasants merry-making 

in the foreground ; signed with monogram and dated 1643, panel — 
i8X34i (Baird Carter), £68 5s. 

1485 Opie, J., R.A., after, Mrs. Opie, in white dress with large hat trimmed with 

white feathers — 29 x 23 (R. C. and L. C. Davis), £10 los. 
i486 Verendael, N., Fruit and still life on a slab, panel — 20 x i6i (Barclay), £26 js. 
Presented by Mrs. M. Thorold. 

1487 Pine, R. Edge, David Garrick, in green coat with red collar and yellow vest 

with white frills — 35JX aSi (Agnew), £15 15s. 

Presented by Mrs. Alfred Morrison. 

1488 Devis, The Marquess and Marchioness of Bute standing on a terrace ; 

masquerade figures in the background — 17JX14 (Miss Denison), £9 9s. 
Presented bv F. A. White, Esq. 

1489 Breemberg, B., A view in Rome, with ruins, market figures and animals, 

on copper — i5jx2ii (Harman), £23 2s. 

Presented by Jules de Castro, Esq. 

1490 Netscher, C. Jupiter and Calisto — 2oixi6i (Pollak), £25 4s. 

Presented by .Ma.x Michaelis, Esq. 

1491 Ibbetson, J. C, A homestead: a landscape with a thatched cottage, farm 

waggon, figures, and pigs — 15JX23 (Agnew), £50 8s. 

4 



50 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Presented by Messrs. P. and D. Colnaghi and Obach. 

1492 Wouverman, P. , The outskirts of a town, with a horse fair — 18 J x 24i (Colnaghi 

and Obach), £44 2s. 

Presented by Frank Lloyd, Esq. 

1493 Benden, John, Queen Victoria, in white satin dress, wearing the insignia 

of the Garter — ^gj x 24 (Green), £7 7s. 

Presented by the Rt. Hon. Laurence Hardy, M.P. 

1494 Titian, The Holy Family, with St. John in a landscape — 21^x28^ (Joicey), 

£231. 

Presented by Thomas Baring, Esq. 

1495 Champaigne, P. de, Gentleman in black dress, by a table, resting his right 

hand on a book ; red curtain background, with coat-of-arms — 4if x 29I 
(Littleton), £47 5s. 

Presented by E. Hockxiffe, Esq. 

1496 Wych, Th., The siege of a Flemish town at the end of the 17th century — 

20 X 25 (de Tovar), £4 4s. 

Presented by Mrs. Lindesay Brine. 

1497 Sacchi, Andrea, The mystic marriage of St. Catherine, panel — 19JX16 

(Miss Davison), £35 14s. 

Presented by Mrs. M. L. Raikes. 

1498 Valkenborch, D., Dead game, and a sporting gun, in a landscape — 42x48 

(Miss Cooper), £6 6s. 

Presented by Mrs. Newton. 

1499 Early Flemish School. The Crucifixion, with saints and angels, panel — 10 x 5J 

(de Fontaine), £6 6s. 

Presented by Miss Laurence Alma-Tadema. 

1500 Steenwych, N., Still life : an assemblage of trophies, with a print of Charles I, 

panel — 40-JX32 (Parsons), £2 2S. 

Presented by Walter Toynbee, Esq. 

1501 Carracci, Gentleman in black dress, with white lawn collar ; on copper, 

oval — 4X3J (Miss Adderley), £8 iSs. 6d. 

Presented bv Miss A. Sutherland. 

1502 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., after. Portrait of Mrs. Lauzun, by Miss A. Suther- 

land — 28i X 23I (Blairmann), £3 3s. 

Presented by the Lady Ermyntrude Malet. 

1503 Flemish School. A lady, said to be Mary, Queen of Scots, in rich dress ; 

in carved gilt frame, with a coat-of-arms, and surmounted by two cupids 
bearing a crown, panel— 9I x 7J (Robinson & Williams), £21. 
Presented by J. F. Tattersall, Esq. 

1504 Pannigiano, Venus and the Graces bathing — 19x13 (LjTm), £5 15s. 6d. 

Presented by Anonymous Donors. 

1505 Early Florentine School. A Triptych, with the Annunciation in the centre, 

the Crucifixion and Saints on the wings; panel, centrepiece — iixsf 
(Wagner), £29 8s. 

1506 Messina, Antonello de, after. The Crucifixion, by Charlotte J. Weeks, panel — 

17x10 (Miss Davison), £8 8s. 

Presented by T. Humphry Ward, Esq. 

1507 Ladbrooke, R., A woodland scene, with fishermen — 20J x 15 (Gurney), 

£10 los. 

1508 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., A ferret — 6Jxioi (Archdale), £5 5s. 

1509 Ward, J., R.A., A young horse — 8 x 10 (Teague), £3 3s. 

1510 Wilson, R., R.A., Willesden Church — 2if ;c 23J (Sir G. Laking), £29 8s. 



Christie's.] April 23, 1915. 51 

Presented by William Towle, Esq. 

1511 Canaletto School. Piazza of St. Mark's, with numerous boats, gondolas and 

figures— 37 ;c 75 (Leger), £19 19s. 

Presented by James Burton, Esq., Mayor of Gloucester. 

1512 Mans, F. H., Town on a river, with boats and numerous figures — 30x24} 

(Cecil), £26 5S. 
Presented by an Anonymous Donor, " A Widow's Mite." 

1513 Wette, G. de, Moses striking the rock, panel — jfx 24J (Teague), £3 3s. 

Presented by C. H. F. Kinderman, Esq. 

1514 Baptiste, Flowers and fruit, a pair — 27I x 26^ (Van Andreae), £25 4s. 

Presented by Matthew Raine Thompson, Esq. 

1515 Crespi, Giuseppe, The incredulity of St. Thomas — 60 x 45 (Teague), £5 5s. 



April 16, 1915. Puttick's. 

Engravings. 

In Portfolio. 
24 View of the Pa\-ilion and Steyne, at Brighton, by Stadler, after Craig, aquatint 

in colours (Leonard), £3. 
34 Boy with cabbage nets, by C. Hardy, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint, 

in colours (Leonard), £2. 
36 Spring ; and Summer, by and after J. Peirson, ovals, in colours (Holliday), 

£4. 
56 Leicestershire covers, after H. Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set of four (Fores), 

£.v 

61 Fisherman's return, by Barney, after Wheatley, in colours (Drake), £8. 
71 Fos-hTinting, after Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set of four (Fores), £2. 
73 View of the Cape of Good Hope and battle previous to the surrender, by E. 
Orme, after Wm. Craig, aquatint, in colours (Edwards), £4 los. 

91 Congress at Vienna, by Godefroy, after Isabey (Torar), £1 15s. 

92 The same (Torar), £1. 

100 George Morland, by W. Ward, mezzotint (Beechem), £2. 

101 Countess of Euston, by C. Wilkin, after Hoppner (Lee), £1 5s. 

102 Lady Catherine Howard, by Wilkin, after Hoppner (Lee), £1 los. 

103 Lady Gertrude Villiers, by and after C. Wilkin (Lee), £1 5s. 

104 Lady Charlotte Campbell, by and after the same (Lee), £2 2S. 

105 Marie .Antoinette, by Keating, after de Brehan, oval, in colours (Barnard), 

£1 2S. 6d. 

108 The spill, after Northcote, mezzotint, oval, framed (Lewis), £3 5s. 

109 Serena (Miss Sneyd), by J. Jones, after Roinney, mezzotint, ditto (Lewis), 

£1 15s. 

110 A peasant girl, by Say, after Rembrandt, mezzotint, in colours, ditto (Brail), 

£2 5S. 

138 Labour and health, by T. Gaugain, after Barker, in colours (Drake), £5 15s. 

139 Industry, by C. Knight, after G. Morland, oval, in brown (Leonard), £4 5s. 

140 High-mettled racer, after .Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set of six (Holland), 

£6. 
142 The roadsters, published by G. S. Tregear, aquatint, in colours (Edwards), 

£2 5S. 
148 X\'IIth Light Dragoons (Lancers) review order, by J. Harris, after H. de 

Daubrawa, aquatint, in colours (Edwards), £1 7s. 6d. 



52 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

149 The Brighton day nudls passing over Hookwood Common, by C. Hunt, after 

J. Shayer, aquatint, in colours (Drake), £14 14s. 
172 The hard bargain, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, meszotint, in colotirs 

(Drake), £61 19s. 

Framed. 

190 Felina, by J. CoUyer, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint, in colours (Charles) 

£8 8s. 

191 Expectation, by VV. Ward, oval, in colours (Leonard), £3 3s. 

193 Fox-hunting, by Sutherland, after Aiken, aquatints, in colours, varnished 

set of four (BIythe), £3 15s. 
195 Lady Keppell, by E. Fisher, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Thomas), £1 12s. 6d. 

197 Hope, after Adam Buck, in colours (Thomas), £1 los. 

198 Psyche going to bathe and dress, by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, ovals, pair 

(Thomas), £1 15s. 
202 Major-Gcneral Sir Huss' y Vivian, by H. Meyer, after M. A. Shee, mezzotint 

(Rimell), £5. 
204 Braintree market, by Reeve, after R. Crane, aquatint, in colours, varnished 

(VValford), £2 los. 
209 View of the town and port of Dover, by Stadler, after Bethell, aquatint, in 

colours (Parker), £2 15s. 

213 North Walsham race, by Fairland, after G. Fenn, lithograph, in colours, 

proof (Forest), £3 5s. 

214 Norfolk and Sufiolk steeplechase, by and after the same, lithographs, in 

colours, pair (Cores), £5 los. 

218 Grand Leicestershire steeplechase, after H. Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set 

of eight (Holliday), £5. 

219 Quand I'Hymen dort I'Amour Veille, oval, in colours (Drake), £1 7s. 6d. 
223 Short, Frank, Portrait of Robert Bums, after Nasmyth, mezzotint, signed 

proof (Willement), £1 17s. 6d. 



April 30, 1915. Puttick's. 

Engravings comprising Fancy Subjects, Portraits, 
Sporting Subjects in colours, etc.. Modern Etchings, and 
Water-colour Drawings. 

In Portfolio. 

8 Mrs. Banks, by H. Scott Bridgwater, mezzotint, signed proof (Burch), 

£1 lOS. 

9 The Gower family (Marquess of Stafford's childrenj, by T. G. Appleton, after 

G. Romney, mezzotint, signed proof (Reading), £9 19s. 6d. 

10 Princess Sophia, by T. L. Atkinson, mezzotint, signed proof (Dell), 19s. 

11 Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick, as " Nature," by R. Jackson, mezzotint, signed 

proof (Dell), £1. 

12 Lady Caroline Montague, by S. Cousins, after Reynolds, mezzotint, lettered 

proof (Dell), £1 4s. 

13 Hope nursing Love, by R. Josey, mezzotint, signed proof (Dell), £1 7s. 6d. 

14 Prince Stuart, by A. J. Skrimshire, mezzotint, in colours, signed proof (Stewart), 

los. 

15 Ladies Waldegrave, by Shury, after RejTiolds, mezzotint, proof before letters 

(Leggatt), £4 los. 

16 Lady Ann Fitzpatrick, by S. Cousins, after Reynolds, proof, mezzotint (Dell), 

£2. 



Puttick's.] April 30, 1915. 53 

17 Muscipula, by and after the same, mezzotint, signed proof (Dell), £1 15s. 

18 Lavinia, Countess Spencer, by and after the same, mezzotint, proof (Dell), 

£1 lOS. 

J9 Muscipula, by and after the same, mezzotint, signed proof (Wells), i8s. 

20 Countess Speacer, by and after the same, mezzotint, signed proof (F. 

Thornton), £i los. 
ai Lady Bingham, by and after the same, lettered proof, mezzotint (F. Thornton), 

14s. 

22 Lavinia, Countess Spencer, by and after the same, mezzotint, signed proof 

( ), I2S. 

23 Miss Bowles, by and after the same, mezzotint, lettered proof (Gould), 14s. 

24 Countess Spencer, by and after the same, mezzotint, proof before title (Gould), 

I2S. 

25 Hon. Anne Bingham, by and after the same, mezzotint, lettered proof (Gould), 

I2S. 

26 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, The vicarage, signed proof (Brail), £1 2S. 6d. 

27 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, A likely place for salmon, trial proof, signed (Barnard), 

£1 5S. 

28 Haden, Sir F. Seymovu", Two asses, signed proof (ileatyard), £1 6s. 

30 Countess of Euston, by E. M. Hester, after J. Hoppner, mezzotint, in colours, 

signed proof (Gould), £1. 

31 Short, Sir Frank, R.A., The Solway : Midday, signed proof (Taylor), £2 12s. 6d. 

32 Short, Sir Frank, R.A., Span of old Battersea bridge, mezzotint, signed proof 

(Gould), £4 7s. 6d. 

33 Boxer, P. Noel, MacNab, signed proof (Gould), 8s. 

34 Gaskell, Percival, Mouth of the Wye, signed proof (Dighton), £1 ;s. 6d. 

35 Gaskell, Percival, Naiad's hour, signed proof (Gould), £1 5s. 

36 Gaskell, Percival, Poole harbour, signed proof (Gould), £2 17s. 6d. 

37 Roussel, Theodore, Monte Carlo, signed proof (Gould), £3 5s. 

38 Whistler, J. McN., BilUngsgate (Neumeyer), 15s. 

39 Wilson, Sidney E., Hon. Mrs. Graham, after T. Gainsborough, mezzotint, 

in colours, signed proof (Gould), £6 6s. 

40 Wilson, Sydney E., Nina, after J. B. Greuze, mezzotint, signed proof (Gould), 

£1 10s. 

Framed. 

41 Wilson, Sydney E., Lady Smythe and children, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

mezzotint, signed proof (Macdonald), £2 5s. 
4i, Lady Charlotte Duncombe, by H. Scott Bridgwater, mezzotint, signed proof 
(Colnaghi), £2 los. 

43 Miss Beresford, by Joseph B. Pratt, mezzotint, signed proof (Thomas), £1 15s. 

44 Duchess of Gloucester, by Joseph B. Pratt, mezzotint, signed proof (Thomas), 

£t 5S. 

45 .Miss Penelope Boothby, by Samuel Cousins, after Reynolds, mezzotint 

(Stuart), 6s. 

46 Age of innocence, by and after the same, ditto (Dighton), 8s. 

47 Clarissa, by Lagviillermie, after Millais, signed remarque artist's proof, on 

vellum, and another (Coombes), los. 

48 The haywain, by Brunet-Debaines, after Constable, signed proof, on vellum 

(Moses), £1 los. 

49 Temple oi Eros, after H. Schmalz, signed proof (Dighton), 5s. 

50 Zeyra. by Samuel Cousins, after Lc.rd Leigbton, P.R..^., mezzotint, signed 

artist's proof (Wells), iSs. 

51 Biondina, by and after the same, mezzotint, signed artist's proof (Thomas)* 

£1 I2S. 6d. 



54 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

53 Cricket : Oxford and Cambridge ; Eton and Harrow at Lords ; " Stumps 

Drawn " ; and Henley (4), all after Dickinson, and keys for same (Seton), 
£1 5s. 

In Portfolio. 

54 Le coucher, by C. Kellaway, after Vanloo, in colours (Barnard), los. 

55 The wife of Bath, by Thos. Gaugain, in colours (Suckling), 14s. 

56 Hogarth. Before and after, early impressions, pair (Cohen), 10s. 

58 The Life Guards, by J. Harris, after Henry Martens, in colours (Suckling), 

15s. 

59 The romps ; and The truants, after W. R. Bigg, pair (Suckling), £2 los. 
63 Mansion House dinner tickets, 1796 (2), by Bartolozzi (Barnard), r2S. 

65 Henry, Earl Beauchamp, as Colonel of Hussars, aquatint, in colours, after 

Daubrawa (Suckling), 13s. 
95 J. Hanway, by R. Dunkarton, after E. Edwards, mezzotint (Brail), £1. 

98 Madam Wright, and Miss Palmer, by Faber, mezzotints (Brail), i6s. 

99 George II, and Queen Caroline, by J. Faber, after Hudson and Vanderbank, 

mezzotints, pair (Brail), £1 7s. 6d. 
loi George J. Cholmondeley, by J. Jones, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint 

(Gregory), £1 7s. 6d. 
102 Phillip Affleck, by J. Young, after E. Penny, mezzotint (Gregory), £1 15s. 

160 New Zealand : Charlotte Sound, by F. Jukes, aquatint, in colours (Barnard), 

£1 15s. 

161 Sidney Harbour, with East India ship Mellish, by E. Duncan (Maggs), £1 is. 

162 Sierra Leone, by E. Duncan, aquatint (Francis), i8s. 

164 Africa : Dixcove, by J. Hill, aquatint, in colours (Francis), £1 12s. 6d. 

167 Gulf of St. Lawrence, by P. Canot (Francis), £1 4s. 

168 New York : The city on fire, coloured (Barnard), £i. 

169 View of Quebec from the Bason, by P. C. Canot, coloured ( ), £1 15s. 

170 Snow-shoeing near Quebec, and companion, lithographs ( ), £1 2S. 

171 Map of the St. Lawrence, 1719 (Francis), iSs. 

173 To\vn and harbour of St. Thomas, West Indies, and St. George, Grenada 
{ ), £1 4S. 

175 View of the fortress of Cronemberg, by J. Merigot, aquatint ( ), i6s. 

176 The island and forts of St. Helena, by Lieut. R. P. Read, coloured (Francis), 

93. 

184 Kew Palace, by Sutherland, after Glendall, aquatint, in colours (Davis), £3. 

185 An island on the Thames, near Park Place ; Wallingford Castle ; Thames at 

Streatley ; and Windsor Castle, by and after Havell, aquatints, in colours 
(Wells), £6. 
195 Fox-hunting, by and after Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set of four (Dell), 
£5 5s. 

197 Partridge shooting, near Windsor ; and Pheasant shooting, near Uxbridge, 

by and after Havell, aquatints, in colours, pair (Leggatt), £5 15s. 6d. 

198 Review in Hyde Park, by J. Scriven and J. Hill, after A. Sauersvied, aqua- 

tint, in colours, on strainer Pollard), £12 12s. 

199 Shooting : Partridge, Woodcock, Grouse, and Pheasant, by Pollard, after 

Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set of four (Foster), £5 13s. 6d. 
aoo Fox-hunting : Reynard breaking cover ; and Coming in to the death, by 

and after Wolsteuholme, aquatints, in colours, with untrimmed margins, 

pair (Wells), £17 17s. 
301 Duke of Beaufort's coach, by Hunt, after Shayer, aquatint, in colours (Pollard), 
£2 2S. 



Puttick's.] April 30, 1915- 55 

203 Fox-hunting, by Bentley, after Aiken (4), aquatints, in colours (Foster), 
£6 15s. 

205 Fishing : Bolton Abbey, lithograph, in colours (Davis), £2. 

206 Glorious first of June, 1794, by Medland. after R. Cloveley, pair (Parker), 
: ! £1 los. 

222 Theatrical scene, by Finlayson, by Zoflfany, mezzotint, proof (Brali), iis. 
326 Diana, by Bovi, after Cipriani, in colours (Foster), £2 7s. 6d. 

227 Invention ; Design ; Composition ; and Colouring, by F. Bartolozzi, after 

A. Kauffman, ovals, in brown, set of four (Lindow), £2 12s. 6d. 

228 Courtship ; and Matrimony, after W. Williams, aquatints, in colours, pair 

(ElUs), £1. 

After R. Cosway. 

229 Mrs. Fitzherbert, by J. Conde (Dell), £13 13s. 

230 Countess of Sefton, by VV. Dickinson, proof in red (Foster), £1 ids. 

231 Mrs. Caleb Whiteford, by Minasi (Rylatt), £1 los. 

232 Madame Recamier, by A. Cardon (Foster), £5 5s. 

233 Mrs. Duff, by J. Agar (Dell), £5 5s. 

234 Venus and Adonis, by Bartolozzi, oval proof (Rylatt), £1 10s. 



235 The shepherd, by W. Barnard, after G. Morland, mezzotint, in colours (Gould), 

£6 6s. 

236 " Dressing for the masquerade", Laetitia series, by J. R. Smith, after 

Morland, in colours (Maggs), £6 16s. 6d. 

237 Fishermen going out, by S. W. Reynolds, after G. Morland, mezzotint (Brail), 

£3 los. 

238 Fisherman's hut, by J. R. Smith, after G. Morland, mezzotint, in colours 

(HoUiday), £44 2S. 

239 The country butcher, by T. Gosse, after G. Morland, mezzotint (Brail), £4. 

240 Return from market, by J. R. Smith, after Morland, mezzotint (Maggs), 

£3 15s. 

Framed. 

241 General Bonaparte, mezzotint, in colours. Published Deer. 11, 1800, by 

J. Le Petit, Latimer House, Hammersmith, near London (Parker), 
£3 13s. 6d. 

242 Sir Joshua Reynolds, by V. Green, after himself, mezzotint, second state 

( ), £1 2S. 6d. 

243 The sorrows of war, by W. Nutter, after H. Singleton, in colours (Daniell), 

£4 5s. 

244 The dream, by J. R. Smith, after R. Westall, in colours (Daniell), £3 los. 6d. 

245 Lord Newton, by C. Turner, after Sir H. Raebum, mezzotint (Daniell), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

246 The hunter's stable, by and after J. Whessell (Daniell), i8s. 

247 Rt. Hon. Sir J. E. Wilmot, by Heath, after Dance, oval, in colours (Grace), 

£1 lOS. 

248 The kite entangled, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, mezzotint, in colours 

(Gould), £10 los. 

249 Angelica KauSman, by Bartolozzi, after Reynolds, oval (White), 14s. 

250 Sleeping nymph, by Simon, after Opie (White), 14s. 

251 Maternal love, by P. W. Tomkins, after J. Russell, oval (White), £1 4s. 

252 Lady Catherine Beauclerc, by Bartolozzi, after F. Cotes, oval, in red (White), 

i8s. 

253 Harmony, by Adam, after Hoppner, oval, in brown (White), £1 17s. 6d. 

254 Lord Burghersh, by Bartolozzi, after Reynolds (White), £1 7s. 6d. 



56 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

255 The mother's pride, by A. Cardon, after W. Lodder, in colours (Gould), £3. 

264 Education, by W. Bond, after Singleton (More), lis. 

266 Mrs. Sheridan, after Gainsborough, lithograph (White), 14s. 

267 Duchess of Devonshire, after the same, lithograph (White), 14s. 

270 View of Miramichi, by Paul Sandby, after Capt. Hervey Smyth (Pollard), 

£4. 

271 Fox-hunting, by and after VVolstenholme, aquatints, in colours, set of four, 

varnished (Blythe), £6 6s. 

272 A hurdle race, after Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set of four (Levine), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

273 Mail coaches in snow, flood, and thunderstorm, after J. Pollard, aquatints, 

in colours, set of four (Levine), £2 12s. 6d. 
874 Cambridge Telegraph, by Hunt, after Pollard, aquatint, in colours (LcNine), 
£2 5S. 

275 Racehorse, " Mendicant," by Mackrel. after Herring, aquatint, in colour 

(Tilling), i8s. 

276 Racehorse, " Blue Gown," by Summers, after H. Hall, aquatint, in colours 

(Tilling), i8s. 
278 His Majesty reviewing the Third or Prince of Wales Regiment of Dragoon 
Guards, by J. Ward, after Sir W. Beechey, mezzotint, in colours (Pollard), 
£12 I2S. 
297 Fox-hunting, three strips, aquatints, in colours, varnished (Cowie), i8s. 
280 The " Elephant and Castle," with stage coaches, after J. Pollard, in colours 
(Homewood), £1 los. 

DRAWINGS. 
In Portfolio. 

287 Aiken, Henry, A few ideas on hunting : a set of twelve pencil drawings, in 

two books. These are the original pencil drawings by the artist for the 
lithographer, on back of the drawings are the lithographs (Challen), 
£10 lOS. 

288 Pocock, N., 1786, Bristol harbour (Wells), £4 15s. 

289 Pocock, N., 1786, Weston-super-Mare (Wells), £3 15s. 

Framed. 

304 Leech, John, The fight, an illustration to Dickens, in pencU ( ), £6. 

305 Leech, John, Burglar and coal, coal scuttle ; Arrival of husband's boat at 

Margate ; New Zealander collecting taxes ; and Gentleman on return 
from Epsom, four pencil drawings in one frame ( ), £2 los. 



April 30, 1 9 15, Christie's. 

Modern Pictures and Drawings, the property of Lieut. - 
Col. T. R. W. Davidson, The Mynde Park, Hereford ; the 
property of the late G. William Petter, Esq., Leeholme, 
Bournemouth ; and Modern Pictures and Water-colour 
Drawings, the property- of the late R. J. Ward, Esq., 7, 
Lindum Terrace, Lincoln ; and from other sources. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Fripp, George A., The Bale d'lcart — 14! x 2it (Cooling), £6 6s. 

2 Fripp, George A., Bay on the coast of Serk : The Port du Moulin — 14J x 2ii 

(Pawsey & Payne), £8 8s. 

3 Fripp, George A., 1872, On the Couple, Isle of Serk: Morning — i3iX24i 

(Mitchell), £8 8s. 



Christie's.] April 30, 1915. 57 

4 Fripp, George A., 1872, The Antelets — I4J>-, 2i| (Johnson), £6 i6s. 6d. 

5 Fripp, George A., 1872, Isle of Brechou — 14x20^ (Johnson), £6 i6s. 6d. 

6 Fripp, George A., 1872, At Serk : Cottages on the road to Coupee — roj x 16I 

(Mitchell), £6 6s. 

7 Fripp, George A., Hazy day: North-west point of Serk — 9^x13! (Pawsey 

and Payne), £7 17s. 6d. 

8 Fripp, George A., Cottages above Baie du Jounnont : a flock of sheep in a 

road — gix isJ (Pawsey & Payne), £6 i5s. 6d. 

9 Fripp, George A., 1872, The Tintagues at Serk: Sunset — 10x14 (Johnson) 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 
10 BoningtOQ, R. P., on the Lagoons — 7jx loi (.Mitchell), £7 17s. 6d. 
14 Kruseman, F., 1869. Flemish winter scene: Sunset — 27x39 (James), £4 4s. 

16 Tissot, J. J., Un Souper sous le Directoire — 27* x 22^ (Gooden & Fox), 

£54 I2S. 

Property of the late G. William Petter, Esq., Leeholme, 
Bournemouth. 

DRAWINGS. 

17 Bennett, W., 1855, The Upper Lake of Killamey, Ireland — 30x51 (Crocker), 

£13 13s- 

18 Bonington, R. P., Henry IV (King of France) receiving the Spanish Ambas- 

sador — 9I x 12 (T. Gomer), £3 3s. 

19 Cox, D., View near Chepstow, with figures among trees in the foreground — 

8 X 13 (Mullen), £17 17s. 
ai Hunt, W., A peacock ; and Dead game, by G. Saxon, 1879 (Pawsey & Payne), 

£2 2S. 

22 Knewstub, W. J., Tee-to-tum — 10 x 8 (Martin), £1 is. 

23 Robson, G. F., A lake in Argyllshire — 29x48 (Bowden), £5 5s. 

PICTURES. 

24 Bale, G., 1887, Fruit and still life — 27 x 35J (James), £2 2S. 

25 Clint, A., 1869, Littlehampton harbour — 39^ x 56J (James), £9 9s. 

27 Horsley, J. C, R..A., 1877, Someone at the door ; and Still life, by A. P.. 
Sworn, 1886 (James), £7 17s. 6d. 

29 Lehmann, Rudolf, A Roman balcony during carnival — 41 x 56 (Rose), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

DRAWINGS. 
W. Nicholson. 

30 Magdalen Grammar School, Oxford — 133x11 (Gooden & Fox), £1 5s. 

31 University College, Oxford— 10 x 13J (Bacon), £3 13s. 6d. 

32 Worcester College, Oxford — ioJxi2i (Oppe), £2 12s. 6d. 

33 Wadham College, Oxford — lojx 13 (Oppe), £3 3s. 

34 Queen's College, Oxford — 14JX11J (Pawsey & Payne), £9 19s. 6d. 

35 The lawn: St. John's College, Oxford — 9I-X12 (Dr. Maynard), £1 lis. 6d. 

36 All Souls' gateway, Oxford — isjxioj- (Pawsey & Payne), £9 9s. 

37 Wadham College, Oxford : Garden front — loj x 13! (Carfax & Co.), £4 4s. 

38 Merton CoUege, Oxford — 13JX9I (Bacon), £5 5s. 

39 Bodleian Library, Oxford — io|xi3 (Oppe), £7 7s. 

40 Hankey, W. Lee, Jealousy: Etaples — 17X13J (W. C. Johnson), £3 3s. 

41 Duncan, E., 1859, The ruined castle — 7}x 19J (T. R. Johnson), £4 4s. 
41A Nicholson, W., Christchurch, Oxford : Four Tower (Maynard), £11 us. 

42 Brabazon, H. B., An Italian seaside place — 9 x 11 (Pawsey &■ Payne), 

£5 15s. 6d. 



58 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

43 Brabazon, H. B., From " Oaklands," Sedlescombe, Surrey — 6iX9f (Gooden 

and Fox), £2 2S. 

44 Brabazon, H. B., Studies of flowers (White), £2 I2S. Gd. 

45 North, J. W., A.R.A., Under the greenwood tree — 25 x 35 (Bowden), £23 rs. 

46 Coop, Hubert, " And all was stillness save the sea-birds' cry " — 14^ x 19 

(Turner), £3 13s. 6d. 

47 Robinson, Gregory, 1904, RoEtming home — 29JX20I (Turner), £4 14s. 6d. 

48 Barret, G., Classical bay scene, with warriors — 11x13 (Sampson), £3 3s. 

PICTURES. 

49 Chattock, R. S., Under the silver moon — 11 x 17 (Port), £i 5s. 

50 Seel, A., 1881, A Moorish sentinel — 36^ x 22* (Mullen), £7 7s. 

51 Michaelson, A., Reading the Bible — 29I x 24J (Andrade), £2. 

52 Schloesser, Carl, The refectory — 20J x 28| (Cassell), £6 6s. 

53 Schloesser, Carl, The studio of Vermeer, after Vermeer — 47i x 37 (Maynard), 

£2 2S. 

54 Etty, W., R.A., Study of a female figure, panel — 28ix io| (Maynard), £4 4s. 

55 Nicholson, W., Hawking — 343 x 28^ (D. Davis), £50 8s. 

56 Nicholson, W., 1902, The end of the Morris dance — 44J x 35J (Eyre), £56 143. 

57 Nicholson, W., 1902, The Morris dancer — 49J x 39J (Maynard). £39 i8s. 

58 Gore, S. F., Through the window — 19^ x 15* (Mrs. Wilson), £13 13s. 

59 Peploe, S. J., StUl life— i3i x iit (Eyre), £5 15s. 6d. 

60 Hornel, E. A., 1896, Scene in Japan, panel — 14JX12 (Sampson), £18 7s. 6d. 

61 Gore, S. F., Inside a music hall — 14! x 12 (H. B. Harrison), £21. 

62 Nicholson, W., 1910, A seascape — i2ixi5t (Mrs. Weldon), £16 i6s. 

63 Kennington, T. B., 1886, Arming for conquest — 16J x i2i (W. C. Johnson , 

£5 5S. 

64 Walden, Lionel, Boys on the quay: Dunkirk — I7ix23j (Bremner), £1 5s. 

65 Young, C, The flock — 16JX20J (W. C. Johnson), £3 3s. 

66 Grimshaw, Atkinson, 1873, Medea — 47x31 (Rose), £6 6s. 

67 Barnard, Fred, His first smoke — 28 x 2ii (Rose), £6 i6s. 6d. 

68 Long, Edwin, R.A., 1885-6, In the wilderness — 89^ x 59^ (Sampson), £99 15s 

69 Watson, W., 1897, Highland cattle : a pass in Glen Finart, Argyllshire — 

23x35! (Mitchell), £44 2s. 

70 Carmichael, J. W., 1864. Off the Dutch coast — 23jx35i (James), £7 7s. 

71 Firmin-Girard, Gathering roses — 21J x 14! (Sampson), £16 i6s. 

72 Radclyffe, C. W., The old foot-bridge, Ravenshaw, Solihull — 15J x 23J (James), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

73 Thors, J., 1858, Landscape, with children and flock of sheep — iSJxzjf 

(Mitchell), £5 15s. 6d. Ll1-'iO'.'i^ffii 

74 Ommcganck, B. P., 1819, Woody stream, with pastoral figures and animals, 

panel — 35 x 46^ (James), £9 gs. 

Property of the late F. G. Ivey, Esq., 73, Nightingale 
Lane, Clapham Common, S.W. 

DRAWINGS. 

75 Hardy, T. B., Rescued from Caister Bank — 25 x 41 (Cooling), £16 'i6s. 

76 Hardy, T. B., The South Foreland— SJ x 27! (Sir J. Colman), £9 gs. 

77 Hardy, T. B., Leaving port — 9 x 27* (Cooling), £10 los. 

PICTURES. 

78 DoUond, W. Anstey, Intercepted despatches — 2gX3g (Blairmann^, £13 13s. 

79 DoUond, W. Anstey, Woodstock, A.D. 1652. " Prithee, friend, let me not 

in my labour " " Nay," said the man of warlike mien, " I am myself 

Winded to hold forth "—27 x 35J (James), £8 i8s. 6d. 



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80 Ellis, Edwin, A fishing fleet— 15! x 29J (J. Leighton), £8 8s. 

81 Weekes, W., Consulting the oracle; and Who stops the way? pair, pau 1 — 

II X 7i (Bromage), £9 19s. 6d. 

Jose' Weiss. 

82 Village scene, with peasant-woman, panel — I2jxi7i (James), £6 6s. 

83 A quiet stream : Sunset, panel— 9I x 14J (Cox), £5 5s. 

84 A homestead ; and A coimtry road, pair, panel — 6 x 10 (Cooling), £4 4s. 

85 A comer of the village ; and A farmstead, pair, panel — 6J x 10 (Cooling) , 

£6 6s. 

86 A mountain stream ; and A rustic bridge, pair, panel — 6 ■ 10 (Parker), £7 7s. 

87 A rough road, with poultry' ; and The edge of a forest, panel (Johnson), £5 5s. 

88 River scene: Autumn; and Cloudy day, pair, panel — 6JxioJ (Cooling), 

£4 4S. 

89 On the Arun ; set of three, panel— 6 , 10 (Cooling), £6 i6s. 6d. 

90 Amberley, Sussex ; and A village church, panel (Sampson), £4 4s. 

91 Village scenes ; set of three, panel — 6 x 10 (Johnson), £7 17s. 6d. 

Property of Lieut. -Colonel T. R. W. Davidson, The 
Mynde Park, Hereford. 

DRAWINGS. 

92 Caldecott, Randolph, 1878, Cranes — 53ix48i (Johnson), £4 14s. 6d. 

93 Lessore, Jules. Whitehall — 13x18* (Whistler), £7 7s. 

PICTURES. 

94 Armstrong, T., 1879, A fountain — 38 x 54* (Lockwood), £31 los. 

95 Armstrong, T., Girl with goat — 20x14 (Whistler), £1 iis. 6d. 

96 Baptiste, J., Flowers in a sculptured vase — 531x33* (Von .\ndrea), £15 153. 

97 Canaletto School. Piazzetta of St. Mark's, Venice, with figures — 23J x 34I 

(Maitland), £6 6s. 

98 Canaletto School. Island in Venice, with gondolas and figures — 14x31 

(Leger), £4 4s. 

99 Davies, J. Henry, 1874, The wUd-ducks' haunt — 39V x 50 (Whistler), £2 12s. 6d. 

100 Fantin-Latour, H., 1892, Delphiniums in a glass vase — 26^x22 (Connell), 

£420. 

101 Fantin-Latour, H., 1872, Spring flowers — 9ix8J (Lefevre), £44 2S. 

102 Herring, J. F., 1854, Watering horses— -17* x 21 (Cassell), £9 9s. 

103 Jay, J. A. B., 1880, Newmarket Heath — 17x32 (Whistler), £1 iis. 6d. 

104 Maclaren, Walter, 1875, Scene in an orange garden, Capri — 23J x 35^ (Cassell), 

£6 6s. 

105 Meissner, E. (Munich), 1875, Return of the flock : Winter — 25 X4q (Mitchell), 

£8 8fc 

106 J. N., Fishing boats in a squall — 27* x 35 (Cassell), £2 12s. 6d. 

107 Perugini, C. E., A pair of friends — 31x26 (Lockwood), £21. 

108 Pissarro, C, 1872, The farm stream — i7tX22 (W. Marchant), £115 los. 

109 Ruben, F., 1881, On the Lagvme, Venice — 17x30 (Blairmann), £3 13s. 6d. 

110 Ruben, F., 1883, A side canal, Venice — 28x18 (Cooling), £4 4s. 

Property of the late R. J. Ward, Esq., 7, Lindum 
Terrace, Lincoln. 

JAPANESE PRINTS. 

111 Hiroshige, Two ladies in an apartment ; and Two ladies, with a lantern, by 

Korian Sai, etc., five in four frames (Andrade), £4 los. 
DRAWINGS. 

112 Clausen, G., R.A., 1886, Hedgers — ioixi5 (Cooling). £22 is. 



*o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

113 Clausen, G., R.A., 1880, Waiting for the ferry : Holland— i6ix 12 (Crawford), 

£21. 

114 Clausen, G., R.A., Evening ; and The Thames, Woolwich (Sampson), £6 6s. 

115 Hardy, T. B., 1875, Fishing boats leaving Katwyke — 13x20 (Cassell), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

116 Hardy, T. B., 1875, The mouth of the Meuse — 13x20 (Cooling), £7 7s. 

117 Hardy, T. B., 1879, Venice from the Lagoons — 6^x20 (Sampson), £2 2S. 

118 Hardy, T. B., 1879, Venice — 9x6 (Pawsey & Payne), £5 15s. 6d. 

120 Pearson, C, 1876, Returning home ; and Low tide, by J. Steeple, 1874 

(Aldridge), £2 5s. 
lai Rheam, H., 1894, The idler — 16x10 (Cooling), £2. 

122 Sinclair, J., A study of mist ; and November evening near Bettws-y-Coed, 

by C. W. Girvin (Money), £2 12s. 6d. 

123 Wainwright, W. J., 1881, Festal day — 2oJx 13* (Sampson), £3 15s. 

PICTURES. 

124 Aumonier, J., 1876, On the River Test, Overton, Hants ; and Early spring, 
k- '4^ ^^^ Trefriw, North Wales, pair — 19J x 29* (Mitchell), £3 3s. 

125 Aumonier, J., On the River Blythe ; and Crags above Lake Crafnant, pair — 

7i X II (Cooling), £2. 

126 Bramley, Fr2ink, R.A., 1881, Street in Antwerp ; and Marche aux Anvers, 

by W. Logsdail, panel (Cooling), £3. 

127 Clausen, G., R.A., 1877, Contemplation — 24x11* (Mrs. Weldon), £2 12s. 6d. 

128 Gillig, Jacob, Fish and culinary utensils, panel — 17^x26 (Smith), £15 15s. 

129 Hunt, A. W., Near Capel Curig — 13J x 19J (Permain), £2 los. 

130 Laer, P. de, Peasants and animals by a bam, panel ; and Views in Venice, 

pair (Browne), £6 i6s. 6d. 

131 : La Thangue, H. H., R.A., A fisherman — 21 x 14 (Marchant), £15 15s. 

132 ^Macbeth, R. W., R.A., Landing sardines at low tide— 10JX17} (Shirrefi), 

£10 IDS. 

133 Percy, S. R., Loch Dochart ; and The Castle of Oberhausz, by A. J. Meadows 

(James), £5 15s. 6d. 

134 Robertson, H. R., 

" And the mower whets his scytne, 
And the milkmaid singeth blithe." — V Allegro. 
24I X 37J (Gastor), £6 6s. 

135 Stone, Marcus, R..A., Shepherdess and sheep — 9J x 12J (Sampson), £7 17s. 6d. 

136 Tesson, L., Market place in Algiers ; and Interior of Lincoln Cathedra], by 

W. Logsdail, 1877 (Brooks), £4 4s. 

137 Webb, J., Dutch boats on the Scheldt— 11* x 2ii (James), £8 8s. 

138 Wingate, J. L., R.S.A., Scene near Inverary ; and Whittlingham, near 

Norwich (Crome), £3 3s. 

139 Zimmerman, A., The dance — 20x28 (Fawcett), £2 12s. 6d. 



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May 7, i9»S- Christie's. 

Modern Pictures and Drawings, the property of the late 
H. G. Henderson, Esq., Snowdoun House, StirUng ; 
Original Drawings for Vanity Fair, the property of a 
Gentleman ; and Ancient and Modern Pictures, the pro- 
perty of the late the Hon. Francis H. Dawnay, Easthorpe 
Hall, Malton, Yorkshire ; and from different sources. 

Property of the late H. G. Henderson, Esq., Snowdoun 
House, Stirling. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Bough, Sara, R.S..\., Low tide; and Head of a girl, signed F. G. (Scott), 

£1 15s. 

2 Brown, T. Austen, A.R.S.A., 1892, In the gloaming — gix 11 J (Cooling), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

3 Brugman, J. F., A Dutch farm — 8Jx iij (Port), £1 15s. 

4 Cameron, D. Y., A.R.A., Dryburgh Abbey — 13x8* (Brown & Phillips), 

£18 i8s. 

5 Cameron, D. Y., A.R.A., St. Jacques, Havre — iox7j (Mrs. Woldon). 

£iT OS. 6d. 

6 Foster, Birket, pencil, unframed — 6i x gj (Wright), £1 los. 

7 NJsbet, R. B., R.S.A., Returning from market : Wet day — 6^ xgf (Davidson). 

£5 15s. 6d. 

8 Nisbet, R. B., R.S.A., Crail harbour— /i x 1 1 (Aitken Dott), £5 5s. 

9 Norris, Hugh L., 1900, The farm — 10 x 14 (Brown & Phillips), £2 2S. 

10 Palmer, Sutton, A Surrey Common, pastel — 10 x 14 (Cooling), £4 14s. 6d. 

11 Steelink, W., Changing pastures — isJxigi (Cooling), £22 is. 

12 Terris, J., The Old Port, Cromer — 2ii x 15J (Cooling), £3 3s. 

13 Wells, W., Marguerites — 10 x 8 (Davidson), £1 8s. 

14 Wells, W., Feeding the ducks — 8 x 6 (Davidson), £1. 

15 Wintour, J. C, A.R.S.A., Garleton Tower, Haddingtonshire — 6|x9i^ (A, 

Dott), £1 2S. 

PICTURES. 

16 Aird, Chas., The Groote Kerk, Dordrecht, panel — gjx 13! (Lee), £1 iis. 6d. 

17 Altmann, G., In the marshlands — 14x21 (Wallis), £4 14s. 6d. 

18 Boer, Georges de. Fete Champetre — 8x 12 (Speelman Bros.), £4 4s. 

19 Boughton, G. H., R.A., Autumn — 29J x 19J (Davidson), £7 7s. 

20 Brett, J., A.R.A., The Cornish coast — 6JX13J (Falser), £6 6s. 

21 Bright, H., In the Highlands— 15JX 27 (Eustace), £8 8s. 

22 Brissot, G., Anglers in punt, panel — 7J x i2i (Wallis), £8 8s. 

23 Brown, Taylor, At Kilmaurs, Ayrshire — i9jX25i (Brash), £3 13s. 6d. 

24 Brown, Taylor, "Flow, gently sweet Alton" — 13JX17J (Brash), £4 4s. 

25 Constable School. River scene, with barge — 13X19J (Speelman Bros.), £2. 

26 Cotman School. The lifeboat — 24! x 33J (Hemsley), £2. 

27 Crawford, E. T., R.S.A., 1843, Sea-Piece : Squally effect — i5i x 24* (Speelman). 

£1 los. 
38 Dawson, H., 1870, Keeper's Pool, Surrey, panel — gj x 13* (Hemsley), 
£6 i6s. 6d. 

29 Delissard, A., 1848, Fontainebleau : Moonlight — 7jxi3t (White), £3 ros. 6d. 

30 Donald, J. Milne, On the Avon, Lanarkshire, panel — 11x15 (Sampson), 

£1 IS. 



62 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

31 Essen, Jan Van, Dutch landscape — 13x15* (Wallis), £5 15s. 6d. 

32 Fourmois, Th., In the Ardennes — 12JX19 (Speehnan), £2 5s. 

33 Fraser, Alexander, R.S.A., In Cadzow Forest ; and Arisaig, by Colin Hunter, 

A.R.A., panel (Sampson), £2 2s. 

34 Gibson, W. A., On the Loire— isjxaii (Wallis), £8 i8s. 6d. 

35 Gibson, W. A., Suffolk barges — 15J x 19J (Davidson), £19 19s. 

36 Gidding, M., Evening — 19 x 26f (Speelman), £5 5s. 

37 HefEner, K., The angler: Sunset — 12I x 19J (Hemsley), £12 is. 6d. 

38 Heffner, K., River scene, with church: Rainclouds — 13X19J (Eastace), 

£12 I2S. 

39 Henderson, J., 1876, The shrimper— iij x 17* (Cooling), £4 4s. 

40 Jansen, W. G. F., View in Belgium — 15 x 31 (Sampson), £2 2S. 

41 Lawson, Cecil G., In the forest — igi x 12 (Sampson), £3 3s. 

42 Leurs, J., Dutch pasturage — 9} x 11 (Sampson), £3 3s. 

43 Maim, Alex., 18S1, In the gorse-field — I3jx20i (Brash), £2. 

44 Mathieson, J. G., The old road — 9jxiii (Hayward), £1 iis. 6d. 

45 Mathieson, J. Muir, The Forth ne.ar Stirling — iijxi5i (Helmsley), £3 3s. 

46 Mathieson, J. Muir, Near Cardross — 9^ x 13J (Hayward), £2 12s. 6d. 

47 Milne, W. Watt, 1913, Fisherfolk — iijxioi (Sampson), £5 15s. 6d. 

48 Milne, W. Watt, 1913, A dairy farm — iij x 15J (Sampson), £5 5s. 

49 Milae, W. Watt, 1913, Return of the flock, panel — 11^x14* (Sampson), 

£4 4S. 

50 Milne, W. Watt, Pittenweem harbour — 10X13J (Cooling), £6 i6s. 6d. 

51 Milne, W. Watt, 1910, On the Forth — SixiiJ (Sampson), £2 2S. 

52 Nat, W. Van der, Milking-time — gjx 13^ (Spielman), £4 14s. 6d. 

53 Noble, Robert, R.S..\., At the sluice — 29! x 24^ (Sampson), £7 los. 

54 Oakes, J. W., A.R.A., Nant Ffrancon, North Wales — iijxi7i (Sampson), 

£4 4S. 

55 Percy, S. R., Clearing up after rain, panel — 9J x 15J (Spielman), £2 2S. 

56 Prowett, J. C, Pi. farm near Cambuscarron — 9x12 (J. Partridge), £5 5s. 

57 Pyne, J. B., Mountainous landscape, with sheep, panel — gi x 13J (W. C. 

Johnson), £1 iis. 6d. 

58 Reid, Andrew, .A Renfrewshire by-way — 9ixi3j (Sampson), £2 los. 

59 Roelofs, W., Dutch landscape, with two black and white cows — ilfxis 

(Spielman), £2 15s. 

60 Roelofs, W., Stream with cattle — lof x 16J (Sampson), £4 4s. 

61 Scherrewitz, J., Milking-time — 12 x 15} (Cooling), £27 6s. 

62 Scherrewitz, J., Going to market, panel — 11 x 15I (Lefevre), £36 15s. 

63 Scherrewitz, J., Spring-time — 11JX9J (Sampson), £23 2S. 

64 Scherrewitz, J., Changing pasture — iolx8J (Sampson), £15 15s. 

65 Steelink, W., Flock of sheep: Laren — i2ixi8J (Sampson), £15 15s. 

66 Stevenson. Macaulay, Moonlight — 14^x22^ (Hemsley), £1 los. 

67 Susterman, Head of a lady, with pearl necklace and jewelled ear-ringg, a 

red riband in her hair ; and The watering-place (Pawsey & Payne), £3 ^. 

68 Thomeis, Grosvenor, .A farmstead, panel — ii|xi5j (Sampson), £9 9s. 

69 Tonge, Robert, 1850, Bhenn Mohroin, Arran- 13J x 20J (Sampson), £16 i6s. 

70 VoUon, A., Woody landscape, with chateau in the background — 12J x isj 

(Wright), £36 15s. 

71 Vreedenburgh, C, 1912, The washing-place— 13JX iij (Sampson), £5 5s. 
7a Webb, James, .\ breezy day — y\ v. 13^ (Sampson), £3 3s. 

73 Weber, Th., The coming storm — 12x21 (Cooling), £8 8s. 

74 Wells, W., The mower — i9iX23j (Sampson), £19 19s. 

75 Wingate, J. L., R.S.A., A bay scene — 13x19! (Scott), £39 7s. 6d. 



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Original Drawings for Vanity Fair. These dra\vings 
were the complete collection of Mr. William Gavin, the 
then Editor, and hung in his room. 

Leslie Ward "Spy"). 

76 The Generals group : Generals Plumer, Hunter, Macdonald, Baden- Powell, 

Roberts, Dundonald, Kitchener, Pole-Carew, White, French, and Carring- 
ton — 12J X 17J (Willis), £24 3s. 

77 At Cowes : The German Emperor, Lord Dunraven, Admiral Montague, King 

Edward VII, Marquis of Ormonde, and Lord Lonsdale — 13X17J (R. C. 
and L. C. Da\'is), £21. 

78 Heads of the Law : Stirling, Henn Collins, Lawrence, Cozens-Hardy, Bigham 

(Lord Mersey), Alverstone, Wright, Romer, Williams, and Matthews — 
iiJxiS^ (Wise), /13 13s. 

79 The Masters Meet : Capt. Park Yates, Lord Lonsdale. Lord Willoughby de 

Broke, Mr. S. Garth, and Lord Portman— 12J ^ i8f (R. C. and L. C. Da\-is), 

£12 I2S. 

80 " On the Heath " : Tom Jones, Richard Marsh. Matthew Dawson, James 

Jewitt, John Dawson, John Porter, and James Ryan — 13x20 (Ellis), 
£11 us. 

81 Earl Kitchener, K.P. — 14JX7J (Tennant), £7 7s. 

82 Rudyard Kipling— 12 J x 7J (Miss Blaikie), £6 i6s. 6d. 

83 Rt. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain — 12^x7 (Bell), £5 5s. 

84 Dr. Ingram, Bishop of London — 13:: 7 (Bell), £2 12s. 6d. 

85 Eighth Duke of Devonshire — 13J x 8 (Southern), £6 6s. 

86 Justice BuckniU ; and Robert McCall, K.C. (T. Sinclair), £3. 

87 H. L. Doherty ; and D. L. A. Jephson (Leggatt), £2. 

88 Lt.-Colonel Sir George Holford— 14 >- 8 (White), £2 5s. 

89 Lord Halsbury ; and Justice Gainsford Bruce (Bourne), £3 los. 

90 Earl of Shrewsbury ; and Hon. George Lambton (Sampson), £2 los. 

91 Admiral Sir Hedworth Meux — 13^ x 7J (Sampson), £3. 

92 Col. Fox ; and Col. North (CliSe), £2. 

93 Capt. Johnstone ; and Arthur James (Leggatt), £2. 

94 Viscount Hambledon — I3ix7j (Baker), £2. 

95 Cardinal Vaughan ; and Rev. R. J. Campbell (Sampson), £6. 

96 Sir Edward Letchworth — 13x7* (Miss Blaikie), £2. 

97 Sir Anthony Brooke (Rajah of Sarawak) ; and Rueben David SassooD 

(Nacherasohn), £2. 

98 James Swift McNeill, M.P. ; and William Allen, M.P. (Lawrence), £2 155. 

99 Sir J. Somers Vine ; and Sir J. Blimdell Maple (Sampson), £2. 

100 Hamo Thomycroft, R.A. ; and W. E. Henley (Miss Blakie), £2 5s. 

loi Prince Soltykoff ; and Sir Mortimer Durand (Sampson), £1 18s. 

J02 Egerton Castle ; Mornington Cannon ; and P. J. Bamum (Wise), £3. 

103 Fumiss, Harry, 1898, The " Lord Protect Us " group : Inspector Horsley, 

A. J. Balfour, Joseph Chamberlain, Sir William Harcourt, W. H. Lecky, 
and Leonard Courtney — 12JX18J (Wdls), £9. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

104 Bough, Sara, R.S.A., Ben More, Perthshire — 13XJ7J (Leven), 15s. 

105 Branegan, J. F., Sunset near Whitby — 9x13! (Leven), £1. 

106 Browne, Tom. Behind the scenes • and Sharpers (Sampson), £5. 



64 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



PICTURES. 

107 Donaldson, J. H., A grey day in Brittany ; and Bay scene, by Innes, panel, 

(Johnson), £2 2S. 
109 Long, Edwin, R.A., 1885, The Pyre— 89J x 59J (Sampson), £47 5s. 
no Blinks. T., 1890, "Wire" — ij\y.i7i (CasscU), £12 12s. 

111 Macwhirter, J., R.A., Harvesting in Arran — 131x19* (Goodenough), 

£8 i8s. 6d. 

112 Levis, Maurice, 1894, Une Scierie Hydraulique sur le Loir, France, panel — 

7 X 10 (Gooden & Fox), £7 7s. 

113 Hill, J. J., 1877, Boy holding a whistle, oval — 23* x igi (Johnson), £2 12s. 6d. 

114 Schloesser, Carl, Moliere and Laforet — 47x38 (Cassell), £7 17s. 6d. 

115 Schloesser, Carl, The incorrigible — 551x41 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

n6 Schloesser, Carl, La Colonetta di Sta Rosalia, near Palermo— 21 x 35^ (Cassell), 
£9 19s. 6d. 

117 Mason, F. H., British Fleet off Scarborough— 30 X 50 (Spurdle), £8 8s. 

118 Syer. J., junr., 1878, Windsor Castle from the backwater — 30x50 (Whale), 

£7 7s. 

119 Smith, H. Bellingham, Over the hills, panel — 9^x13^ (Johnson), £1 8s. 

120 Wilson, Alice, The Japanese doll— 15^ x rij (Johnson). £6 6s. 



Property of the late Hon. Francis H. Dawnay, Easthorpe 
Hall, Malton, Yorkshire. 

PICTURES. 

121 Baptiste, Flowers in a sculptured vase — 38x31 (Peffers), £6 6s, 

122 Dutch School. Woody river scene, with birds — 40x55 (Parkenthorpe), 

£3 I OS. 

123 Dutch School. Pheasants and partridges — 25x484 (Parkenthorpe), £7. 

124 Etty, W., R.A.., Venus and Cupid, circular — iij ins. diam. (Goodea & Fox), 

£13 13s. 

125 Falero, L., 1894, He loves me. He loves me not — 39x21* (N'esse), £71 8s. 

126 Falero, L., 1893, The butterfly — 28ix 15* (Sampson), £7 7s. 

127 Ladell, E., Fruit, tankard and wineglass — 13J x 19J (Sampson), £16 i6s. 

128 Ladell, E., Fruit and wineglass on a marble slab — i3ixiij (Sampson), 

£17 17s. 

129 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R..\., after. Miss Croker ; and The Bay of Salamis, a 

drawing (Davonery), £5 5s. 

130 Riviere, Briton, R.A., 1882, At bay, panel — 13^x20 (Eustace), £29 8s. 

131 Westall, R., R.A., The bower of Venus — 26x35* (Banduin), £4 4s. 



PICTURES. 



132 Boucher School. .A musical party — 72x73 (Parkenthorpe), £13 13s. 

133 Breakspeare, W. A., Cavalier of the time of Cromwell ; and Study of a female 

figure, by Allan Davidson, panel (Sampson), £7 7s. 

134 Brown, Mather, after. The Marquis of Cornwallis receiving the sons of Tippoo 

Saib as hostages, by D. Orme ; painted for the engraving — 22J X 30* 
(Leggatt), £6 6s. 

135 Vig^e, Le Brun, after The artist — 39X31J (Pawsey & Payne), £8 8s. 

136 Canaletto School. Grand Canal, Venice — 39 x 49 (Maitland), £9 19s. 6d. 



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137 Frith, W. P., R.A., 1876, Scene from '• The Vicar of Wakc-lield." 

" The intervals between conversation were employed in teaching my 
daughter picquet ; or 
Soinetimi'S in setting ray two little ones to box, to make them 
sharp, as he (the Squire) called it " ; 
R.A., 1876 — 35l X 55J (Sampson), £94 los. 

138 Herring, J. F., senr., 1858, Borobridge horse fair— 30I x 71 fGoodea & Fox), 

£84. 

139 Kalraet, B., \'iew on the Dort, with a sporting party in the foreground ; 

signed, and dated 1665 — 35x46 (Speehnan Bros.), £6 i6s. 6d. 

140 Leeuw, A. de, and Leemputten, C. Van, Return of the flock : Winter — ^yixzgi 

(Newman), £5 5s. 

141 Millner, W. E., Captives — i7ix 13 (Spielman), £4 4s. 

142 Romanelli, Bacchanalian boys sporting with a goat — 281x47 ( Pefiers), 

£7 7S. 

143 Santerre, J. B., Meditation^34| x 27 (Teague), £4 14s. 6d. 

144 Tocque, Marie Leczinska, in rich robes, standing in an apartment by a 

console-table, on which is her cro^vn — 76x544 (Lewis), £11 lis. 

145 Trood, VV. H., 1888, The intruder — I5ix2i (Cassell), £9 9s. 

146 Webb, James, 1879, Givet, France — 30^x23^ (Sampson), £11 os. 6d. 

147 Wet, J. de, 1635. Africa : A lady in Eastern dress attended by negroes, an 

ostrich in the background — 91 x 5ii (Van Duren), £5 5s. 



May 11 and 12, 19 15. Christie's. 

Etchings, by D. Y. Cameron, J. McNeil \^'histler, Muir- 
head Bone, A. H. Haig, Hedley Fitton, and others ; and 
Old and Modern Engravings, the property of the late 
H. G. Henderson, Esq., Snowdoun House, Stirling ; also 
Engravings of the Early English School, and Modern 
Engravings and Etchings from various sources. 

MODERN ETCHINGS. 
Untrained. 

1 AflSeck, A. F., six etchings in Venice, with title-plate and notes, by F. 

Wedmore, in a portfolio (T. S. Johnson), £6 6s. 

2 -AflBeck, A. F., Pcrte d'Ostende ; and Porte St. Pierre, Auxerres ; and Abbe- 

ville, by A. E. Howarth (McDonald), £3 3s. 

3 Baird, Johnstone, On the Dee ; and River scene (Taylor), £2 12s. 6d. 

4 Baird, Johnstone, Waterloo Bridge ; and The Pool, with distant view of 

Tower Bridge (Johnson), £2 12s. 6d. 

5 Bejot, £., La Morgue, Pont St. Louis, Paris ; and La Palais D'Orsay 

(HoUams), £4 4s. 

6 Bejot, E., Le Canal St. Martin ; and La Cite (.Meatyard), £2. 

7 Bejot, E., La Quai des Orfevres, Paris, on green paper ; La Quai de Bethune, 

Paris ; and La Quai D'Anjou, Paris (P. Jones), £3 13s. 6d. 

8 Bejot, E., La Porte Henri IV ; La Tour St. Jacques, Paris ; and La Bastille, 

Paris (Major .Marshall), £4 14s. 6d. 

9 Brangywn, F., London Bridge, No. 2 (Johnson), £4 4s. 

10 Buhot, Felix, La Falaise ; and Taverne du Bagne (Johnson), £5 5s. 

11 Bubot, Felix, Guardiens du Logis, in two states ; La Dame aux Cygnes ; Les 

Petites Chaumieres ; and seven others (McDonald), £2 2S. 



66 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



12 Buhot, Felix, L'Embarcadere a Trouville, in two states ; Un Grain k Trouville ; 

and Debarquement en Angleterre (Scott), £2 2s. 

13 Buhot, Felix, Ronde du Nuit ; Spleen en Id^al ; Matinee d'Automne, two 

impressions ; and two others (McDonald), £1 lis. 6d. 

14 Buhot, Felix, Illustrations to " La VieUle Maitresse," seven plates ; Deux 

bottes, in two states ; and four designs (de Vries), £1 is. 

15 Burridge, Fred, The pride of North Devon; and Whisht weather (Johnson), 

£1 I OS. 

16 Burridge, Fred, Harlech ; and A march of waters (Johnson), £1 15s. 

17 Chauvel, Thtophile, Fourteen proof etchings, in vellum binding ; and Forty- 

nine plates, after C. Jacques, by Delattre and others (Par=ons), £2 15s. 

18 Dodd, Francis, Pall Mall, from the west ; Duke of York's Column ; and The 

Monument and Fish Street Hill (Meatyard), £3. 

19 Eyre, Bernard, Hillside Farm ; Sunset, Bideford ; and another (Taylor), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

20 Fantin-Latour, H., Nymphs, lithograph ; The snow winter : lithograph, by 

Charles Shannon ; and Manoah's offering ; and The fisherman : etchings, 
by W. Strang (Scott), £8 8s. 

21 Farrell, Fred. A., Lower Argyllshire ; Sunset at the Grand Palace ; and Pont 

Neuf (Meatyard), £3 3s. 

22 Gaskell, Percival, Wareham ; In the Cairngorms ; and Four other etchings ; 

and The Falls of Tummel, Perthshire ; Derwentwater ; A gathering 
storm ; and Two other mezzotints, etc. (McDonald), £7 173. 6d. 

23 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Penton Hook (H. 70), trial proof, signed ; and 

Battersea Bridge (H. 135), signed (Rimell), £4 4s. 

24 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Little Calais pier (H. 98), signed ; Kensington Gar- 

dens : the small plate (H. 12), first state ; and Harlech : the second plate 
(H. 212) (Rimell), £4 14s. 6d. 

25 Hornby, C. C, Caf^ du Rond Point, in colours ; Passage des Patriarches, 

Paris ; and Delft (Tattersall), £1 is. 

26 James, The Hon. Walter, Moorland ; Poole, Dorset, by G. Hayes ; Hayricks, 

Middlesex, by W. P. Robins ; and Candlemaker Row, by Percy Robertson 
(Dowdeswell), £2 12s. 6d. 

27 Keene, Charles S., Twenty-one etchings, with introduction and notes by 

M. H. Spielmann, in a portfolio (Glyne), £3 5s. 

28 Laing, Frank, A series of twenty-four etchings, on india paper (.\ckriss), 

^3 35. 

29 Legros, A., Le Mouton retrouv^ ; Le long de la Rive ; and Le Mur du 

Presbytere (A. Dott & Son), £11 os. 6d. 

30 Legros, A., La Ferme de Brieux ; Old Spaniard ; and a lithograph (Colnaghi), 

£6 los. 

31 Lumsden, Ernest S., Leith ; Paris in construction ; and another (Dowdes- 

well), £3 13s. od. 

32 Macbeth-Raebv.rn, H., Eton College ; Over the hills and far away ; and 

Cannon Street Bridge (Taylor), £3 3s. 
^3 MacLaughlan, D. S., Wind and rain ; and Chimneys and cranes (Gibson), 
£3 13s. 6d. 

34 Palmer, Sam, The early ploughman, framed ; and The herdsman, proofs 

(Dunthome), £5 5s. 

35 Pennell, Joseph, New York from Brooklyn Bridge ; Edgar Thomson stee 

Works ; Palisades and palaces ; and Standard Oil Works (Meatyard), 



Christie's.] May ii and 12, 1915. 67 

36 Pennell, Jo5eph, Lincola's Inn ; Lindsay Row ; The Dock Head ; and 

Somerset House (Taylor), £2 5s. 

37 Pennell, Joseph, Hampton Court ; Park Lane : Low Moor Works, Bradford ; 

A modem Hobbema, Belgium ; and Westminster from my window, 
mezzotint (P. Jones), £2 5s. 

38 Rushbury, Henry, Last of the General Post OflBce, London ; and A Cotswold 

mill (Meatyard), £2 2s. 

39 Synge, E. M., On the Tay ; Budd's comer ; The valley mill ; and Low tide, 

Maiden (McDonald), £2 2S. 

40 Synge, E. M., Ten etchings in Spain, in a portfolio (McDonald), £6 65. 

41 Watson, Charles J., Interior of St. Etienne du Mont ; La ChapeUe St. Esprit ; 

Abbeville ; Haarlem ; and Groothoofdspoort, Dordrecht (Dunthome), £5 5s. 
Framed. 

44 Affleck, A. F., Loches ; and Drawbridge, Cawder Castle, by Johnstone Baird 

(Hayward), £3 13s. 6d. 

45 Bauer, M., Ali Baba ; and another (Aitken Dott), £14 3s. 6d. 

46 Bejot, E., Le Pont des Saints Peres (Major Marshall), £3 13s. 6d. 

47 Brangwyn, F., Bridge-builders (Meatyard), £4 4s. 

48 Brangywn, F., Building, South Kensington Museum (Fine Art Society), 

£3 135. 6d. 

49 Brangwyn, F., The Bridge of Sighs, Venice (Scott), £19 19s. 

50 Brangwyn, F., The brewery, Bruges ; The distant hiU, by W. Strang ; St. 

Catherine's wharf, by W. L. Wyllie ; Napoleon, after Meissonier, by Ruet ; 
and another (Rimell), £4 4s. 

51 Eyre, Bernard, On the Cairn, Dumfries-shire ; and St. Paul's Cathedral, 

by William Walker (HoUams), £4 14s. 6d. 

52 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Sunset on the Thames (H. 93) (A. Dott & Son), 

£7 7s. 

53 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, Egham (H. 15) (RimeO), £4 14s. 6d. 

54 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, A sunset in Ireland (H. 51) (Scott), £33 12s. 

55 Haden, Sir F. Seymour, The breaking up of the " Agamemnon." the 

second plate (H. 229) (de Vries), £2 2S. 

58 Howartb, A. E., Rouen Cathedral (Scott), £6 6s. 

59 Legros, A., Cabane dans les Marais, first state; Amiens <i le Soire, by A. 

Lepere ; and An old cock, by Bracquemond (Scott), £7 17s. 6d. 

60 MacLaughlan, D. S., Venetian noontide ; and Quai de Grande .\ugustine, 

Paris (Meatyard), £2 2S. 

61 MacLaughlan, D. S., Tivoli ; Ruelle du Pecheijr;, on green paper ; and 

Florence, on yellow paper (Meatyard), £1 5s. 

62 McBey, James, Cowgate, Edinburgh (Scott), £4 14s. 6d. 

63 Watson, Charles J., San Petronio, Bologna ; St. Etienne du Mont, Paris ; 

Romsey ; and Ponte del CavaUo, \'enezia (Mrs. Paterson), £5 13s. 6d. 
J. McNeil Whistler. 

64 Free-Trade Wharf (W. 134), on thin Japan paper; and three others (Colnagbi), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

65 The Thames set : a series of sixteen etchings, in a portfolio (Colnaghi), £86 3S. 

66 The doorway (W. 154) (Dunthorne), £81 i8s. 

67 The Piazzetta (W. 155) (Brown & Phillips), £21. 

68 The balcony (W. 177) (Colnaghi), £73 ids. 

69 The garden (W. 180) (Colnaghi), £117 12s. 

70 Furnace noctxime (W. 183) (Scott), £37 i6s. 

Muirhead Bone. 

71 Oxfordshire (D. 198), second state (.^itken Dott), £22 is. 



68 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

72 Hampstead Heath (D. 199) (Aitken Dott), tif) 5s. 

73 The Great Gantry, Charing Cross (D: 203), (Scott), £44 2S. 

74 Ballantrae road (D. 212) (Aitken Dott), £31 los. 

75 ChisH-ick Mall (Aitken Dott), £22 is. 

76 Liberty's clock (Scott), £54 12s. 

77 Building (D. 163), framed (Davidson), £63. 

D. Y. Cameron. 

78 Haarlem (R. 170) iColnaghi), jfii iis. 

79 Dutch village (D. 172) (Colnaghi), ^10 los. 

80 Venetian convent (R. 207) (McDonald), £(> i6s. 6d. 

81 Farm gateway, Campagnetta (R. 222) (Da\-idson), £5 155. 6d. 
S3 Poate della Trinita, Florence (R. 325) (McDonald), ^3 13s. 6d. 

83 Place Plumereau, Tours (R. 353) (Dunthorne), /16 i6s. 

84 The sycamore (R. 372) (Davidson), I^ 14s. 6d. 

85 The avenue (R. 373) ; and Stirling Castle, signed lithograph (.\itken Dott), 

£6 6s. 

86 The Canongate, Tolbooth (R. 378), tefore the shadow beyond gateway on the 

extreme right (Dunthorne), £37 i6s. 

87 St. Merri (R. 379), before the horizontal lines in the immediate foreground 

(Aitken Dott), £14 14s. 

88 Pluscarden (R. 380) (Aitken Dott), £7 7s. 

89 Still waters (R. 381) (Scott), £34 13s. 

90 Mar's work, Stirling, No. 2 (R. 386) (Davidson), £15 4s. 6d. 

91 Chartres (R. 327), early state, before the shadow in the upper left corner, 

and before the hat (Dunthorne), £11 os. 6d. 

92 Old St. Etienne, Caen (R. 400) (Dunthorne), £31 los. 

93 The Little Devil at Florence (R. 401) (Marshall). £3 3s. 

94 Craigievar (R. 402) (Davidson), £37 i6s. 

The Belgian Set. 

95 Gateway of Bruges (R. 387) (Connelly £22 is. 

96 La Roche (R. 388), (Dunthorne), £13 13s. 

97 La Maison Noire, Bruges (R. 389) (Davidson), £10 10s. 

98 The Meuse (R. 390) (Cohiaghi), £58 i6s. 

99 Damme (R. 391) (Da\'idson), £15 43. 6d. 

100 Belfry of Bruges (R. 392) (Davidson), £31 los. 
loi Old La Roche (R. 393) (Davidson), £10 105. 

102 Notre Dame, Dinant (R. 394). before the completion of horizontal shadowing 

in arch on extreme right (Davidson), £54 I2S. 

103 Dinant (R. 395) (Davidson), £19 19s. 

104 A valley of the .Ardennes (R. 396), before the darkening of the upper sky 

(Dunthorne), £23 2s. 



105 The Unicorn, Stirhng (R. 89) (Wright), £6 6s. 

106 The Palace, Stirling Castle (R. 174) (Colnaghi), £14 14s. 

107 San Giorgio Maggiore (R. 213) (Colnaghi), £15 15s. 

108 Ponte Vecchio, Florence (R. 224), before the plate was reduced in size (Smith), 

£10 lOS. 

109 The palace doorway, Venice (R. 225) (Connell), £73 ids. 

no The smithy (R. 234), before the additional dry-pointing (McDonald), 
£8 i8s. 6d. 

111 The Crucifix (R. 281) (HoUams), £11 os. 6d. 

112 A Venetian Palace (R. 282) (Scott), £48 6s. 

113 The Gargoyles, Stirling Castle (R. 284) (Marshall), £8 i8s. 6d. 



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114 The Palace of the Stuarts, Stirling (R. 285) (Colnaghi), £x2 12s. 

115 Broad Street, Stirling (R. 286) (Marshall), £5 15s. 6d. 
n6 Siena (R. 304) (Dunthorne), £15 4s. od. 

117 The Abbazia, Venice (R. 306) (Connell), £30 8s. 

118 Saint Mark's, No. 2 (R. 307) (Colnaghi), *2i. 

119 Joannis Darius (R. 309) (Duathorne), £37 i6s. 

120 Saint Mark's, No. 3 (R. 311) (Colnaghi), £13 13s. 

121 Loches (R. 328) (Parsons), £12 12s. 

122 Chinon (R. 330), before the horizontal lines in the immediate foregroimd, 

and additional drypoint on small tree iDunthome), £8 8s. 

123 St. Laumer, Blois (R. 351), before the drypoint shadow above prie-dieu on 

extreme left (Scott), £44 2s. 

124 Amboise (R. 352) (Colnaghi), £8 8s. 

125 Harfleur (R. 356) (Colnaghi), £25 4s. 

126 Robert Lee's workshop (R. 375) (Colnaghi), £21. 

Hedley Fitton". 

127 Bargate, Southampton (Dunthorne), £5 5s. 

128 Dumfries (HoUams), £3 3s. 

129 Gateway, Glasgow Cathedral (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 

130 Portel del St. Zaccaria (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 

131 Borgo San Jacopo, Florence (Dunthorne), £5 5s. 

132 The flower-market, Florence ; and The -Monument (Dunthorne), £6 6s. 

133 St. Maclou, Rouen (HoUams), £7 17s. 6d. 

134 The two mills (Dunthorne), £15 15s. 

135 Winchester Cross (Dunthorne), £7 7s. 

Axel H. Haig. 

136 The Baptistery ; The Chapel of St. Clement, St. Mark's, Venice ; Rbineland 

and Nassau's house, Nuremberg (Freeman), £2 12s. 6d. 

137 La Portico de la Gloria, Santiago ; and The Cloisters of St. Jerome, Belem, 

Lisbon (Dimthome), £3 3s. 

138 The Chancel, Tarragona Cathedral ; and The Troscoro, Palcncia Cathedral 

(HoUams), £7 7s. 

139 Church of St. Francesco, .Assisi (Klackner), £10 los. 

140 Exterior of St. Mark's, Venice (Deighton), £5 5s. 

141 Interior of St. Mark's, Venice (Fine .Art Society), £7 7s. 

142 Interior of Toledo Cathedral (HoUams), £27 6s. 

143 Madonna of the Musket ; L'Eglise des Dominicians, Aries ; Chapel of the 

Sacrament ; Doorway of Notre Dame, Huy ; and Stockholm (Brail), 
£3 35. 

144 MoureaUe Cathedral, Sicily ; and Interior of San Zeno, Verona (Brail), 

£3 3S. 

145 Notre Dame de Paris (Freeman), £2 25. 

146 Palatine Chapel, Palermo (Dunthorne), £9 gs. 

147 The Portals, Rheims Cathedral (Dunthorne), £23 2S. 

148 The South Aisle, Burgos Cathedral (Dunthorne), £7 7s. 

149 The South Aisle, Toledo Cathedral (HoUams), £4 4s. 

MODERN ENGR.AVINGS AND ETCHINGS. 

151 Thirty-three reproductions of the Liber Studiorimi of J. Al. W. Turner, by 

Thomas Lupton (Walker), £1 15s. 

152 English landscape, after J. Constable, by D. Lucas : a set of twenty-two 

plates, %vith notes, in a solander box (Walker), £12 los. 
154 The silver moon, Whitstable, and two others : aquatints, by C. H. Baskett ; 
and A winter's night, by .Mfrcd East (Colnaghi), £0 5s. 



70 ART PRICES CURRElSfT. 

155 Lady Beauchamp, after Lawrence, by J. C. Webb, artist's proof ; and Sim- 

plicity ; SyK-ia ; and Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick ; after Reynolds, by S. 
Cousins, proofs before letters (F. Partridge), £2 15s. 

156 Lords John and Bernard Stuart, after Van Dyck, by Laguillermie, artist's 

proof (Vicars), £1 is. 

157 The morning walk, after Gainsborough, by A. Mathey, artist's proof (Vicars), 

£2 lOS. 

158 Boy with a rabbit, after Sir H. Raebum, by J. C. Webb, artist's proof 

(Vicars), £4. 

159 ^bs. Thornton, after Sir T. Lawrence, by Scott Bridgsvater ; and Lady 

Waldegrave, after Hoppner, by the same, artists' proofs (Walker), £2 5s. 

160 Lady Charlotte Duncombe, after J. Hoppner, by the same, artist's proof 

(Vicars), £2 15s. 

161 Mrs. Cunlifte Offley, after Sir T. Lawrence, by the same, artist's proof 

(Colnaghi), £4 5s. 

162 Mrs. Trotter, of the Bush, after G. Roiimey, by the same, artist's proof 

(Agnew), £1 15s. 

163 Mrs. Lee Acton, after and by the same, artist's proof (Colnaghi), £12 is. 6d. 

164 The daughters of Sir Thomas Frankland, after J. Hoppner, by the same, 

artist's proof (Colnaghi), £11 os. 6d. 

165 Mrs. Camac ; and The Countess of Harrington, after Sir J. Reynolds (Parsons), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

166 The Duchess of Rutland, after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Coiisins, artist's proof 

(Vicars), £11 os. 6d. 

167 Lady Caroline Montagu, as " Winter," after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Cousins, 

artist's proof (F. Partridge), £2 12s. 6d. 

168 Albinia, Lady Cumberland, after Romney, by M. Cormack ; and Miss Byng, 

after the same, by J. B. Pratt, artists' proofs (Vicars), £2. 

169 Salisbury Cathedral, after J. Constable, by N. Hirst, artist's proof (V. Morgan), 

£3. 

174 Dante's dream, after D. G. Rossetti, first proof, signed by the painter (Spencer), 

£3 5S. 

175 The plough, after F. Walker, by R. W. Macbeth ; and Eel Bucks at Goring, 

after Miiller, by Bruuet-Debaines, arfists' proofs (Walker), £2 los. 
Printed in Colours. 
175 Countess of Westmeath, after Sir T. Lawxence, by Clifford R. James, artist's 
proof (Huggins), £4. 

177 Countess of Dysart, after Sir T. Lawrence, by R. Smythc, artist's proof 

(Vicars), £7. 

178 Thomas Carlyle ; and WTustler's mother, after J. McNeil Whistler, proofs 

(Gooden & Fox), £8 i8s. 6d. 

179 Cremona gardens ; and Miss Alexander, after the same, proofs (Gooden and 

Fox), £7 7s. 

180 La Mare aux Canards, by Camille Fonce ; and The old inn, by Kasimir, 

proofs (HoUams), £2 5s. 

182 The close of day ; and Canal at .A.bbeville : etchings by Henri Jourdaia, 

proofs (HoUams), £3 15s. 

Sir Frank Short. 

183 Moonrise, Ramsgate ; and The mouth of the Thames (Walker), £4. 

184 In the hayfield, Yorkshire ; and Ploughing, after P. de Wint (Johnson), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

185 Lifting cloud ; and Near Oxford, after P. de Wint (Paterson), £4 5s. 



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186 Moonlight at sea ; The Mildmay sea-piece, after J. M. W. Turner ; A slant 

of light, Polprrro ; Ebb-tide, Putney Bridge ; Twilight in the Campagna, 
Rome ; and another (Scott), £15. 

187 Bromborough, etching; Sunrise on Whitby Scaur, soft groimd etching; and 

A river scene (McDonald), £6 i6s. 5d. 

188 Low tide and evening star : Hayle, Cornwall ; Maxwell Bank : Gathering the 

flock ; and A dead calm in Itchen Channel (Scott), £23 2S. 

189 Ehrenbreitstcin and Bellouzona from the road to Locarno, after J. M. W. 

Turner ; Rye Pier : Evening ; Per horse-power, per hour ; and Dawn 
(Walker), £7 17s. 6d. 

190 Nithsdale (Paterson), £7 173. 6d. 

191 A Swiss pass, after J. M. \V. Turner (Paterson), £10 los. 

192 A Roman canal ; and The snowdrift, after P. de Wint (Newman & Oldham), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

193 Shap Fell, Cumberland ; and Wensley Dale, after the same (Paterson), 

£12 IS. 6d. 

194 Sunset at sea, after Copley Fielding ; The Alps from Grenoble to Chamberi, 

and Solway Moss, after J. M. W. Turner ; and Solway Fishers (Fraser), 
£5 15s. 6d. 

195 Diana and Endymion ; and Hope, after G. F. Watts, proofs (Walker), £5 5s. 

OLD ENGRAVINGS. 
203 Lady Smythe and children, after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Bartolozzi, ia 
bistre (Lewis), £4 5s. 

205 Cornelia and her children, after Sir J. Reynolds, by C. Wilkin (Rimell), 

£2 IDS. 

206 Mrs. Mills, after Engleheart, by J. R. Smith; and Phoebe Hoppner as " The 

Salad Girl," after Hoppner, by W. Ward (F. Daniell), £4. 
215 A flower-piece and a fruit-piece, after Van Huysum, by R. Earlom, pair 
(Rimell), £7 7s. 



Property of the late Kon. Francis H. Dawnay, Easthorpe 
Hall, Malton, Yorkshire. 

216 The daughters of Sir Thomas Frankland, after J. Hoppner, by Scott Bridg- 

water, artist's proof (Colnaghi), £12 12s. 

217 Lady Hamilton as " Circe," after G. Romney, by the same, artist's proof 

(Vicars), £10 los. 

218 Mis.s Julia Peel, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, second state (Vicars), 

£8 8s. 
220 Matilda, after J. F. Herring, by R. G. Rix^ve, printed in colours (Walford), 
£6 6s. 



Property of the late Thomas Watson Jackson, Esq., 
Worcester College, and No. 8, Bradmore Road, Oxford. 

221 Brangwyn, F., The old bridge, Barnard Castle (Fine Art Society), £4 5s. 

222 Diirer, A., St. Jerome (Rimell), £4 4s. 

223 Haig, Axel H., Mont St. Michel (Dunthome), £25 4s. 

225 Hole, W., The jumping horse, after J. Constable ; and The wood-sawyers, 

after F. Millet, artists' proofs (Scott), £2. 

226 Mantegna, A., A combat of marine gods (B. 13), touched with green and 

white paint (Jones), £2. 



72 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Dilterent properties. 

MODERN ETCHINXS AND EN'GRAVINGS. 

229 The Palatine Chapel, Palermo : etching, by Axel H. Haig (Duutliorne), jfio. 

230 Sante Maria della Salute, Venice : etching, by F. Brangwyn (Fine Art Society), 

£12 I2S. 

.231 Browning's house, Venice : etching, by F. Brangwyn (Scott), £6 i6s. 6d. 

232 The Bridge of Sighs, Venice : etching, by F. Brangwyn (Scott), £24 3s. 

233 St. Nicholas du Chardonnet, Paris : t tchiug, by F. BrangwjTi (Johnson), 

£5 15s. 6d. 
J34 Weary : unpublished etching, by J. McNeil Whistler, on Japan paper 
(Colnaghi), £27 6s. 

235 Le voyageur, after J. L. E. Meissonicr, by A. Boulard, reinarque proof 

(Colnaghi), £9 19s. 6d. 

236 Post-horses, after the same, by L. Monzies, remarque proof, signed by the 

painter (Colnaghi), £10 10s. 

237 The sign-painter, after the same, by A. Jacquet, artist's proof, signed by the 

painter (Weil), £7 7s. 

238 Portrait of the sergeant, after the same, by J. Jacquet, artist's proof, signed 

by the painter (WUlis), £6 6s. 

239 Generals in the snow, after the same, by E. Boilvin, remarque proof (Wyllie), 

£15 15s- 

240 Lfdy Mildmay and child, after Hoppner, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof 

(Bailey), £5 15s. 6d. 

241 Mrs. Lee Acton, after G. Romney, by the same, artist's proof (Colnaghi), 

£12 I2S. 

24 s Mrs. Thornton, after Lawrence, by the same ; and Jlrs. Parkyns, after 
Hoppner, by N. Hirst, artists' proofs (White), £4 4s. 

243 Lady Poulett, after G. Romney, by N. Hirst, artist's proof (Lacey), £2 12s. 6d. 

244 Lady Boughton, after and by the same, artist's proof ; and Mrs. Payne 

Galwey, after Reynolds, by Zobel, proof (Bull), £4 45. 

245 Madame Le Brun and child, after herself ; and Lady Hamilton, as " Nature," 

after Romney, by S. E. Wilson, artists' proofs (Lister), £4 5s. 

246 The pious family, after Peters, by Bartolozzi, printed in colours ; and 

Countess Grosvenor, after LawTence, by C. Turner (Eade?), £z 5s. 

247 The mask, after Reynolds ; The ghost, after Westall ; and .\ sacrifice and 

Cupid, after Cipriani, printed in colours (Mellish), £2 5s. 
24S Lady Anne Fitzpatrick as " Sylvia," after Reynolds, by S. Cousins, artist's 
proof ; and Jliss Macdonald, after Lawrence, by the same (Wright), £4 10s. 

ENGRAVINGS OF THE EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

249 Lady Heathcote, after Cosway, by J. Agar, printed in colours (Rimell), £5. 

250 Mrs. Duff, after and by the same, printed in colours (Rimell), £2 5s. 

251 .^meria, after J. Opie, by J. R. Smith, printed in colours (F. Sabin), £103 19s. 

252 The age of innocence, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Grozer, printed in colours 

(F. Sabin), £73 los. 

253 Mrs. Morgan and child (Maternal Love), after J. Russell, by P. W. Tomkins, 

printed in colours (Sabin), £68 5s. 

254 The benevolent cottager, after F. Wheatley, by W. Nutter ; and The thatcher, 

after and by J. Barney, both printed in colours iLeggatt), £6 6s. 

255 Lady in the character of " Clara," printed in colours ; and two others (Pawsey 

and Payne), £2. 

256 View of Milan, after Giosagatti, by Mosmer, in colours (Parsons), i8s. 



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257 The boy discovering the golden eggs ; and The boy disappointed of bis 

treasure, after R. M. Paye, by J. Young, pair, printed in colours (Parsons) , 
£5 5S. 

258 The sailor's orphans ; and The soldier's widow, after Bigg, by W. Ward 

and R. Dunkarton, pair, printed in colours (Lewis), £7 17s. 6d. 

259 The Field of Waterloo, after J. H. Clarke, by M. Dubourg, in colours (Brail), 

15s. 

260 A storm in harvest, after R. \\'estall, by R. M. Meadows, printed in colours 

(Reader), £3. 

261 The General Post Office, London, after J. Pollard, by R. G. JReeves, printed 

in colours (Ellis & Smith), £2 2S. 

262 Extraordinary match, by Geo. Osbaldeston, Esq., after H. Aiken, by Geo. 

Hunt, printed in colours (Walford), £5 10s. 

263 Lady Abington, after Reynolds, by E. Judkins ; and another (Pawsey and 

Payne), £1 8s. 

265 A young lady encouraging a low comedian, after J. Northcote, by W. Ward 

(Gibson), £4. 

266 Countess Grey and children, after Sir T. LawTcnce, by S. Cousins (Gibson), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

267 Lady Acland and children, after Sir T. LawTence, by S. Cousins, first state 

(Vicars), £14 14s. 



Property of the late Francis Cipriani, Esq., 8, Bryanston 
Street, W. 

268 Lieut. -Colonel Tarleton, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith (Walker) 

£18 i8s. 

269 General Sir William Fawcett, after the same, by J. Ward, proof before all 

letters (EUis & Smith), £7 7s. 

270 The Hon. Richard Edgecumbe, after the same, by W. Dickinson ; and 

Guiseppe Marchi, after the same, by J. Spilsbury (Pawsey & Payne), 
£1 us. 6d. 

271 The Misses Crewe, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Di.xon, third state (Pawsey 

and Payne), £2 12s. 6d. 

272 Miss Davidson, after and by the same (Ellis & Smith), £2 2S. 

273 Mrs. Henry Bunbury, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Watson (Maggs), £4 14s. 6d. 

274 Miss Magill, after and by the same (Huggins), £1 us. 6d. 

275 Mrs. Huddesford, after the same, by H. Meyer, proof before all letters ; and 

Miss Johnson (Design), after the same, by J. Grozer (Lewis), £1 us. 6d. 

276 Miss Kitty Fischer, after the same, by R. Houston, small plate ; and Miss 

Charlotte Fish, after the same, by J. Watson (Reader), £r is. 

277 Boys and dead hare, after J. Zofifany, by R. Earlom, etched letter proof 

(Brail), £2. 

278 The water-cress girl, after the same, by J. Young (Parsons), £3. 

279 The show ; and The fortune-teller, after J. Hoppner and W. Beechey, by 

J. Young (HoUams), £6 6s. 

280 Lavinia, Countess Spencer, after Sir M. A. Shee, by C. Turner, open letter 

proof (Pawsey & Payne), £4 5s. 

281 Admiral Lord Hood, after J. Northcote, by H. Kingsbury (Parker), £2. 

282 Earl Spencer, after J. Hoppner, by H. Meyer, proof before all letters (Pawsey 

and Payne), £7 los. 

283 Mrs. Paul Sandby, after F. Cotes, by J. Mc.Ardell ; Flamingo, by the same ; 

and three others (Brail), £2 2S. 



74 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

May 14, 1915. Christie's. 

Pictures by Old ]Masters, and a few Drawings, the pro- 
perty of the late Thomas Watson Jackson, Esq., Worcester 
College, and 8 Bradmore Road," Oxford ; also Old Pictures, 
and Drawings from different sources. 

Property of the late Thomas Watson Jackson, Esq., 
Worcester College, and 8, Bradmore Road, Oxford. 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Ben Xevis, and The Caledonian Canal, 1849—16* x 23i (Misell), los. 6d. 

2 Buruc- Jones, Sir. E., Study of a female head, pencil — 9 x 6i (Wamer), £2. 

3 Goodwin, H., A quiet corner : Lee — 13 x 19* (Reid), i8s. 

4 Italian School. A man, holding a book, black and red chalk ; and The 

guardian angel, by J. Flaxman, R.A., 1790, sepia (Miss Malcolm), £2 155. 

5 Lxisier. G. B., 1786, View of Terracina, with the Pontine Palace — 20 x 26fc 

(Moore), 13s. 

6 Naitel, P. J., 1850, On the road to Pontoni, near Amalfi— igi x 13I (Martin) 

I2S. 

7 Poynter, Ambrose, The ruins of the Old Savoy Palace, before the demolition 

of the approaches to Waterloo Bridge — 14 x 19J (Smith), £4 4s. 

8 Ruskin, J., A cathedral spire : Rouen — 19 x 12 (Goodcn & Fox), £2 2S. 

9 Solomon, Simeon, 1874, Head of a lady, pencil — iii x SJ (Moore), los. 

10 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., The fifth plague, Indian ink heightened with white — 

7 x 10 (Weller), £1 iis. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

11 Admiral John Benbow, in armour, with white lace cravat ; and Sigismuiida, 

panel, in gilt frame carved with scrolls (Leger), £13 2S. 6d. 

12 Lucius Gary, Viscount Falkland, in black slashed dress with white rufi, panel ; 

and Algernon Sidney, in red tunic and breastplate, in an oval (Leger), 
£7 7S. 

13 Maria Theresa, in black dress and black lace head-dress ; and Head of a lady, 

with white dress, unframed (Kendal), £16 i6s. 

14 Gentleman, in dark dress and cap, holding his gloves, panel, a roundel — 

3J ins. diam. (Van Stockem), £6 i6s. 6d. 

15 Booncn. A. Van. Cavalier, in bufi tunic and breastplate, with brown cap, 

in a sculptured oval — 8J x 6J (Wamer), £2 2S. 

16 Cotes, F., R.A., Youth, in brown coat and vest, with white kerchief ; window 

background — 22 x 18J (Blaker), £6 i6s. 6d. 

17 School of Cranach. The Virgin and Child, the Virgin in green dress and 

crimson cloak, seated on a cushion, holding the Infant Saviour ; land- 
scape background, panel — zsi x 18^ (Greenstreet), £12 12s. 

18 Early English School. Lady, in white muslin dress, holding a paint-brush, 

a gentli man, in brown coat, behind — 29^ x 24J (B. Hanbury), £131 5s, 

19 Early English School. Gentleman, in dark dress, standing in a landscape, 

holding his hat and stick — 34 x 23 (Pawsey & Payne), £7 7s. 

20 Ecurly German School. The Virgin and Child adored by a Bishop ; the Virgin 

is seen with the Infant Saviour seated on a cushion, mth a Bishop, in 
white gown, in adoration ; the courtyard of a monastery in the back- 
ground, panel — 14 x gi (Van Stockem), £i5 i6s. 

21 School of Jamesone. Gentleman, in black figured dress, with white lace 

coUar and cufis, holding a stafi, in an oval, panel — 36* x 26^ (Warner), 
£4 14s. 6d. 



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22 Kisling, 1798, The Dauphin, in blue dress, in an oval ; and Dr. Bryce, in 

grey dress, reading a book (SnUey), £9 9s. 

23 Lyon, Comeille de, A gentleman (Cardinal de Chatellon ?), in black dress 

with small white frills and black hat, panel, a roundel — 4I ins. diam. 
(Earwicker), £12 12s. 

24 Molenaer, Frozen river scene, with buildings, and numerous figures and 

sledges ; and An interior, with two boors conversing, panel (Lewis), £7 7s. 

25 Palamedes, A cavalier, in bug doublet with slashed sleeves, standing on a 

terrace, holding a baton in his right hand — 22f x 15 (Courlan), £5 15s. 6d. 

26 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R..\., after, Hope nursing Love — 49I x 39J (Renton), £4 4s. 

27 Riley, J., The Earl of Shaftesbury, in buff coat and flowing hair, in a sculp- 

tured oval — 29 X 24 (Amor), £18 i8s. 

28 Robert, Classical bay scene, with buildings and figures — 25! x 31 (Leger), 

29 Streek, J. Van, Blue and white dish of fruit, and other objects of still life on a 

slab — 20i X 15I (Martin), £i5 i6s. 

30 The Master of the Utrecht Adoration. The Crucifixion. .\t the foot of the 

Cross kneels the .Magdalen, in rich dress ; on the right stands the Virgin, 
lamenting, whUe opposite is Saint John ; a hilly landscape with buildings 
in the background, panel, arched top — 27x17^ (Van Stockem), £21. 

31 Van Dyck School. Don Carlos, in black dress, with white ruff — 21 i x 16 

(Warner), £4 4s. 

32 VVyck, Jan, A general with his staff, directing his army in battle — 22 x 56i 

(Greenstreet), £5 5s. 

Italian School. 

33 Saint Stephen, holding a book and the Martyr's palm, arched top — 30^ X 13* 

(Van Stockem), £12 12s. 

34 Head of Giovanni Bellini, with black cap, panel ; and Head of a Franciscan 

Monk, on copper (Earwicker), £9 9s. 

35 Saint John, in red cloak over a green dress, panel — 15 x 7 (Kendal), £15 15s. 

36 Ambrogio, Saint Paul ; and Saint Anthony, a pair of small cusps, panel — 

7 X 7 J (Wagner), £2 12s. 6d. 

37, 38 and 39, .\retino, Spinello, Saint Benedict and Saint LucUla, the right wing ot 
an altar-piece, panel — 55 x 34. This and the two following lots form part 
of the large altar-piece painted for the Convent of Monte Oliveto 
Maggiore, near Siena. The death of Saint Benedict, and The mart>Tdoni 
of Saint LucUIa, a predilla, panel — 132 x 3oi. A saint, in brown and 
mauve gowns, holding a book, panel, arched top — 13^ x 3. (Colnaghi 
and Obach), £504. 

40. School of Sandro Botticelli. Madonn aand Child. The \'irgin, in red and 
green robes, before a semicircular archway, supports the Infant Saviour, 
who holds a pomegranate in His left hand, panel — 25i x 16J, (Wilhams), 
£105. 

41 Florentine School. Madonna and Child, with the infant Saint John, panel, 

arched top — 27 x i7i (SuUey), £39 i8s. 

42 Florentine School. Madonna and Child, enthroned with Saints. The Virgin 

seated, holding the Infant Saviour, with Saint .\nthony, John the Baptist, 
Saint Lawrence, and Saint Francis ; above is seen the Almighty ; panel, 
arched top — 24 x 14 (Earwicker), £13 13s. 

43 School of Agnolo Gaddi. The two wings of a Triptych : in the upper com- 

partments the Virgin and the Angel of the Anmmciation ; » below, the 
Crucifixion, with the Virgin and Saint John and Saint Christopher ; panel, 
arched top — 34 x 19 (SuUey), £25 4s. 



76 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



44 Guido, The Infant Saviour, asleep on the Cross ; and A man holding a sketch, 

after Carlo Dolci (Buttery), £6 i6s. 6d. 

45 Guidoccio. Madonna and Child, enthroned, with Saint Peter and Saint Paul ; 

and Head of the Virgin, attributed to B. da Fiorentino, panel (Earwicker), 
£5 5S. 

46 Imola, Pietro Paolo da, Christ at the column, signed in full on a cartellino at 

the top, panel — 2ii x 15! (Earwicker), £7 17s. 6d. 

47 Jfartino, Sitnone da, Samt Peter; half-length, holding the keys and a book, 

arched top — 15J x 8J (L. Douglas), £11 lis. 

48 Sellaio, Jacopo del. The Judgment of Paris : the young shepherd giving 

the golden apple to Venus, who stands before him robed in white muslin ; 
with her stand Juno and Minerva similarly attired ; in the background 
a hilly lake scene, with the ship departing, panel — 17 x 15 (L. Douglas), 
£120 15s. 

49 Sienese School. A Pieta : The Virgin, in red and blue dress, with the dead 

Christ; above are two angels, panel — 22J x 16 (Warner), £9 9s. 

50 Signoriui, J., Views of Florence, two in one frame — 7| >: 20 J each 

(Earwicker), £2 12s. 6d. 

51 Strozri, Zanobi di Benedetto, The Crucifixion, panel^i6i x iii (Martin), 

£335. 

52 Volterra, D. da. The Fall of Lucifer, in grisaille— 15 x 13J (Earwicker), £5 5s. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

53 Heaphy, T., 1805, Gentleman, standing on a terrace, holding a paper in his 

right hand ; before him is a table with writing materials — 22 x i62 (Spencer), 
£2 i2s. 6d. 

54 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., 1791, Lucy Meredith, a relative of the artist, seated, 

pencil, oval — SJ- x 6^ (Cowan), £19 19s. 

55 Romney, G., after, Miss Warren, by Lady Elizabeth Waldegrave ; Miss John- 

son, after Sir J. Reynolds, P.R.A. ; and Girl with a dog, after the same 
(Leggatt), £3 5s. 

PICTURES. 

56 Jacobsz, Head of a gentleman, with white ruff ; and Head of a lady, with lace- 

head-dress and white ruff, pair — loi- X 7J (Ledger), £10 10s. 

57 Ostade, A. van, A peasant reading, panel — SJ x 7I (Pritchard), £73 los. 

f'58 Gainsborough, Mr. Ffolkes, in blue dress, walking in a landscape; and Mrs. 
Ffolkes, in pink and white dress, standing on a terrace, pair — 18J x 13! 
(Blaker), £22 is. 

59 Begeyn, A., Harboiu: scene, with cavaliers and ladies — 39 x 61 (W. C. 

Johnson), £7 7s. 

60 Reynolds School. Sterne's Maria— 82 x 46^ (W. C. Johnson), £18 i8s. 

61 Nasmyth, P., Greenwich from the park — 26I x 35* (Peet), £168. 

62 Longhi, P., The doctor's visit — i8i x 14J (Spiclmann), £12 12s. 

63 English School. Gentleman, in black dress, with a book — 35Jx27i (Bryan), 

£6 6s. 

64 Tiepolo, G. B., The Adoration of the shepherds ; and The descent from the 

Cross, pair, circular — SJ ins. diam. (Maynard), £6 i6s. 6d. 

65 Tiepolo, G. B., The Ascension, design for a ceiling in a quatrefoil panel — 

i8i X i2i (Van Stockens), £7 17s. 6d. 

66 Velde, W. van de, Two fishing-boats in a light breeze, sailing vessels on the 

left, panel — ii.V x 14J (Kendal), £29 8s. 

67 Hcem, C. D., Fruit and lobster on a table, panel — 7J x qJ (Lewis), £6 i6s. 6d 



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68 Baptiste, Garland of flowers, with cupids sporting — 38! x 49! (Leger), £14 14s. 

69 Hals School. Man, in black dress, holding a bag— 33 x 26 (Crowe), £5 15s. 6d. 

70 Opie, John, R.\., Youth and Age — 35 x 28 (Johnson), £5 15s. 6d. 

71 Rembrandt School. Head of an old man, with turban ; and Head of an old 

man, with black cap, a pair, panel — 9 x 7 (Johnson), £3 3s. 

72 Ryck, Cornelius de, Poultry and pigeons — 31^ x 25J (Dyer), £g gs. 

73 Venetian School. Gentleman, in dark dress, with small white collar, holding 

a letter, with a lady in rich dress, holding a book and a handkerchief — 
42i X 33i (Earwicker), £11 iis. 

74 Borrett, S., Gentleman of the Willoughby D'Eresby family, in brown coat 

and vest, holding a paper ; and his wife, in white muslin dress %vith lace 
frills, holding a shuttle, pair — 29 x 24 (Hughes), £18 i8s. 

75 Serin, H., John Wybo, Procurator-General of Holland, in black gown with 

white bands ; and his wife, in green dress, pair — 33 J x 26J (Lawrence), 
£5 15s. 6d. 

76 Hondecoeter, A dog, dead birds, and boar's head, in a landscape — 58^ x 47I 

(Warner), £8 8s. 

77 Castro, Pedro de. Still life, panel — 25J x ig (Carpenter), £3 13s. 6d. 

78 Dawe, G., R.A., Napoleon I, standing in a landscape ; a sentry before a tent 

in background — 13 x loj (Kingdon), £2 12s. 6d. 

79 Gainsborough, T., R.A., after, The Duchess of Devonshire — 62 x 44! 

Carpenter), £3 13s. 6d. 

80 Denner, B., An old man, resting his hands upon a stick ; and his wife, with an 

opi-n book, pair — 29 x 24J (Moore), £3 13s. 6d. 

81 Jackson, J., R.A., A divine, in black gown with white bands, holding a book 

— 29 X 24J (Marcus), £2 12s. 6d. 

82 Palamedes, A., Interior, with cavaliers and ladies merry-making ; and Interior 

of a guard-room, pair, panel — 13 x i6| (Leger), £7 17s. 6d. 

83 Ryckaert, Martin, Rocky river scene, with the flight into Egypt in tbe fore- 

ground ; a town in the middle distance, panel — 16 x 24! (Spielmann), 
£18 i8s. 

84 Zucchero School. Gentleman, in dark dress, with white ruff ; and Elizabeth 

and the angel, by J. de Witt (Warner), £9 gs. 

85 Janssens,.Lady, in yellow dress trimmed with white lace, panel — igi x i2i 

(Bale), £12 I2S. 

86 Gainsborough, Gentleman, in blue coat, with white stock, in an oval — 29i x 24 J 

(Parkenthorpe), £6 6s. 

87 Molenaer, J. M., Village Merry-making — 38* x 51 (Hughes), £11 os. 6d. 

88 Dutch School. Interior, with a peasant near a barrel, cutthig a fish, panel — - 

15J X i2i (Carpenter), £2 ras. 6d. 

89 Jansen, J. C, Interior, with two peasant-women conversing, panel — 18J x 

13^ (Huggins), £5 5s. 

90 Beccafumi, Doraenico, Madonna, in red dress and green cloak, with the Infant 

Saviour and Saint John, panel — 32J x 25I (Belville), £9 gs. 

91 Breughel, A. (Rome), 1670, Vases of flowers, pair, panel — 21 x 13J (Bourne). 

£10 lOS. 

92 Francks, P., The finding of Moses ; and Rebecca at the well, pair, panel — 

13 X II (Cohen), £18 18s. 

93 Early English School. Miss Tickner, of Guildford, in white muslin frock. 

seated in a landscape, holding a goldfinch ; and Master Tickner, in red 
dress, standing in a landscape, holding a spade, a dog by his side — 49^ x 
39^ (Storey\ £48 6s. 

94 Boel, P., StiU life— 29I x 24J (Buttery), £6 i6s. 6d. 



78 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

95 Loutherbourgh, P. J. de, R.A., 1803, Mrs. Siddons and Edmund Kean, in the 
■yji " Friar " — 20J x 18 (Godson), £2 2S. 

96 Philips, C, Francis Hayraan, seated at work before an easel — 19J x 15 J 

(Johnson), £2 2S. 

97 Neer, Van der. River scene, with sailing boats : Moonlight, panel — loj x 14^ 

(Leger), £10 los. 

98 Hayman, Judge Addison, in brown coat and black vest, in an oval — 29^ X 

24J (Moore), £3 3s. 

99 Sorgh, Interior, with peasant family at a repast, numerous culinary utensils 

on right, panel — 17I x 24^ (Carpenter), £3 13s. 6d. 
100 Davies, J. Scarlett, Old comrades at Greenwich — 21 x 31 (Cohen), £6 16s. 6d. 
loi Venne, A. van der, Coriolanus and Volurania, panel — 23^ x 31J (Harries), 

£2 1 23. 6d. 

102 Duck, Jan, Interior of a guard-room, with figures, panel — i2J x i6| (Long), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

103 Peter, W. (Rome), 1818, Turkeys and pigeons in a shed — 37JX51 (Moore), 

£3 3S. 

104 Bylaert, Jan, Lovers — 37J x 47 (Lek), £7 17s. 6d. 

105 Velde, Jan van, 1649, A glass of wine, and a lemon, on a table, panel — 12 X 10 

(Maynard), £15 15s. 
io5 Delen, D. van. Interior of a cathedral, with an ecclesiastic, cavaliers and 
ladies at a side-altar, by H. Janssens, unframed — 57 x 67 (Gooden and 
Fox), £22. 

107 Huysum, Jan van, Flowers in a sculptured vase, on a stone pedestal, arched 

top — 57 X 41 (Cohen), £31 los. 

108 Wood, L. J., Rouen Cathedral— 68 x 53J (Speilmann Bros.), £9 19s. 6d. 

109 Ribera, A saint — 45J x 37 (Moore), £2 2s. 

110 Barker, B., Landscape, with travelling peasants and animals — igJX26} 

(Maitland), £2 2S. 

111 Fragonard, Peasant-boy holding a stick — 16} x 13^ (Leger), £6 6s. 

112 Ward, Lady, in white dress and black shawl, seated in a landscape — 18| x i6i 

(Hughes), £11 IIS. 

113 Bogdani, Flowers and fruit in a vase — 48! x 39J (Buck), £44 2S. 

114 Hudson, Lady, in brown dress with blue cloak, seated, holding a book — 49I x 

39J (Wyatt), £14 14s. 

115 Robert, Classical landscapes, with buildings and figures, pair — 17J x 27J 

(Courlan), £52 los. 

116 Eyreux, C, Holy Family ; in a sculptured oval surrounded by a festoon of 

flowers — 28 X 22i (Warner), £6 i6s. 6d. 

117 Uden, L. van. Woody landscape, with cattle and figures before a mansion — 

26i X 36J (Sargent), £6 6s. 

118 Bossche, B. van den. Interior, with numerous figures regaling — 23 x 29J 

(Carpenter), £3 13s. 6d. 

119 Neefs, Terrace of a palace, with figures conversing in the foreground, panels 

19* X 25i (Yeulett), £3 3s. 

120 Russell. J., R.A., Mrs. Brown, in white lawn head-dress and black cape trimmed 

with lace, seated, holding a baby on her lap, curtain background, signed, 
and dated 1783 — 35 x 28 (Jermyn), £16 i6s. 

121 Russell, J., R.A., Rev. Thomas Clarke, D.D., in dark gown with white bands, 

I seated, turning over the leaves of a book ; the church seen in the back- 
ground is Chesham Bois, in Buckinghamshire, of which he was Incumbent — 
35i X 27i (Moore), £5 15s. 6d. 
S22 Bodewyns, A. F., A cavalry engagement — 14* x 24J (Yeulett), £4 4s. 



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123 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., Henry Cowper, Esq., in dark dress with white cravat — 

29 X 24 (Moore), £4 4s. 

124 Tilborch, G. van, A marriage feast — 32 x 37 (Lowther), £16 i6s. 

125 Early English School. Lady, in blue dress with white lace fichu, jewelled 

necklace, oval — 28 x 24 (Brail), £10 los. 

126 Hogarth School. Peg Woffington, in white satin dress and lace cap, in an 

oval — 29 X 24 (Lebus), £9 9s. 

127 Grief, A., Dead game, pair — 15J x 13* (Lewis), £4 14s. 6d. 

128 Steen, Jan, Interior, with two cavaliers and a lady seated by a table, panel — 

19 X 14J (Kendal), £47 5s. 

129 Ruysch, Flowers in sculptured vases, pair — 29J ,,: 22J (Parkinthorpe), 

£16 5s. 6d. 

130 Moucheron, I., Classical ruins, with a garland of flowers ; and A peasant-woman, 

with sheep and goats, panel (Yeulett), £5 5s. 

131 Bosschaert, A., Flowers in a vase ; and Travelling figures and animals resting 

before an inn, after P. Wouverman, panel (Yeulett), £8 i8s. 6d. 

132 Wilson, Lake scene, with castle on a hill, figures in foreground — 63^x45 J 

(Parkes), £3 13s. 6d. 

133 Wootton, J., A racehorse, with jockey up ; in the background a view of New- 

market racecourse, with numerous racehorses, state carriages and figures — 
108 X 146 (Martin), £10 los. 

134 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., Mrs. Moir, of Leckie, in dark green dress, and white 

lace cap and. frills, seated in a crimson chair, with her hands crossed in 
front — 33i x 26J (Williams), £105. 

Property of the late J. W. Duffield, Esq., i, Palace 
Place Mansions, Kensington, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

135 Bailey, C, Holland House ; and Old Ranelagh House (Johnson), £1 is. 

136 Weber, Otto, By the sea — 13J X 23J (Kingdon), £2 2S. 

PICTURES. 

137 Craesbeeck, Interior of a tavern, with boors smoking and drinking; A barn 

with card-players, panel ; and Figures before an iun, panel (Yeulett), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

138 Francks, F., Joseph and his brethren, on copper ; Tobias and the angel • 

and The expulsion from Eden, by Cantarina, pair, on alabaster (Buck), 
£5 15s. 6d. 

139 Geerarts, Gentleman, in dark dress and white ruff ; and Gentleman, in white 

dress, holding his gloves in his left hand, panel (Warner), £6 i6s. 6d. 

140 King, W. S., Chelsea old church ; and Chelsea ferry (Leger), £4 4s. 

141 School of Mostaert. A Triptych : In the centre the Nativity ; on the dexter 

wing the donor, in dark dress, kneels at prayer, with Saint John behind, 
and on the sinister wing is the female donor, with Saint Elizabeth ; the 
outsides of the wings are decorated with grisaille with the Annunciation, 
panel centrepiece — 23X17J (Lindlar), £115 los. 

142 I "iwne, C, Farm-cart, with horses and a sleeping peasant ; The ford ; and A 

farmyard, panel (Yeulett), £7 7s. 



8o ART PRICES CURRENT. 



May 14, 1915. Puttick's. 

Engravings, comprising Fancy Subjects, chiefly of the 
Early English School ; Portraits and Water-colour Draw- 
ings. 

46 General view of Paris, by Fielding and Pugin, after Tiniins, aquatint, in colours 

(Edwards), £1 45. 
49 Cricket : Hackney school, by Reeve, aquatint, in colours (Barnard), £1 7s. 6d. 

80 Madame Du Barry, mezzotint, proof (Barnard), £2 5s. 

81 Hon. Mrs. Parker, by T. Watson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint 

(Barnard), £1. 

82 Princess Sopliia, by Ogborne, after Ramberg (Brail), los. 

83 Sir Thomas Erskine, by C. Turner, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint on 

strainer, first state (W. Sabin), £4. 

84 Princess Elizabeth, by Scriven, after Beechey, in colours (Barnard), £1 15s. 
91 H.M.S. Warspitc, by Duncan, after Condy, aquatint (Barnard), 13s. 

93 Sportsman, and companion, by and after J. Pierson, in colours, pair 

(Simpson), i8s. 
98 Precursor, by C. Rosenberg, after VV. J. Huggins ( ), 12s. 

111 Military costume of the Royal Horse Guards Blue, by W. Heath, and one 

other, in colours (— — ), 12s. 

112 First and Second Life Guards, by J. Harris, in coloiurs (Brail), 15s. 

113 Costume of the 33rd Yorkshire West Riding Regiment, by J. Harris, in colours 

(Pierce), 6s. 

114 Costume of the 42nd Regiment of Foot, in colours (Sladc), i6s. 

115 The 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards, by J. Harris, after H. Martens, aquatint, 

in colours (Brail), 8s. 

116 The 8th Hussars in review order, by Lynch, after M. A. Hayes, in colours 

(Pierce), 14s. 

117 The Royal Horse Artillery, by G. B. Campion, lithograph, in colours (Pierce), 4s. 

118 Undress uniform of officers of the Infantry of the Line, in colours (Brail), 5s. 

120 Battle of Waterloo, by Reeve, after Lieut. Read, aquatint proof, and key 

(Murray), 14s. 

121 Kendall, The war between the United States and Mexico, containing illustra- 

tions of principal battles, by Bayot, after C. Nebel, lithographs, in colours, 
the set of twelve plates and letterpress ( ), £3 17s. 6d. 

122 Battle of Waterloo, by Sutherland and Cooper, after H. Aiken, aquatint, proof 

(Atkinson), i6s. 

125 A Dutch school, by V. Green, after J. Steen, mezzotint (Brail), gs. 

126 Historical subjects, by Ryland, after Kauffman, circles, in colours, pair 

(Chaundy), £2 10s. 

127 The charmers, by Knight, after Peters, in colours (Simpson), 19s. 

133 St. Cecila, by Watson, after Reynolds (Bernard), 9s. 

134 First interview of Werter and Charlotte, by J. R. Smith, after Bunbury, in 

brown (Bernard), i8s. 

135 Guinea pigs ; and Rabbits, by and after James Ward, mezzotints, in colours 

(Simpson), i6s. 

136 Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery: Ninety-si.x plates, 2 vols, in 1 vol. (Edwards), 

£9 los. < ,t; J 

137 Theseus finding his father's sword and sandals, by T. Fielding, after A. Kaufi- 

man, circle, in red ( ), £1 15s. 



Pottick's.] May 14, 1915. 81 

138 Wood gatherers, by Gaugain, after Wheatley ; and another (Chaundy), i8s. 

139 Angry farmer, by Scott, in colours ; and Labourer's luncheon, by Josi, after 

Morland (Pryce- Jones), £1 6s. 

140 Tippoo Sultaun, by J. Grozer, after Singleton, mezzotints, pair (Carter), iis. 

148 The fleecy charge, by Shepheard, after Morland, in colours (H. Bull), 183. 

149 Paul and Virginia, by Descourtis, after Schall, aquatints, in colours, pair 

(Duren), £2 15s. 

150 Village scene, with figures merrymaking, by Janinet, aquatint, in colours 

(Brail), £2 17s. 6d. 

151 French School. Lady with boy and dog, and companion, in colours, pair 

(Brail), £9 los. 

Framed. 

152 The farmer's visit to his married daughter in town ; and The visit returned, 

by W. Bond, after G. Morland. circles, in colours, pair (Charles), £10 los. 
15J Boys robbing an orchard ; and Boys skating, by E. Scott, after G. Morland, 
in colours (Charles), £1 15s. 

154 Miss Theophila Palmer, by J. R. Smith, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint, 

second state, with large margins (Murray), £7. 

155 Psyche, by Meyer, after Hoppner, in colours, cut (Weston), £5 15s. 

156 The pretty milliners, by Carrington Bowles, mezzotint, in colours (Simpson), £2. 

157 Tom and his pigeons ; and The favourite rabbit, by C. Knight, after Russell, 

in colours, pair (Murray), £2 15s. 

158 Happy father : and companion, by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, ovals, in brown, 

pair (Ravallions), £1 6s. 

159 Oliver Cromwell and Jeremiah W'Tute ; and King Henry and Fair Rosamond, 

by Bartolozzi, ovals, in colours (Jacobs), £2 12s. 6d. 

160 Ladies relieving a beggar, by Delattre, after Wheatley, circle, in colours (Jacobs) 

£3. 

161 A view of Waterloo Bridge, by M. Dubourg, after W. Anderson, aquatint, in 

colours (Pollard), £4. 

162 Napoleon le Grand, by David, after Bourgeois (Edwards), £2 5s. 

163 Lord Nelson, after Hoppner, mezzotint (Rosen), £r 5s. 

165 Coaching scenes (2), aquatints, in colours (Reynolds), 14s. 

166 Fox hunting, by Sutherland, after Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set of four, 

varnished (Blythe), £2 2S. 

167 Fox hunting, after Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set of four (Byng), gs. 
i68 Fox hunting, after Aiken (4), aquatints, in colours (Lawrence), lis. 

169 Father's darling ; and Mother's hope, by Freemjui and Stadler, after A. Buck, 

aqua'ints, in colours, pair (Simpson), £2 7s. 6d. 

170 The shepherd boy, after Westall, in colours (Simpson), 14s. 

173 The meet at Blagdon, by T. Lupton, after Snow, mezzotint (Longhurst), l6s. 

174 The Ship Woodford, after W. J. Huggins, aquatint, in colours (Parker), 16s. 

175 Prince and Princess of Wales, by Baron, after Vanloo, pair (Jacobs), i8s. 

176 The infant Hercules, by J. R. Smith, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Barnard), 

£1 I2S. 

t77 The Holy Family ; and Vision of St. John, in colours (Mimn), £1. 

178 Mrs. Fitzherbert, after Cosway, in red (Barnard), 14s. 

180 Steeple chasing, after Pollard, lithographs, in colours (Simpson), i8s. 

l8r Hare hunting, by Canning, after Seymour, in colours (Simpson), 18s. 

i8s Racehorse ' Rowton," by Hunt, after Femelcy, aquatint, in colours (Simpson), 

i8s. 
i86 Grand Military Steeplechase at Newmarket, aquatints, in colours, varnished, 

set of four (Byng), £1 los. 

6 



82 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

190 The British Army, by E. G. Hester, after Orlando Norrie, aquatint, in colours 

(Murray), 14?. 

191 Racehorse " Mendicant," by Mackrel, after Herrinj^, aquatint, in colours 

(Mardonald), i8s. 
19s " Bhje Gown," by Summers, after Hall, aquatint, in colours (Macdonald), 18s. 

193 Midsummer Night's Dream, by S. Cousins, mezzotint, proof (Simpson),^£i. 

In Portfolio. 

ORIGINAL WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

By J. Cleveley, Junr., all signed. 

194 Cintra, with Royal Palace, a pair, in India ink, and one other (Maggs), £2. 

195 Southampton Water, in India ink, pair (Barnard), £2. 

196 Portsmouth, in India ink (Addeley), £1 15s. 

197 Lisbon : Roman aqueduct, in colours, pair (Maggs), £1 los. 

198 Braganza shore, in colours (Maggs), £1 5s. 

199 Southampton Water, in colours (Pollard), £4 15s. 

200 The Downs and S. Foreland, in colours (Barnard), £3. 

201 The Acteon on the shore on the Bar of Lisbon, in colours, dated 1775 {Maggs)t 

£2 2S. 

202 S. Foreland, with merchant ship at anchor, in colours, dated 1775 (Pollard), £4. 

203 Belem Castle, Bar of Lisbon, in colours, dated 1777 (Maggs), £2. 

204 Boats on the Tagus, in colours, pair (Maggs), £3 15s. 

205 Plymouth Sound, in colours (Barnard), £3 3s. 

206 Portsmouth from Stokes Bay (Pollard), £5 15s. 



210 Da\'id Teniers (signed). View in a town, with figures ( ), £2 5s. 

217 Holbein, Design for a church window, in pencil, exhibited at Grosvenor Gallery, 
1877 (Maud), £2 5S. 

219 Rowlandson, T., Borough interest or the way to promotion (Major), £1 2S. 

220 Poole, P. L., Lady seated in a landscape ( — — ), £1 7s. 6d. 

229 Prout, S., Interior of a cathedral (Murray), £1 73. 6d. 

230 Lawrence, Portrait of a lady (Murray), £3 5s. 

Framed. 

234 Marks, H. Stacey, The griffin vulture (Gurley), £1 12s. 6d. 

235 Cats, Jacob, Morning ; and Night, in colours, on vellum, pair (Murray), 

£5 5S- 

236 Smith, J. R., Jiistice, tinted, (Murray), £2 5s. 

241 Rowlandson, T., A book auction (Major), i8s. 

242 Rowlandson, T., Dr. Slop, and another (Major), £2 15s. 

243 Winterhalter, Portraits of Queen Victoria, T. B. Macaulay, etc., on ivory, five 

in one frame (Simpson), £2 7s. 6d. 

244 Aiken, Fox hunting, pair (Chaundy), £1 15s. 

245 Rowlandson, T., 1806, Recovery of a dormant title (Edwards), £4 los. 
252 PoUard, James, Salmon fishing, painting, panel (W. Sabin), £10 los. 



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May 17, 1915. Puttick's. 

Baxter and Le Blond Colour Prints. 

LE BLOND COLOUR PRINTS. 
In Portfolio. 
6 Wreck of the Reliance (Lewis), los. 
16 The Bridesmaid, with Le Blond's label (Morgan), ids. 

31 The Pedler, Learning to ride ; and Sailor's departure, ovals (Browne), £1 2S. 

32 Village spring ; Burning glass ; Crossing the brook ; and Pet rabbits, ovals 

(Belchem), £1 los. 

33 Good news ; Soldier's return ; and Cherry seller, ovals (Browne), £1 2S. 

34 Young angler ; Mill stream ; and Blowing bubbles, ovals (HoUoway), 18s. 

35 Leisure hour ; Waiting at the ferry ; auid Fisherman's hut, ovals (Morgan), 16s. 

36 The showman, oval (Belchem), 14s. 

37 The grotto, oval (Belchem), 14s. 

38 Young angler, oval (Moore), 6s. 

39 Soldier's return ; and Good news, ovals (Langdale), los. 

40 Gleaners ; and Blackberry gatherers, ovals, cut close (Morgan), 8s. 

41 Leisure hour ; and Waiting at the ferry, ovals (Lane), i6s. 

42 Fisherman's hut ; and Young angler, ovals (Lane), i6s. 

43 Waiting at the ferry ; and Snowballing, ovals (Docker), £1. 

44 The grotto, oval (Piatt), us. 

45 Blackberry gatherers ; and Image boy, ovals (Piatt), iis. 

46 Good news ; Leisure hour r and Soldier's return, ovals (Lewis), i6s. 

47 Sunday morning ; and Young angler, ovals (Lewis), 13s. 

48 Young angler ; Fisherman's hut ; and Burning glass, ovals (Morgan), 13s. 

49 Blackberry gatherers ; and Waiting at the ferry, ovals (Docker), 14s. 

50 Dancing dogs; and The pedler, ovals , Mason), i6s. 

54 A series of ten views in the Isle of Wight, oil colours, by Pretyman and Rixon 

(Piatt), I2S. 
36 Needlebox prints, six uncut double sheets ; and Sporting subjects, by Mansell 

twelve on one sheet, uncut (Barrow), i8s. 

60 The plates to Audsley's " Ornamental Arts of Japan," Japanese paper edition 

in colours (Lewis), los. 

61 The story without an end, a set of fifteen plates, in colours, and title in brown 

by Leighton Bros. (Lewis), £1 los. 

62 A similar lot (Lewis), £1 los. 

Framed. 

63 Mayday, cut to oval (Murphy), 14s. 
65 Great Exhibition (Simpson), gs. 

68 The Westminster School of Industry, by Leighton after A. Blakeley (Holliday), 

£1 lOS. 

BAXTER COLOUR PRINTS. 
In Portfolio. 

80 Reception, and Massacre of Rev. J. Williams, in original frames, pair (Morgan), 

14s. 

81 Rev. J. Waterhouse superintending the landing of missionaries, and key for 

same, in " Wesleyan Juvenile Offering," one vol. (Moore), £1 8s. 

82 Wreck of the Reliance (White), ti. 

83 Ordinance of Baptism, cut (White), £1 is. 
95 Yes, I am come of high degree (Lewis), £1 9s. 



84 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

96 Veroaa, Cabinet of paintings (HoUoway), los. 

121 Crystal Palace and gardens, stamped mount (Lewis), 17s. 

123 Gems of Great Exhibition, No. 2, on stamped mount ; and Interior of 

Great Exhibition (White), i6s. 

124 Gems, Nos. i, 2 and 5 (White), i8s. 

125 Interior and exterior, Great Exhibition, stamps in red (WTiite), 12s. 

127 Rock quarry on the Wye, and small Winter, Baxter's original plate (Sydney), 
£5. 

134 Derwentwater (2), one with pocket-book lettering (Cox), 12s. 

135 Near Folkestone (2), pocket-book lettering (Lewis), 13s. 

136 Duke of Buccleuch's residence, Richmond, blue line mount (Morgan), 16s. 

137 Abbevdile (Spencer), i6s. 

138 Fishermaa's home (Murphy), i8s. 

139 River scene, Holland (Lewis), 15s. 

140 King of the French leaving Eu (Morgan), 15s. 

141 Andalusians, blue line mount (Murphy), £2 12s. 6d. 

142 Dovedale (Belchem), £1 is. 

146 View of Richmond Hill (Martin), 8s. 

147 View near Ilkley, blue line mount (Lewis), i8s. 

148 Abbeville, blue line mount (Browne), £1 is. 
153 Verona, on music cover (Lewis), los. 

165 The small bride (Belcbem), £7 5s. 

167 Queen on Dais, tint (Belchem), 7s. 

168 Napoleon I (Lewis), £1 los. 

172 Prince Albert, and Queen on balcony (Lewis), 19s. 

175 Napoleon, and Sir Robert Peel (Tilling), £1 12s. 6d. 

177 Rev. J. Wesley (Wilson), 14s. 

178 Lord Nelson (Folkard), 15s. 

179 Jenny Lind, stamped mount (Spencer), i6s. 

180 Jetty Trefiz (Lewis), £1. 

181 Queen Victoria with peculiar head-dress, stamped mount (Belchem), £2 7s. #d, 
183 Copper, your honour, stamped mount (Morgan), gs. 

186 Short change (Lewis), £i is. 

187 La Tarantella, large (Moore), gs. 

188 Shall I succeed ? oval, cut close (James), los. 
i8g Crossing the brook (Moore), gs. 

190 First impression, small (Brown), i6s. 

194 Conchologists, large (Lewis), 8s. 

195 So nice, stamped mount (Morgan), los. 

ig8 Returning from prayer, on music, complete (Murphy), 12s. 

igg First lesson (Mason), 7s. 

300 The cornfield, stamped mount (Belchem), 14s. 

201 Harvest time, the gleaners, stamped mount (Langdale), 13s. 

202 Verona, on music cover (Docker), 15s. 

203 The bride, on music cover ; and one other (White), 12s. 

204 Returning from prayer, on music cover (Curry), 15s. 

205 Short change, stamped mount (Pearlman), £4 los. 

206 The first lesson (Browne), £1 6s. 

207 Boys, with kite in a tree, in " Tales of Truth," i vol. (Miller), £8 5s. 

208 Copper, your honour, stamped mount (Pearlman), £1 7s. 6d. 
2og Stolzenfels ; and Tintem Abbey, stamps in red (Lewis), £1. 

210 Arctic expedition, stamp in red (Morgan), £1 is. 

211 Sebastopol, stamped mount (Browne), £2 15s. 



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212 Prince of Prussia ; and Princess Royal, stamped mounts (Browne), £3 15s, 

213 Hop garden, stamped mount (Pearlman), £2 15s. 

214 Lovers' seat, Hastings ; and Chalees Satoon, stamps in red (Miller), £i ys. 6d. 

215 Fishennan's home, with lettering (Langdale), £2 5s. 

216 Prince Albert, in uniform of nth Hussars (Brown), £1 los. 

218 Lake Lucerne (Murphy), £2 los. 

219 Rev. J. Waterhouse superintending the landing of the missionaries (Lewis), 

£3 15s. 

220 Day before marriage, stamped mount (Miller), £4 5s. 

221 Gardener's shed, stamped mount (Miller), £2 los. 

222 Gems ot the Crystal Palace — No. i, The exterior (Docker), £2. 

223 Summer, and Winter, large, pair (Morgan), £1 4s. 

224 St. Bernard dogs (Lewis), £1 los. 

225 Lucerne (Lewis), £2 4s. 

226 Winter, large (Lewis), £1 los. 

227 St. Bernard dogs (Holliday) £2 7s. 6d. 

228 Fruit girl of the Alps (Lewis), £1 2S. 

329 Lovers' letter-box, stamped mount (Browne), £2 5s. 

230 Parting look (Spencer), £5 5s. 

231 St. Bernard dogs (Belchem), £2 2S. 

232 Coronation of Queen Victoria ; and Opening of Parliament, in sepia, pair 

(Lewis), £4. 

Framed. 

233 The Coronation of Queen Victoria ; and Opening of Parliament, pair, in origiDal 

frames (Child), £14 los. 

234 The Coronation of Queen Victoria (Miller), £3. 

235 The Coronation of Queen Victoria; and Opening of Parliament, in sepia, pair, in 

original frames (Lewis), £2 2s. 

236 Coronation of Queen Victoria (I^wis), £7 5s. 

237 The launch of the Trafalgar, tint (Moore), £3 5s. 

238 Boys, with kite in a tree, cut (Docker), £1 10s. 

239 So nice ; and So tired, stamped mounts (Murphy), £1 12s. 6d. 

240 Shall I succeed ? oval (Wilson), los. 

241 British troops on road to Windlesham (Collins), 14s. 

242 Rev. William Knibb (Simpson), 14s. 

243 The Bride : and Prince Albert (Simpson), 16s. 

244 Rev. J. Waterhouse superintending the landing of missionaries (Lewis), £3 2S. 

245 Reception and Massacre of Rev. J. Williams, pair (White), £2 5s. 

246 Flora, stamped mount (Lewis), £3 17s. 6d. 

247 Day before marriage, stamped mount (Morgan), £4 4s. 

248 Lovers' letter-box, stamped mount (Britnell), £2 los. 

249 Fruit girl of the Alps (Banon), £1. 

250 The bridesmaid, stamped mount (Spencer), £2 2S. 

251 The parting look (Lewis), £6 los. 

252 The bridesmaid, stamped mount (Curry), £3. 

253 Day before marriage, stamped mount (Chapman), £4. 

254 The gardener's shed, stamped mount (Christie), £2. 

255 Lucerne (Holliday), £2 7s. 6d. 

256 St. Bernard dogs (HoUiday), £2 7s. 6d. 

257 Lucerne (Daymond), £1 17s. 6d. 

259 Sununer ; and Winter, large, pair (White), £3. 

259 Lake Lucerne (Spencer), £1 17s. 6d. 

260 The bridesmaid (Wilson), £1 los. 



86 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

261 Fruit girl of the Alps (White), £1 15s. 

262 Day before marriage (Wilson), £2 5s. 

263 Lovers' letter-box (Wilsoa), £1 15s. 

264 Fruit girl of the Alps ; and Gardener's shed, by Le Blond (Tilling), £1 5s. 

265 Day before marriage, stamped mount (Wilson), £3 7s. 6d. 

266 St. Bernard dogs (Simpson), £1 los. 



May 19 and 20, 19 15. Christie's. 

Drawings. 

LONDON VIEWS. 

3 Westminster from Lambeth— 19J x 28^ (Martin), £5 5s. 

4 Bunning, J. B., Billingsgate market — iixi6i (Martin), £5 5s. 

5 Cattermole, G., The Coronation procession of King William IV and Queca 

Adelaide — 15} x 20J (Martin), £21. (A framed print by W. Woolnoth sold 
with the drawing). 

6 Coney, J., 1808, Edward the Confessor's tomb, Westminster Abbey — 16x21 

(Kilby), £1 2S. 

7 Dighton, R., Covent Garden market, oval — 7^x5! (Falser), £1 los. 

8 Gifford, W. E., Interior of St. Stephen's, Walbrook ; and Kensington Palace 

(HolUday), £1. 

9 Malton, T., Uxbridge House, Burlington Gardens — I2ixi6j (Ellis & Smith), 

£11 IIS. 

10 Malton, T., North front of Westminster Abbey— 27 x 38 (Falser), £5 15s. 6d. 

11 Marlow, W., London from Greenwich — 15^x25 (Ellis & Smith), £3 3s. 

12 Marlow, W., London from Streatham Common ; and London from Clapham, 

by Thales Fielding, 1841 (W. Daniell), £i is. 

13 Moore, A. P., 1795, Saint Benedict, Gracechurch ; and Interior of the German 

Chapel, St. James's, by C. Wild (Martin), £10. 

14 Pyne, C. C, Old London Bridge ; St. Mary's, Stratford, by W. Pocaike ; and 

St. Martin's Lane, by T. H. Shepherd (Martin), £5 los. 

15 Pugin, A., The house of the Minister of the French Republic in Portland 

Square, illuminated in celebration of peace, 1802 — 18 x 26J (Martin), 
£2 5S. 

16 Richardson, W., 1856, Old Drury Court ; and Wych Street (Martin), £4 5s. 

17 Richardson, W., St. James's Church, Garlick Hill ; and St. George's Church, 

Hanover Square (Martin), £6 los. 

18 Roberts, T. S., View of London from the new Custom House — i6|X23i 

(Martin), £9 los. 

19 Schnebbelie, R. B., 1820, The Guildhall Chapel — gjx loj (Martin), £7. 

20 Shepherd, G. S., St. Martin's Church and the statue of Charles I ; and A 

street scene (Martin), £16. 

21 Shepherd, G. S., Old Hungerford market ; and The Talbot Inn, Southwark, 

pair (Martin), £10 los. 

22 Shepherd, T. H., 1853, An ancient house in Butcher Row, Whitechapel ; 

Devonshire House, Piccadilly ; and Upper Street, Islington, by F. N. 
Shepherd (Martin), £4 14s. 6d. 

23 Shepherd, T. H., Illustrations to " London in the 19th Century," twenty, in 

four frames, sepia (Martin), £13 13s. 

24 Smallwood, W. F., Westminster Hall ; and The Court of Requests in the 

Guildhall Chapel, by R. B. Schnebbelie (Martin), £3 los. 

25 Wilson, J. T., The Cricketer's, Cheyne Walk ; A gateway in the Tower oi 

London ; etc. (Kilby), £5 15s. 6d. 



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25A Wilson, J. T., The Swan Inn, Tottenham ; The Bam Tavern, St. Martin's 

Lane, ; etc. (Knight), £3 5s. 
«6 Wilson, J. T., The Dragon Inn yard, Bishojsgate Street ; and The Rose and 

Crown Tavern, Queen Street, Tower Hill, pair ; and two others (Martin), 

£'- 15s. 

27 Yates, G., 1838, View of Westminster from the river — 13 x 23^ (Martin), 

£9 9^ 

28 Yates, G. Bird's-eye view over London Bridge ; and London Bridge from 

the rivtr (Parsons), £2 15s. 

29 Yates, T., London Bridge ; and Deptford Yard (Martin), £6 i6s. 6d. 

DRAWINGS BY T. ROWLANDSON AND HIS SCHOOL. 
50 The last dyinj speech ; and Buy a rat- or a mouse-trap (Martin), £17 17s. 
59 A farmyard, with a peasant family, and animals (Carfax), £5. 

70 The cattle-market at Camelford, Cornwall (Gooden & Fox), £6 15s. 

71 River scene, witi buildings, boats, and figures ; and Woody landscape, with 

cottages, figures, and animals (Sabin), £5 5s. 

73 The inn door ; ani Dutch interior (Major), £3. 

74 Twickenham Ferr/ ; and River scene, with boats and figures (Sabin), £3 5s. 

75 Village scene, with waggon and figures ; and Village on the coast, with figures 

(Pawsey & Payne), £5 5s. 

76 Embarking at Brigh'.stone ; and River scene, with bathers (Sabin), £3 los. 

77 Village scene, with caule in the foreground ; and Lord Barrymore, driving 

his photon (Pawsej & Payne), £8 5s. 

78 Haymakers resting ; acd The wreck (Pawsey & Payne), £6 6s. 

79 Road by the river, with waggon and figures ; and Mountain stream, with an 

angler (Parsons), £4 4s. 
88 The gallant's downfall ; and the companion, pair — 5 x 8| (Sabin), £7. 
92 An Irish Member on hi; way to the House of Commons — 6JX9 (Martin), 

£5 5S. 

94 " Tom Jones and Sophia "Vestem " ; an illustration to Fielding's " History 

of a Foundling" — 13x10^ (Ellis & Smith), £30. 

95 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea — 11x12 (Martin), £15 15s. 

97 A bull fair, Barnstaple, Devon — 7jxiiJ (W. Harris), £4 14s. 6d. 

98 The quaker and the clerk — SJxiaJ (Pawsey &. Payne), £1 is. 

99 The toast — 12x17^ (Pawsey & Payne), £9 9s. 

100 A Review at Brackley, Northamptonshire, 1807 — 10 x 15 (Sabin), £9 9s. 

102 The gamesters — iiixiSJ (Pawsey & Payne), £10. 

103 Chatham barracks — 10 x 15J (Parker), £5. 

104 Anniversary feast of the Freeand-Easy Club — 8J x 13J (Rimell), £2 los. 
ro6 River scene, with cattle and fijures in the foreground — ioixi6i (Parsons), 

£3 5s. 

107 Allom, T., The village of Khaadoo ; and The village of Koghero, pair — 

8x12 (Palser), £3. 

108 Athow, T., The south-east view of Penshurst Church, Kent ; and View of 

the interior of the church (Saunders), £1 5s. 
t09 Bartlett, W. H., Leigh Priory, and Hare Hall, Romford, pair ; Hawden 

Church, and Town Hall, Liverpool, by W. Westall, A.R.A., pair ; etc. 

(Permain), £3 15s. 
no Baynes, F. T., Still life ; Grapes and pineapple ; Hayes, Middlesex ; and A 

watermill, by F. L. T. Franci* (Palser), £4 4s. 
nr Baynes, J., Llangwinnet Lake ; The ruins of Tonbridge Priory ; and 

River scene, by F. Nicholson (Spencer), £2 2S. 



88 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

112 Bourne, J., View of Lancaster ; Chepstow Castle, Monmouth ; and Town on 

a river (Holliday), £2 12s. 6d. 

113 Buckler, J. C, Lichfield Cathedral— 24 x i7i (Walker), £2 5s. 

114 Buckler, J. C, Rochester Cathedral ; and Entrance to the Monastery of St. 

Augustine, Canterbury (Saunders), £3 13s. 6d. 

115 Buckley, C. T, 1865-6, Park scenes, with cavaliers and ladies (Mitchell), 

£3 los. 

116 Callow, W., On the Rhine ; Hastings, by W. J. Callcott ; aad Ruins of a 

Temple, by F. Nash (Permain), £3 los. 

119 Le Cave, P., A market-cart ; and Figures and animals, pair— 7j x 10 (Pawscy 

and Payne), £2. 

120 Coney, J., 1812, South-east view of York Minster — 23 x icj (Rimell), £1 4s. 

121 Co7«ns, J. R., Forest scenes (2), with figures and sheep .Carfax), £42. 

132 Daniell, W., R.A., Indian Temple ; and Landscape, wth an elephant and 
figures (Smith), £6 6s. 

124 Edwards, Edward, A.R.A., Strawberry Hill ; and The Printing-house at 

Strawberry Hill, pair — 7X9J (Sabin), £7 7s. 

125 Fielding, C, 1800, Piiver scenes, pair; The watering-piace ; and Near Ports- 

mouth (Permain), £6 6s. 

130 Ireland, S., Illustrations to " The picturesque views on the River Severn," 

forty-eight in eight frames (W. Daniell), £11 os. 6d. 

131 Leitch, W. L., Cattle watering; and A landscape: sunset, pair — 9x12} 

(Kilby), £2 I2S. 6d. 

134 Malton, James, 1799, Dandelion Gateway, Margate — 11 x 15 (Martin), £16 16s. 

135 Moore, A. P., Bath Abbey — 17X23J (Rimell), £1 12s. 

140 Nicholson, F., Chester ; and Hilly lake scenes (:), gouache (Falser), £5 5s. 

141 Payne, W., The turnpike at Hayes, on the road ;o Uxbridge — 17 x 22J (Brail), 

£1 i8s. 

142 Payne, W., Chepstow Castle ; A weir on the Tavey, Devon ; and A haibour 

scene (Grace), £3 13s. 6d. 

143 Payne, W., Brent Church, Devon ; Stoke, near Mount Edgecumbe (Saunders), 

£3 15s. 

144 Payne, VV., Rame Head, Cawsand Bay ; Mount Batten, Plymouth ; View 

near Blackheath (Falser), £3. 

146 Philp, J. G.. Near Land's End, and Kynance Cove, Cornwall, pair ; and 

Mountainous lake scenes, pair (HoUida)'), £2 15s. 

147 Reynolds, F. G., Castle in a landscape, ind four other studies ; and Tbe 

River Avon near Clifton, by S. Jackson (Gooden & Fox), £6 i6s. 6d. 

148 Roberts, D., R.A., Interior of a Cathedral, and lithograph of same ; Land- 

scapes, with buildings and figures, by J. Glover, pair (Walker), £12 is. 6d. 
150 Rooker, M. A., The Priory at Bumham Norton ; Clevedon-on-Thames ; 
and A castle on a river (Gooden & Fox), £1 15s. 

153 Sandby, P., R.A., River scene, with figures and animals, gouache — 22JX40J 

(Lacey), £2 2S. 

154 Sandby, P., R.A., The old bridge and castle at Deptford ; and The west gate 

and bridge at Gloucester, pair, gouache — 17x24 (Pawsey & Payne), 
£6 6s. 

155 Sandby, {P. R.A., A ruined tower ; and A mountainous landscape, pair, 

gouache — 17x24 (Crome), £2 2s. 

156 Sandby, P., R.A., Alnwick Castle — 12x20 (Holliday), £1 11s. 6d. 

157 Sandby, P., R.A., Sir J. Elvil's house, near Egham, Surrey ; Coast scene, 

gouache ; and View near Hampton, gouache (Ellis & Smith), £5 15s. 6d. 



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158 Sandby, T., Glastonbury, Somerset ; and The Cathedral, Wells, pair — 

8x12 (Parsons), £2 5s. 

159 Stanfield, On the coast of Brittany ; Abbev-ille ; On the Exe, by T. GirtiD ; 

and Rochester (Pawsey & Payne), £8. 

160 Turner, Gateway to Framlingham Castle ; King Arthur's Castle, Tintagel ; 

and A village on a river (Crome), £4 4s. 

161 Varley, J., Windsor Castle from the river ; and " Thompson's grave " (Wright), 

£3. 

162 Varley, J., Hilly river scene ; Lake scene, with chateau, 1825 ; and Moun- 

tainous lake scene (Bowden), £7 7s. 

163 Varley, J., Cromer, 1823 ; A view in the Highlands ; and A river scene, by 

A. F. Varley (Permain), £5 5s. 

164 Varley, J., Views in Wales (3) (Sampson), £4 15s. 

166 Wheatley, p., R.A., 1782, A farmstead — 2oixi8J (Ellis & Smith), £14. 

167 De Wint, P., The watering-place ; and A village church (Carey), £22. 

PICTURE. 

168 Ibbetson, J. C, Roslyn Castle, with cattle in the foreground — 224x33! 

(Bowden), £6 6s. 
173 Allen, D., 1795, A penny wedding ; and A highland marriage, pair — 13J x 18 
(Palser), £3 3s. 

175 Anderson, W., 1793, The calm ; and The storm, pair — 12J x 18 (Seymour), 

£2 7s. 6d. 

176 Anderson, W., 1797, The battle of Cape St. Vincent, two drawings in one 

frame ; and Shipping off the coast, pair (Sabin), £14. 

181 Atkinson, J. A., The fish-market, Boulogne ; Haymakers, by G. R. Lewis ; 

etc. (Walker's Gallery), £3 15s. 

182 Barret, G., Landscape, with waggons (2) ; Ajax and Hector, by S. F. Rigaud. 

1795 (HoUiday), £3 5s. 
184 Bestland, C, The soldier's farewell ; and The sailor's return, pair, oval — 
8 X 6J (Pawsey & Payne), £21. 

186 Blake W., Job — gi x 7i (Parsons), £2 2s. 

187 Blarenberghe, H. D. van, A woody landscape, with figures on a road ; and 

Landscape, with mined castle, pair, gouache — 6J x 8J (Sampson), £5 106. 

188 Bostock, J., The Hon. Mrs. Ashley, oval ; Winter, and Summer, by W. 

Hopkins, oval, pair (Amor), £4 5s. 

189 Boucher, Venus and cupids ; Coursing, by F. Barlow ; etc. (Sabin), £7. 

190 Boys, T. S., 1858-9, Mardol, Shrewsbury ; and Friar Street, Worcester, pair 

— 14x20 (Parsons), £13. 

191 Crevecceur, J. Briand de, 1747, Venus and Vulcan ; Vision of a Saint, and the 

companion, by J. J. Hoch, 1794 (Eades), £8 i8s. 6d. 

192 Brill, P., Landscape, with figures ; Landscape, with sportsmen (Crome), 

£2 153. 

193 Britton, J., Fonthill Abbey — rijxi4i (Eastwood), £2 5s. 

196 Buck, Adam, The origin of painting — 8x6 (Pawsey & Payne), £1 los. 

197 Buck, Adam, The foimtain of love ; and the companion, pair — 6i x 8 (Sabin), 

£13 13s. 

198 Buys, J., 1760, Views in Holland, with figures, pair — iii x 8J (Eades), £15 15s. 

199 Callow, Morning, and Evening, pair ; A sea-piece, by G. Chsimbers ; and 

Fishing-boats putting out, by J. A. Atkinson (Walker), £7. 

200 Canaletto, In the Vatican — 11JX14 (Lees), £10 los. 

aoi Carter, H. B., Off Scarborough ; Low tide, by J. Cristall ; Noah's Sacrifice, 

by G. Jones, R.A., etc. (Drake), £6 6s. 
203 Le Cave, P., A hilly landscape, with peasants and cattle — 27 x 37* (Steph«ns) 

£6 1 6s. 6d. 



go ART PRICES CURRENT. 

204 Le Cave, P., 1800-4, Landscapes, with buildings, figures, and animals, pair — 

15 X2oJ (Pawsey & Pajme), £9 gs. 

205 Le Cave, P., Landscape, with market-cart ; and Old watermill, with figures 

conversing in the foreground, pair — 9* x 14 (Pawsey & Payne), £13 13s. 

206 Le Cave, P., The woodcutters ; Peasants, and animals, 1799 ; and Cattle 

watering (Walker), £4 4s. 

207 De Chair, R. B., Family group ; and Lady and gentleman, by W. Hiltoa , 

R.A. (Walker), £6 i6s. 6d. 

208 Chalon, A. E., R.A., The Duke and Duchess ; " The Merry Wives of 

Windsor ; and " The Taming of the Shrew," by J. M. Wright 
(Cooling). £5 5s. 

209 Cipriani, J. B., R.A., Diana surprised by Satyrs ; A nymph on the clouds, 

cu-cular (Walker), £11 iis. 

210 Cleveley, J., View off Flushing ; View from Battersea Bridge ; and two others 

(Walker), £5 5s. 

211 Cleveley, J., View of the Needles, with Hurst Castle in the distance; Boats 

becalmed, by P. Gibson, R.S.A. ; and three others (Walker), £6 i6s. 6d. 

212 Cleveley, R., Men-of-war ofE the coast ; and Men-of-war in a calm (Pawsey 

and Payne), £7 17s. 6d. 

213 Cockburn, Major-General J. P., Views on the Continent, set of ten — 3^ X 6 

(Cooling), £7 103. 

214 Collet J., Birds; Animals; and Figure subjects, thirty-one in six frames 

(Miss Lewis), £1 8s. 

215 Collet J., Animals : Birds ; and Landscapes, eleven in eight frames (Walker), 

£3 3S. 

216 Collet, J., Landscapes, river scenes, etc. (10) (Reader), £7 17s. 6d. 

217 Coney, J., The eastern part of the south aisle; and The monument of G. 

Goldstone, Esq., Canterbury Cathedral, pair — 18^x15 (Paterson), £2. 

218 Cox, D., A river scene ; Battle scene, by W. Heath ; and six others (Palser), 

£8 8s. 

219 Craig, W. M., Illustrations to " Richard III " ; " Hamlet " ; " Macbeth " ; 

etc. (5) (Reader), £2 15s. 

220 Craig, W. M., Shakespeare and his creations (6) (Walker), £2 los. 

221 Cristall, J., Perseus and Andromeda ; Oberon and Titania ; and another 

(Walker), £4 4S. 

222 Cruickshank, I., An escapade of George IV when Prince of Wales, a set o£ 

four — 9 X 6i (Pawsey & Payne), £3. 

223 Cruickshank, I., Jack's return atter Lord Howe's victory ; A recruiting party 

(Sabin), £5 los. 

224 Cruickshank, I., The sleeping partner ; The little chimney-sweep ; and three 

others (Lees), £5 15s. 6d. 

225 Dadd, R., Romeo and Juliet; The rose, by J. L. David; and two others 

(Carfax), £10 los. 

226 Dayes, E., The reception room — 9x12 (Pawsey & Payne), £39 i8s. 
387 Dayes, E., 1789, Appleby — 13x19 (Pawsey & Payne), £11 iis. 

238 Dayes, E., The ruins of }he Bishop's Palace, Norwich ; and St. John's 

Vale, Cumberland (Walker), £4 5s. 

239 Desprez, J. L., Landscapes, with figures, and classical buildings, set of four — 

8xi3i (Walker), £12 12s. 

230 Dighton, Denis, The French attack on Hougomont ; and Changing horses at 

Clermont, by F. G. Byron (Pawsey & Payne), £17 17s. 

231 Dighton, J., The Earl of Coventry ; and nine others (Lewis^, £3 3s. 

23* Dighton, R., The peep-show ; Forged documents, by J. Gillray ; and two others 
(Pawsey & Payne), £4 4s. 



Christie's.] May 19 and 20, 1915. 91 

233 Dolby, E., 1881-8, Abbeville; Amiens; and Cochem, set of three; and 

Caudebec (Walker), £3 3s. 

234 Downman, Lord Wentworth, in naval uniform, oval ; Classical subjects, by 

Ramberg ; etc. (5) (Walker), £5. 

235 Dunthomc, J., junr., A book sale — -14JX21} (Ellis & Smith), £9 19s. 6d. 

236 Falens, C. Van, A camp scene ; A cavalr>' skirmish ; A vase of flowers, by 

F. Vos ; and three others (Pawsey & Payne), £11 iis. 

237 Fielding, C, A storm ; A hay-barge, by Sir O. W. Brierly, 1839 ; and Boats 

oS a jetty, by C. Bentley (Cooling), £14 14s. 

238 Glover, J., The bridge at Llangollen, and Spelatro : evening, pair ; and The 

Hcdl, Christchurch, Oxford, pair (Reader), £7 7s. 

240 Hamilton, W., R.A., The continence of Scipio— 15^ x 19J (J. Mills), £1 iis. 6d. 

241 Hamilton, W., R.A., The letter, oval ; The white lady and the friar, by R. 

Westall, R.A. ; Cottage hospitality, by E. F. Bumey (Palser), £8 8s. 

242 Harding, G. P., Henry VI ; and Mcirgaret of Anjou, pair ; The Countess of 

Leicester, from the original picture at Penshurst ; and three others 
(Reader), £2 2S. 

243 Hardy, T. B., Treport ; and A calm on the Maas, 1877 (Crome), £5 15s. 6d. 

244 Hardy, T. B., 1883, Off Katwyck ; Shipping, by T. S. Robins ; and two 

others (Cooling), £4 5s. 

245 Hayman, F., R.A., Checkmate ; The hunchback ; and The purveyor, by R. 

Smirke, R.A. ; and four others (Walker), £3 13s. 6d. 

246 Heaphy, T., 1813, A naval o£5cer, standing on the beach ; and The love- 

letter (Walker), £2 5s. 

247 Heath, W., 1818, The Grand Quintuple Alliance — I7jx26t (Levin), £4 los. 

248 Hills, R., At the gate ; Cattle resting, 1809 ; and Peasants and horses, by 

C. Towne (Ellis), £7 17s. 6d. 

249 Howitt, S., Q;ieen's house, Frogmore — 5jx8 (Palser), £1 los. 

250 Howitt, S., The swan with two necks ; Domestic happiness, by J. North- 

cote, R.A., oval ; and four others (Palser), £3 los. 

251 Huggins, W. J., Admiral Sir John Jervas off Cape St. Vincent ; A wreck, 

by G. Webster ; and two others (Walker), £5 15s. 6d. 

252 Hunt, W., Lady seated at a piano ; Ellen Douglas and Fitz-james, by J. H. 

Nixon ; and Preparing for the masquerade, by Chas. Landseer, R.A. 
(Buttery), £6 16s. 6d. 

253 Ibbetson, J. C, Going to market ; and A gipsy encampment, pair — 4 X 5! 

(Upf)erton), £2 12s. 

254 Ibbetson, J. C, Woody road scenes, with figures, pair ; and Hilly landscapes, 

pair (Ellis & Smith), £2 2S. 

255 Ibbetson, J. C, Wood-gatherers ; At the well ; and Farmyards, with horses 

and cattle, by P. le Cave, pair (Pawsey & Payne), £9 9s. 

256 Isabey, Portrait of Louis Phillipe, King of France (Spencer), £2 15s. 
256A Sir Thomas Munro, by M. Haughton (Pawsey & Payne), £4 4s. 

257 Joy, W., i?56. Men-of-war at anchor, pair; and Shipping in a breeze 

(Palser), £6 6s. 

258 Joy, W., 1855, A wreck ; Men-of-war at anchor ; and three others (Bowden), 

£15 4S. 6d. 

259 Kidd, W., R.S.A., A knavish trick ; An interior, by J. Absolon ; and Martin 

O'Rourke, and Whistling Dalmahoy, by W. H. Pyae, pair, engraved in 
'• The Social Club " (Walker), £2 los. 

260 Knight, W., Lake Lucerne ; The entrance to Liphook, Surrey, by H. Maple- 

stone (Reader), £3 13s. 6d. 



92 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

261 Kobel), Jan, Landscapes, with cattle, and figures, pair; and A girl drivinf 

two cows, by C. Towne (Spencer), £4 4s. 

262 Langendyk, D., 1790, A battle scene, indian ink wash — 22 x 27J (Van Eh-'reen), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

263 Langendyk, D., Woody streams, with buildings, figures, and animals, pair — 

I3ixi8 (Lees), £17 6s. 6d. 

264 Laporte, G. H., 1864, Tom Mason; Pig-sticking, by Newton Fielding; and 

A steeplechase, by W. H. Wheelwright (Pawsey & Payne), £1 5s. 

265 Laroon, M., A scene in the Mall ; A study of heads ; and The Promenade , 

by G. M. Woodward, indian ink (Reader), los. 6d. 

266 L'Eveque, H., A lady, standing by a stream ; Lovers, by J. Boyne (Walker), 

£7 7S. 

268 Lyell, C, Sixteen caricatures, in one frame ; A lesson in colouring, by 

C. Wild ; etc. (Lees), £4 14s. 6d. 

269 Malton, T., King's College Chapel, Cambridge — 13J x 19 (Ellis & Smith), 

£12 I2S. 

270 Martens, H., French Lancer? : Prisoners-of-war, by D. Dighton ; A bird's- 

eye view of the field of Waterloo (Sabin), £3. 

272 Meyers, H., A sculptor's studio — 8J x y\ (Blackbome), 12s. 

273 Miller, J., A street scene — 9x134 (Ellis & Smith), £5 5s. 

274 Mole, J. H., Watching the waves ; Roman peasants, pair ; and two others 

(Walker), £3. 

275 Nash, J., Lincoln Cathedral : A storm, by J. B. Hitchings ; and five others 

(Holliday), £5 10s. 

276 Nicholson, F., A cascade near Porthluyd ; The dripping rock at Knares- 

borough (Spencer), £3 los. 

278 Nixon, J., 1798, Dorchester : The assize-time ; and Arundel tower and cloisters, 

Canterbury Cathedral, by J. C. Buckler (Daniell), £5 los. 

279 Nixon, J., Margate ; The church at Edgware, by Ellis ; and North Court 

House, Isle of Wight, by W. Cartwright (Lees), £4 4s. 

280 Northcote, J., R.A., The descent from the Cross ; L' Allegro, by M. Haughtoa 

(Walker), £3 5s. 

281 O'Neil, H., A.R.A., 1825, The Penthouse and Cross, Winchester ; St. Nicholas's 

Church, Abingdon, 1803 (DanicU), £5 5s. 

282 Opiz, G., National studies, a set of fo\ir — 17JX14 (Leoin), £4 4s. 

283 Opiz, G., The perfumer ; Harmony ; and The gourmands, a set of three — 

i8Jxi4i (Sabin), £8 8s. 

284 Pannini, Francesco, Interior of St. Peter's Rome — 19x32 (Parsons), 16s. 

285 Paimini, Francesco, Entrance to the Vatican — igJxiS (Parsons), los. 6d. 

286 Payne, W., River scene, with fishermen ; Boats and figures by a jetty, by 

S. Owen : High Street, O.xford, by G. Pyne, 1848 (Walker), £14 3s. 6d. 

287 Pearson, C, 1852, A scene on the Conway, North Wales ; Roslyn Castle ; 

Lawes Water, Westmorland ; and Loch Katrine, a set ot four, circular — 
17 ins. diam. (Stemby), £12 12s. 

288 Pocock, N., Shipping at anchor ; Shipping in a breeze, by S. Owen ; and 

two others (Permain), £6 6s. 

289 Pocock, N., 1788, River scene, with cattle ; The blessing, by C. Cattermole, 

1857 ; and two others (Kilby), £3 3s. 

290 Pope, A., 1809, Lady Frances Ducie, daughter of the first Earl of Caemarv€», 

in white dress, standing on a terrace — 14J x loj (Lewis), £12 12s. 

291 Porter, Sir R. Ker, George IV landing ^t Leith, sepia (Palser), £5 5s. 

291A Porter, Sir R. Ker, An incident on the road, by P. J. de Loutherbourgh, R.A., 
indian ink wash ; and .\ hilly landscape, by W. H. Pyne (Rrader), £2. 



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292 Pouncey, B. T., Dandelion gateway, near Margate — 9x13 (Marx), £8 8s. 

293 Rademacker, A., The gardens of a mansion ; Diana and nymphs bathing ; and 

three landscapes (Crome), £7 17s. 6d. 

294 Richmond, G., R.A., 1835, The Duchess of Cumberland ; Lady on a garden 

seat, by Adam Buck (Walker), £3 15s. 

295 Robins, T. S., 1842, Fishing-boats in a breeze ; and View ofiE the Needles, Isle 

of Wight (Bowden), £5 15s. 6d. 

296 Robins, T. S., 1878, Shipping in a squall, pair — 12 x igjt (Bowden), £8 8s. 

297 Robins, T. S., 1844, Louis Philippe's visit to Queen Victoria (Walker), £2. 

298 Rosa, Italian river scenes, with figiires, a set of four, oval ; and Landscapes, 

with buildings, a set of four, gouache (Parsons), £7 17s. 6d. 

299 Samuel, G., Haddon Hall ; and A pike-pool, a pair ; and Fishing-boats in 

a breeze (Crome), £2 2S. 

300 Sandby, P., R.A., Woody river scene, with milkmaid ; and River scene, with 

a boat and anglers, gouache (Pawsey & Payne), £5 15s. 6d. 

301 Sandby, P., R.A., Hilly river scenes, with market figures, pair — 18^x23 

(Walker), £4 14s. 6d. 

302 Serres, D., R.A., 1790, View ofi Plymouth ; and At the Nore ; and Portsmouth, 

pair (Pawsey & Payne), £17 17s. 

303 Serres, D., R.A., Craigmillar Castle, near Edinburgh ; Rochester Castle, by 

E. Dayes, 1784; Dovercourt Church, and Ramsholt Church, Suffolk, by 
H. Gilder, pair (Walker), £2 2S. 

304 Sharpe, C. B., Lady Charlotte Campbell ; A Grenadier, by E. Dayes ; and 

five others (Sabin), £3. 

305 Shari)e, Louisa, The angel api>earing to the shepherds ; and Jacob's dream, 

pair — 21x17 (Hughes), 14s. 

306 Shelley, S., Adam, and Eve, pair ; and " The Lady " : .Milton's " Comus " 

(Walker), £2. 

307 Smith, J., Palazzo Publico at Bologna ; and The tomb of the Plautiam family, 

pair ; The first interview between Capt. Wilson and the King of Pelew, 
by H. Wilson ; and three others (Falser), £4 4s. 

308 Soane, Sir J., R.A., The entrance to the tomb of a hero ; The tomb of Robert 

Dudley, by T. Scandrett, 1S42 ; and two others (Holliday), £2 2s. 

309 Stephanos, F. P., Anthony and Cleopatra ; Death of King John ; and three 

others (Spencer), £2 15s. 

310 Stephanos, F. P., Scenes (5) from " Henry IV " ; " King John " ; " Much 

ado about Nothing " (Spencer), £3 los. 

311 Stephanos, F. P., The induction to "The Taming of the Shrew"; and 

" Romeo and Juliet " pair — 7JX9 (Permain), £2 los. 

312 Storck, A.., View ofi Amsterdam ; Town on a river, by A. Rademacker ; 

River scene, by Leonardis (Wallis), £7. 

313 Stothard, T., R..\., An illustration to " Macbeth " ; Haigh Hall, Lancashire, 

by J. Harwood ; etc., nine in eight frames, pen and ink and sepia (Hughes), 
£1 15s. 

314 Stry, J. van, A peasant with a bull ; Travelling peasants, and animals ; 

Through the wood, by E. van Drielst ; and Castle and sheep, after D. van 
Bergen (Kcidcr), £4 43. 

315 Swaine, F., Shipping at anchor, indiaa-ink wash ; Men-of-war off a fort ; 

and two others (Crome), £2 5s. 

316 Taylor, C, 1S70, Oyster dredgers in Peveusey Bay — 2iiX43 (Crome), £2. 

317 Taylor C, Sea-pieces, with fishing-boats, pair ; and Fishing-boats near the 

entrance to a harbour (Crome), £4. 

318 Taylor, C, Hastings trawl-boats ofi Beachy Head ; The entrance to Ports- 

mouth harbour ; and Fishing-boats near a lighthouse (Clark), £2. 



94 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

319 Taylor, C, Views off Dover ; etc. (4) (Light), £2 15s. 

320 Taylor, R., The doctor ; The breaking-up of an Irish wake, by G. Wood- 

ward ; and Irish peasants, a set of three (Clark), £1 15s. 

321 and 322 Tenniel, Sir John, Home defence ; a cartoon for Punch, Feb. 14th, 

1900, pencil — 8 x 6. Tomkins, P. W., The village schoolmistress ; and 
" He sleeps," oval (Walker), £2 12s. 

323 Turner, Basaltic rocks near Edinburgh — 11IX15J (Walker), £1 i8s. 

324 Turner, C, Portrait of J. M. W. Turner, R.A., black and white chalk ; Vice- 

Admiral Sir Samuel Hood, by W. Evans ; and two others (Parsons), £10. 

326 Westall, R., R.A., Mrs. Eliza Dickenson (nee Richards), in white dress ; and 

An illustration to Milton (Walker), £8 i8s. 6d. 

327 Westall, R., R.A., 1803, A sister of mercy ; and The birth of Shakespeare 

(Walker), £6 i6s. 6d. 

328 Westall, R., R.A., Escape of Mary, Queen of Scots ; and Charles V resigning 

the Crown of Spain to Philip II (Walker), £2 15s. 

329 Wheatley, F., R.A., 1783, An Irish fair — 18X25J (Sabin), £13 13s. 

330 Wheatley, F., R.A., 1783, Market-day ; and A park scene, by Sir J. Dean 

Paul (Walker), £10 los. 

331 Wogan, T., Heads of gentlemen, in ovals, pair ; and Two military officers, 

pastels (Crome), £2 12s. 6d. 

332 Woodward, G. M., New- Year resolutions ; and Two of a trade, five in three 

frames (Pawsey & Payne), £1 los. 

333 Wright, J. M., Illustrations (7) to " The Fortunes of Nigel " ; " The Winter's 

Tale " ; etc. (Foot), £2 los. 

334 Wright, J. M., Illustrations (4) to " Boccaccio " ; " The Taming of the 

Shrew " ; etc. (Spencer), £3 los. 

335 Wright, J. M., Gil Bias ; An illustration to " Henry IV " ; and four others 

(Walker), £3 5s. 

336 Wright, J. M., An illustration to Boccaccio's " Decameron " ; An illustration 

to " Hamlet " ; and two others (Speelman), £2 2s. 

337 Wright, J. M., The pride of the village ; A scene from " Henry IV " ; and 

another (Walker), £4 15s. 

338 Wright, J. M., Scenes (5) from " The Tempest " ; " Two Gentlemen of 

Verona " (Light), £2. 

339 Wright, J. M., Village musicians ; The proposal ; and two others (Walker), 

£3 5S. 



May 28. 1 9 15. Puttick's. 

Etchings, Engravings, Modern French Colour Prints, 
and Water-Colour Dravvings. 

MODERN ETCHINGS AND ENGRAVINGS. 
In Portfolio. 
8 Salmon fishing, by H. Sedcole, after Joseph Farquharson, mezzotint, signed 

proof (Young), £3 3s. 
10 Muscipula, by Samuel Cousins, mezzotint, signed proof (Foster), iSs. 

13 Haig, Azel, Amiens, signed proof (Slade), £1 6s. 

14 Haig, Axel, Street Scene, with Cathedral, signed proof (Paul), £1 2s. 6d. 

24 An old garden, by W. Macbeth, after J. E. Millais, signed remarque artist's 
proof, on vellum (Blackmore), 17s. 6d. 

29 St. Clement's Dane, by F. Dodd, signed proof (Grundy), £1. 

30 Howarth, Albany, Rheims Cathedral, signed proof (Dowdeswell), £7 7s. 



Puttick's.] May 28, 1915. 95 

31 Meissonier, J. L. E., Eight original etchings : Les Lansquenets, Confidences, 

Cavalier Louis XIII, L'homme k I'Epes, Page de Croquis, L'Hurcule, 
P^heurs k la Linge, and Annibal ; edition limited to 80 portfolios of which 
this is No. 14 (Gould), £8 Ss. 

Lots 32 to 86 are all printed in Colours, 

32 Helleu, Frileuse, signed proof (Long), £1 los. 

33 Helleu, Pensive, signed proof (Long), £1 7s. 6d. 

34 Helleu, Cbajxjau Rose, signed proof (Long), £1. 

35 Helleu, Gracieuse, signed proof (Long), £1 los. 

36 Helleu, Blondive, signed proof (Long), £1 los. 

37 Helleu, Boudeause, signed proof (Long), £1 los. 

38 Luigini, Pont de Malines, signed proof (Moss), £2 5s. 

39 Luigini, Canal Flamand, signed proof (Moss), £2. 

40 Luigini, Place de Malines, signed proof (Moss), £2 5s. 

41 Jouvet, D., Notre Dame, signed proof (Long), £2 5s. 

42 Ladtte, A., Outward bound, signed proof (Long), 12s. 

43 Simon, T. F., Venice, signed proof. (Long), 7s. 

44 Simon, T. F., Sur la Plage, signed proof (Long), los. 

45 Simon, T. F., Marchand de Statuettes, signed proof (Long), iis. 

46 Simon. T. F., Bric-a-Brac, signed prool (Long), £1 3s. 

47 Gerard, Le Gout, Isle de Seine, signed proof (Long), £1 4s. 

48 Latenay, G. de, L. Automme. signed proof), Long), 14s. 

49 Waidmann, P., Vieux Pont, signed proof (Mofs), 14s. 

50 Labrouche, P., La Beguinage a Bruges, signed proof (Moss), 14s. 

51 Lalitte, F., Rue Sans la Heigd, signed proof (Long), 13s. 

52 Chabanian, A., Les Mouettes, signed proof (Long), 8s. 

53 Grimelund, J., Le Degel, signed proof (Long), 12s. 

54 Grimelund, J., Snow in Norway, signed proof (Long) T4S. 

55 Grimelund, J., Soleil d'Hiver, signed proof (Longj, £1 5s. 

56 Houdard, C, Bruges, signed proof (Long), £1 los. 

57 Houdard, C, Le Grain, signed proof (Long), £1 los. 

58 Waidmann, P., Pont de la Reine, signed proof (Long), £x 2S. 6d. 

59 Dauphin, G., Les Tartanes, signed proof (Long), £1 2S. 6d. 

60 Dauphin, G., Le Vapeur, signed proof (Long), £1 5s. 

61 Latenay, G. de, L'Hiver, signed proof (Moss), £1 2S. 

62 Latenay, G. de, L'Ete, signed proof (Long), £1 2S. 

63 Latenay, G. de, Route d'Avranches, signed proof (Long), £1 4s. 

64 Chabanian, A., Palais de Doges, signed proof (Moss), 12s. 

65 Chabanian, A., Lavandiere, signed proof (Moss), 14s. 

66 Robbe, M., Le Sofa, signed proof (Moss), 16s. 

67 Robbe. M., Le Miroir, signed proof (Moss), i8s. 

68 Gerard, Le Gout, Hauteurs d'Audiune, signed proof (Moss), i5s. 

69 Gerard, Le Gout, Bateaux Pecheurs, signed proof (Moss), £1 is. 

70 Gerard, Le Gout, Rentree au Port, signed proof (Moss), £1 is. 

71 Paillard, H., Reflets Dories, signed proof (Moss), £1. 

72 DeUtre, E., La TempSte, signed proof (Long), £1. 

73 Dauchez, A., Sous le Pens, signed proof (Long), 14s. 

74 Houdard, C, La Tourbiere, signed proof (Long), £i 4s. 

75 Gautier, L., Notre Dame, Paris, signed proof (Brail), 18s. 

76 Pradier, M., Le Pont, and Nocturne, signed proofs (Long), 8s. 

77 Pradier, M., Le Vieux Moulin, and Chaumiere, signed proofs (Moss), 8s. 

78 Pradier, M., Maison de Passeur, signed proof (Moss), 8s. 

79 Pradier, M., The ferry, signed proof (Moss), 8s. 



96 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

80 Pradier, M., The lock, signed proof (Moss), 8s. 

8i Lamy, F., Abbaye de la Misericorde, Venice, signed proof (Barnard), i8s. 

81 Fox, H. C, Strat£ord-on-Avon, signed remarque proof (Moss), i6s. 

83 Fox, H. C, On the Avon, signed remarque proof (Long), 12s. 

84 Fox, H. C. A west road, signed proof (Long), 12s. 

85 Fox, H. C, On the way to Warwick ; and Near Shakespeare's home, signed 

proofs (Long), £1. 

86 Berkeley, S., Claire de Lune (Moss), 8s. 

Framed. 
g6 Zeyra, by S. Cousins, after Leighton, mezzotint, signed artist proof (Holliday), 
14s. 

98 Fingal's Cave, by Brunet Debaines, after Johnson, signed artist's proof, on 

vellum (Blackmore), £1 4s. 

99 Goddess of discord in the Garden of Hesperidcs, by F. S. Walker, after Turner, 

mezzotint, in colours, signed proof (Blackmore), i8s. 
100 The market cart, by J. C. Webb, after Gainsborough, mezzotint, in colours, 

signed proof (Blackmore), £1 5s. 
loi The rising and setting of the sun, by E. Stamp, after F. Boucher, mezzotints, 

in colours, pair, signed proofs (Blackmore), £1 2s. 

103 Lords John and Bernard Stuart, by J. C. Webb, after Van Dyck, mezzotint, 

in colours, signed proof (Blackmore), i8s. 

104 The gambler, and companion, by Jules Jacquet, after Meissonier, signed 

remarque proofs, on vellum, pair ( Blackmore), £3 los. 

106 Short, Sir Frank, Portrait of Robert Bums, after Nasmyth, mezzotint, signed 

proof (Brail), £1 los. 

107 The end of the skein, by James Dobie, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed artist's 

proof (HoUiday), £2 7s. 6d. 

J. L. E. Meissonier. 
109 Friedland, by Eugene Tily, signed proof (Athill), £8 8s. 

no L' Apogee, by C. A. Coppier, signed remarque proof, on vellum (Athill), £3 3s. 
Ill Jena, by the same, signed remarque proof, on vellum (Athill), £5 los. 
1X2 L'Arriv^e des hdtes, by Jules Jacquet, signed remarque proof, on vellum 

(Grundy), £2. 

113 Post horses, by L. Monzies, signed artist's proof, on vellum (Athill), £3 3s. 

114 A game of bowls, by E. Chiquet, signed proof, on vellum (Tucker), £2 5s. 

115 La halte, by A. Mignon, signed remarque proof, on vellum (Athill), £3 12s. 6d. 

116 Two connoisseurs, by L. Ruet, signed remarque proof, on vellum (Barnard), 

£1 15s. 

117 .\ cavalier, by Jules Jacquet, signed remarque proof, on vellum (Barnard), 

£2 5s. 

1 18 A halt, and companion, by L. Ruet, signed remarque proofs, on vellum, pair 

(Brail), i6s. 



119 Where nought is heard, by Bishop Pratt, after Peter Graham, photo engraving, 

signed proof (Judge), £2. 

120 Grass crowned headland of a rocky shore, by and after same, ditto (Waymarks), 

£1 15s. 

121 Portrait of a lady, by Laguillermie, signed proof (Gooden and Fox), £2 los. 

122 The sisters, by Joseph B. Pratt, mezzotint, signed proof (Waymarks), £3 los. 

123 Portrait of a lawyer, by R. S. Clouston, after G. Moroni, mezzotint, signed 

proof (Dighton), i6s. 

124 Queen Alexandra, by Laguillermie, after Luke Fildes, signed proof, on vellum 

(Dighton), los. 



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125 Portrait of a lady, by M. Cormack, mezzotint, signed proof, published by 

Colnaghi (Waymarks), £i 15s. 

126 Hebe, by Laguillermie, signc' remarque proof, on vellum ( ), los. 

127 Scene in Venice, after Luke Fildes, signed proof (Kingdon), 15s. 

128 Lingering autumn, by Cbauvel, after MUlais, signed artist proof, on vellum 

(Waymarks), £1 17s. 6d. 

129 Landscape, with river scene, after Douglas Adams, signed proof (Judge), 15s. 

131 A Dorsetshire valley, by W. Hole, after E. M. Wimperis, signed artist proof, 

on vellum (Athill), £2 2S. 

132 Winter scene, with sheep, after Joseph Farquharson ; and Stags in the high- 

lands, after C. Stuart, si^ed proofs (Young), £2 los. 

133 Sea hath its pearls, by J. C. Webb, after W. H. Margetson, mezzotint (Fores), 

£1 14s. 

134 Summer clumber, by J. D. Miller, mezzotint, signed proof (Athill), i6s. 

135 The king's daughter, after H. Schmalz, signed proof (Ogden), £1 2s. 

136 A procession ; and Jewels, after Alma Tadema, signed proofs (Fores), £2 6s. 
140 Grouse and duck shooting, ptarmigan, etc. (4), after A. Thorbum, signed 

proofs (Fores), £2. 
142 Hawking party, by A Mathey, after Talbot Hughes, signed remarque artist's 

proof, on vellum (Kingdon), 15s. 
172 Pompone de Bellierure, by Nanteuil, after Champaigne (Macdonald), £1 8s. 
179 Wilbraham Egerton, Esq.. of Tatton, by G. T. Stubbs, after G. Stubbs (Webber) 

£i6s. 

195 The Lambton children, by W. Sharp, after J. Hayter, lithograph (Webber), 

19s. 

196 Miss Macdonald, by Samuel Cousins, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint 

(Brail), £2. 

197 Mrs. Lister, by the same, after Newton, mezzotint (Grundy), 16s. 

198 Miss Foote, by Picart, after Clint, in colours (Parker), £1 7s. 6d. 

199 Gentleman, seated at a table, holding letter, by W. Say, after Gabriel Stuart, 

mezzotint (Chaundy), i8s. 
204 The cottagers, by Bartolozzi, after Reynolds, in colours (Parker), £1 los. 

210 Miss Bloomfield, by T. Cheesman, after Adam Buck, in brown (HoUiday), 

i8s. 

211 Tancred and Erminia, after Cipriani ; and Tancred and Clorinda, after Kauff- 

man, by Bartolozzi, in red (Boys), i6s. 

215 Hobbinol and Ganderetta, by P. W. Tomkins, after Gainsborough, in brown 

(HoUiday), £2 17s. 6d. 

216 Mother and children, by Picot, after C. Monnet, oval, in red, proof (Barnard), 

1 6s. 

217 The gipsy, by H. Meyer, after D. Wilkie, mezzotint (Parker), 9s. 

218 View of Canterbury, by V. Green and Borrodale, in colours, aquatints (Pefiers), 

£1. 

226 Reid's brewery, aquatint, in colours, proof ( ), £2 2S. 

235 An aeronautical view of London, drawn and engraved by R. Havell, aquatint, 

in colours (Barnard), £1 los. 

240 Vue de Servoz, by Linck, aquatint, in colours (Barnard), £1 los. 

241 Le Glacier Superieur du Grindelwald, by and after Lafone; and Lony, aquatints, 

in colours, pair (Barnard), £3. 

242 East and west views of Torquay, by J. F. Dessiou, aquatints in colours, 

pair (Brail), £2. 

243 The Campaign of Waterloo, with plates, by Bowyer, aquatints, in colours 

(i vol.), ( Chaundy), £2 7s. 6d. 

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98 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

245 Scenery in England and Wales, by Pickett — A. J. Clark, after P. J. de Louther- 

bourg, containing eighteen plates, aquatints, in colours (i vol.), (Chaundy), 
£4 Ss. 

Framed. 

246 Vauxhall, by Rowlandson, aquatint (Batsford), £3 5s. 

247 Mary's dream, by W. Ward, after F. Wheatley, mezzotint, first 50 (Nicholson), 

249 Moniinia visiting the tomb of Lucilius, by J. R. Smith, after T. Cosvvay, circle, 

in brown (Holliday), £1 7s. 5d. 

250 Port and harbour of Whitehaven, by Duncan, aquatint (Gooden & Fox), i8s. 
252 Engagement between " Quebec " and " Serveillante," by Caldwell, after Carter 

(Gooden & Fox), £1 7s. 6d. 
255 Napoleon's horse, Mameluck, by Debucourt, after Vemet, aquatint, in colours 

(Parkes), £2 5s. 
255 Shooting, after Aiken, aquatint, in colours, a set of four (Paget), £1. 

257 Vale of Aylesbury steeplechase, by C. and G. Hunt, after F. C. Turner, aqua- 

tints, in colours, varnished, a set of four (Brail), £5. 

258 Capt. Beccher on Vivian, by C. and G. Hunt, after Mitchel, aquatint, in colours, 

varnished (Ansell), £1 15s. 

259 Race for the St. Leger, by J. Harris, after J. Pollard, aquatint, in colours (one 

imframcd), (Andrews), £21. 
261 View of the Cape of Good Hope, and Battle, by Clark and Merke, after Craig, 
aquatint (Andrews), £2 12s. 6d. 

265 Connubial happiness, by Bartolozzi, after Buubury, circle in red (Boys), £1 los. 

266 The mower, by and after J. Pierson, in colours (Parker), £1 6s. 

269 Views of Dundee and Hamilton, by J. Clark, aquatint, in colours (Slade), £i 15s. 
271 The thatcher, by and after J. Barney, in colours (Bortin), 17s. 
283 Harmony, by Adam, after Hoppner, oval, in brown (White), £r 2S. 
WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 
In Port/olio. 
292 Hollar, W., 1630, Panoramic view of Passav, in pen and ink — 2oi x 4 J 
(Daniels), £5. 

297 Paton, F., 1908, A racehorse (Holliday), i8s. 

298 Paton, F., Huntsman and hounds (Fores), £2 15. 

305 Malton, J., Design for a gateway, 1795, signed, (Holliday), £1 2S. 6d. 

Framed. 
323 Wolstenholme, Shooting, pair, on panels, paintings (Holliday), £5. 



Christie's.] June 4, 1915. 99 



June 4, 1915- Christie's. 

Pictures and Drawings, the Property of the late Sir 
John Swinburne, Bart., Capheaton Hall, Newcaistle-on- 
Tyne ; and Modem Pictures and Water Colour Drawings 
from different sources. 

Property of the late Sir John Swinburne, Bart., Cap- 
heaton Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

DRAWINGS. 
In the Folio. 
I Atkinson, Horsemen, pair ; The lake, Capheaton, by F. F. Perceval, 1867 : 

and 12 others (Walker), £S i8s. 6d. 
3 Cotnian, J. S., 1801, Llanthony Abbey, Wales; and A ruined church, by 
J. C. Buckler (Falser), £7 ids. 

3 Cox, D., A Thames boat ; Hastings beach : and another (Huggins), £27 6s. 

4 Cox, D., Hilly landscape, with a peasant driving cattle in the foreground ; 

A hjirvest field ; and three others (Walker), £65 2S. 

5 Cox, D., Stranded barges ; Woody landscape ; and three others (Walker), 

£29 8s. 

6 Fielding, View on the Brathay, near Ambleside ; On the coast, near Folke- 

stone ; and two others (Huggins), £37 i6s. 

7 Girtin, T., Bamborough Castle ; amd Dunstanborough Castle (Falser), £25 4s. 

8 Swinburne, E., An Italian landscape, with buildings and figures ; and six 

others (Swift), £7 los. 

9 Turner, W. (of Oxford), The return of the flock ; and three others (Falser), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

10 Varley, J., 1816, Chiswick from Barnes; and Chelsea (Huggins), £18 i8s. 

11 Varley, J., Lindisfarne Abbey, Northumberland ; Cattle watering: morning; 

and four others (Swift), £13 13s. 

Framed. 

12 Coast scene ; River scene ; Flowers from Lake Como ; and foiur others 

(Amor), £16 i6s. 

13 Harvesting ; and The plough (Huggins), £10 10s. 

14 Barber, Charles, 1812, View from Perry Bar, Staffordshire ; and Drawing 

in the boat, by Luke Clermell, 1812 (Falser), £11 iis. 

15 Barret, G., Road scene, with figures and animals : sunset — i2ix 17 (Evans), 

£11 OS. 6d. 

16 Barret, G., 1836, The avenue — 12JX16} (Agnew), £4 4s. 

17 Bayard, Emile, Illustrations to a story, a set of three, monochrome — 14^ x io\ 

(Crome), £1 is. 

18 Head of W. Mulready, R.A., by Julia Swinburne, black and red chalk ; and 

A male study, by W. Mulready, R.A., ditto (Huggins), £1 los. 

19 Clennell, Luke, Harbour scene ; Old cottages ; Lake scene, by E. Swinburne ; 

and three others (Swift), £19 19s. 

20 Cristall, J., 1833, At the spring ; A mountain road ; Low tide ; and A 

schooner, by M. Thomson (Swift), £24 3s. 

21 Dorrell, E., A faggot-gatherer ; View on the Thames, 18 10 ; Girl on a stile ; 

and The young crossing-sweeper, by J. Cristall (Huggins), £9 los. 

22 Ducros, The Falls of Tivoli ; Castle and bridge, sepia ; and Saint Catherine 

and the Infant Saviour, pastel (Hood), £1 is. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



24 Fielding, Copley, 1827, Loch Lomond, with cattle and figures on a road in 

the foreground — 17^x21} (W. Permain), £199 los. 

25 Fielding, The mountain pass ; and Morning, near Folkestone (Mrs. Baker), 

£3 3S. 

26 Hardy, T. B.. North Shields ; and Off the coast, 1893 (Yeulett), £7 7s. 

27 Hunt, W., The plough-boy— 14x8! (Permain), £18 i8s. 

28 Hunt, W., Fruit ; and Fruit, flowers, and bird's-nest (Huggins), £7 17s. 6d. 

29 Prout, Hulks on the coast ; Smugglers, by Luke Clennell ; and Hexham 

Church, by T. Allom (Walker), £5 15s. 6d. 

30 Richardson, T. M., Dimstone Doune Castle ; and A frigate, by E. Tucker 

(Mrs. Baker), £4 14s. 6d. 

31 Swinburne, E., Grotto Ferrata, near Rome ; and Italian bay scenes (2), by 

Julia Swinburne (Huggins), £8 18s. 6d. 

33 Swinburne, E., A waterfall ; Mountainous landscape, with sheep ; and 

Rocky coast, with boats in a storm, by N. Pocock (Huggins), £4 4s. 

34 Swinburne, E., River scene, with horseman driving cattle ; and Rocky coast 

scenes, pair (Huggins), £3 13s. 6d. 

35 Swinburne, E., In the Campagna ; Lake scene ; and An Eastern town 

(Huggins), £8 i8s. 6d. 

36 Swinburne, E., A waterfall ; Village scene ; and two others (Huggins), 

£8 8s. 

37 Swinburne, Julia, A Swiss town ; and River scenes, pair (Miss Green), £3 los. 

38 Varley, J., 181 1, Hilly landscape, with viaduct; and Vanburgh House, ia 

Greenwich Park (Mrs. Lowry), £3 13s. 6d. 

39 Varley, J., River scene, with castle; and An old cottage (Mrs. Baker), 

£11 OS. 6d. 

40 De Wint, P., Harvest-time — 9iX2i| (Leggatt), £35 14s. 

PICTURES. 

42 Woody landscape, with sportsmen ; Hilly landscape, with travelling peasants 

and animals ; and The Holy Family (Leggatt), £6 6s. 

43 Head of an old man; and Dogs, by A. Cooper, R.A. (Swift), £2 15s. 

44 Bonnar, W., The deserter detected; and Gossips, panel (Mitchell). £11 iis. 

45 Cooper, A., R.A., James Armstrong and Robert Charlton (two gamekeepers), 

with pony, dogs, 3nd dead game — 17^x23^ (Huggins), £12 12s. 

46 Cooper, A., R.A., 1839, Horses at grass— 27^ x 35J (Huggins), £8 8s. 

47 Cooper, A., R.A., Three cart-horses — 31x42 (Swift), £12 12s. 

48 Crome, J., after. Common scene, with cattle ; and Nymphs in the clouds 

(Leger), £4 4s. 

49 Dutch School. View in a Dutch town, with numerous figures merrymaking ; 

and The Virgin and Child, with Saints, School of Rubens, panel (Jacobs), 

£21- 

51 Hamilton, W., R.A., Mrs. Siddons and her son, in the tragedy of " Isabella " ; 

and Mrs. Siddons as " The Grecian Daughter " (two framed prints of 
the first-mentioned picture sold in this lot) — 32^x22} (Amor), £21. 

52 Hogarth School. Peg Wofiington, in pink silk dress, with white scarf and 

lace frills — 48JX39 (Cohen), £33 12s. 

53 Orizonte, Woody landscape, with women washing clothes at a stream ; and 

Dog and dead game (Mrs. Stephens), £8 8s. 

54 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., after. Lady Barbara Bertti, in white decollete dress, 

by G. H. Harlow ; and Head of a lady, in brown dress — School of Janssens 
— panel (Leggatt), £11 lis. 

57 Swinburne, Julia, Death of .\bsolom, by J. Linnell, senr. (Huggins), £2 2S. 

58 Millner, Carl, The Ortler Alp ; and two others (Bremncr), £2 2S. 



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59 Mtilready, W., R.A., The dog of two minds ; and The travelling druggist 

(Swift), £2(1 5s. 

60 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., after, Mercury and Herse, by Julia Swinburne — 

56x48 (Huggins), £11 lis. 

61 Velde, Van de. Bay scene, with men-of-war and shipping — 33^ x 39 (Huggins), 

£6 6s. 

62 Voulki, M., Views in the Tyrol, pair ; aud Hilly landscapes, with figures, set 

of four (Jacobson), £12 12s. 

63 Voulki, M., Seaports, with buildings, boats and figures: sunset; and Trees 

in Knole Park, by H. Howard, R.A. (James(. £5 5s. 

Different properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

64 Law, David, Harrow-on-the-HiU— 18 x 27i (Evans), £8 8s. 

65 Brabazon, H. B., River scene — 6|X9| (Black), £2 12s. 6d. 

66 Brabazon, H. B., Naples, with Santa Lucia and Vesuvius, pastel — 5^x9 

(Gibson), £2 2S. 

67 Muirhead, David, View near Norwich — 6^x9! (Mason), £1 lis. 6d. 

68 Rich, A. W., A Yorkshire village : and A sea-piece, by Robert Little (Morley), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

69 Scott, Tom, R.S.A., 1905, On a Dutch canal — 18x24! (Col. Swinburne), 

£10 los. 

70 Barret, G., 1841, Peasant driving a horse : Hampstead Heath : sunset — 

7x11 (Evans), £5 15s. 6d. 

71 Fielding, C, Windsor Castle from the river — 8JX12J (Willis), £5 15s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

72 Herring, J. F., Drawing cover; and In full cry, pair — 21^x26^ (James), 

£22 IS. 

73 Aikman, G., A.R.S.A., On the Lyon, Perthshire — 15^x23^^ (Sampson), £3 3s. 

74 Blinks, T., 1882, Gone away — 15JX 12 (Evans), £14 14s. 

75 Yeames, W. F., R.A., 1864, Sending up the boar's head — 15^x21 (Lacey), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

76 Scheffer, Henri, The grandfather's visit — 21X17J (Malesey), £7 17s. 6d. 

77 Morgan, Fred, Under the mistletoe — 31X21J (Pickering), £19 19s. 

78 Morgan, Fred, For King and country — 35x45 (Pickering), £40 19s. 

79 Solomon, Solomon J., R.A., Study of a man's head — 19 x 15 (Leger), £3 3s. 

80 Watson, J. D., 1888, His comrade's grave — 24 x 17 (Leger), £4 4s. 

81 Pickersgill, F. R., R.A., Scenes (2) from " Comus " (James), £2 12s. 6d. 

82 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., after, Venus and the piping boy ; The Infant Saint 

John, after B. E. Murillo ; and A Rabbi, after Rembrandt (Yeulett), 
£1 IIS. 6d. 

83 Collins, Beach scenes, with children (Yeulett), £4 4s. 

84 Webb, Shipping in a breeze ; and A river scene (James), £5 5s. 

85 Campotosto, H., Boy, seated in a field ; and The prisoner, by F. de Braekeleer, 

on panel (Arthur), £1 12s. 

86 Tenkate, H., 1874, Reading the news, panel — 6Jx8 (Arthur), £6 6s. 

87 Rolfe, H. L., Fresh-water fish — 24i X 29 (James), £1 5s. 

88 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1877, Three cows and five sheep on the bank of a river — 

23i X 35i (Cooling), £69 6s. 

89 Fahey, .Wilfred, 1906, A vision of the Conception — 43^ X 33i (Reid), £1 iis. 6d. 

90 Kidd, W., May-day — 20^ x 32^ (James), £3 13s. 6d. 

91 Long, Edwin, R.A., 1885, The search for beauty — 59JX96 (Sampson), £189. 

92 Dockree, M. E., 1884, The bed aud banks of the River Rhiew— 54} x 43 

(Morrice), £5 5s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



93 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1871, The bend of a river — 23} x 35J (Sampson), £30 9s. 

94 Lawson, F. Wilfred, 1888, Ruth and Naomi — 49jX3ii (Misell), los. 6d. 

95 Lawson, F. Wilfred, The morning song — 19 x 23J (Owen), £1 5s. 

96 Lawson, F. Wilfred, The silver cord ; and Repose (Owen), £3 los. 

97 Haghe, L., 1857, The Roman letter-writer — 8xiof (Cooling), £13 13s. 

98 Rathbonc, J., Lake Windermere ; and Cattle and sheep by a stream, by J. 

Dearman, 1852, panel (Meinestzhagen), £9 9s. 

99 Peel, J., View in Devonshire — 19J x 29J (Coureah), £6 i6s. 6d. 

100 Clausen, G., R.A., 1891, Head of Rose Grimsdale, panel — iofx7} (Ellis), 

£16 i6s. 
loi Clausen, G., R.A., 1893, A cottage girl ; R.A., 1893 — 23x20 (Wise), £31 ids. 

102 Schouten, H. van. Horses returning from work ; and Poultry — 23 x 35 (James), 

£4 4S. 

103 Leemputten, J. L. van, Return of the flock ; Evening ; and Poultry (James), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

104 Schouten, H. van. Barge horses ; and Cattle in a pasture, pair — 15 x 23 

(Pickering), £2 12s. 6d. 
lo,") Colsoulle, G., Le Ddbardage ; and The Suez Canal, by Pier Albert (James), 
£1 IS. 



The following pictures by Belgian painters were con- 
veyed through the German lines at great risk, and are 
now sold by the Belgian Mission of Art for the Benefit of 
the Artists. A certificate to this efiect can be supphed to 
each purchaser by the Belgian Mission. 

DRAWING. 
io5 Hagemans, Maurice, Sheep at Campine — i6ix36j (Reimer), £8 8s. 
PICTURES. 

107 Baes, Firmio, Sainte Anne ter Muiden (Dutch frontier) — 20J x 24I (Eliot), 

£5 5S. 

108 Jacqmotte, G. Ph., Chrysanthemums in a brass bowl — 31^x39^ (Milton), 

£37 i6s. 

109 Langaskens, Maurice, Swans — 224x29^ (Wills), £10 los. 

no Merckaert, Jiil, 1911, The old quay at Malines — i7jX2ii (Mason), £9 9s. 
Ill Werleman, Carl, A football match, on the Royal Racing Club Ground, Brussels 
— 27^x31 J (Mason), £8 8s. 



The following are the Property of Mrs. T. R. Macquoid, 
who gives half the proceeds to the British Red Cross 
Society. 

DRAWINGS. 

112 Macquoid, T. R., Bakewell, Derbyshire — 13JX20 (Sampson), £2 2S. 

113 Macquoid, T. R., 1910, Under the oranges, Spain — 14x204 (Sampson), £1 is. 

114 Macquoid, T. R., A well at the Alhambra, Granada ; El Parrel, Segovia, 

Spain (Mrs. Norton), £8 8s. 

115 Macquoid, T. R., Farm near Sevenoaks, Kent ; and Pine trees, Wincfaelsea 

(Perry), £2 12s. 6d. 

116 Macquoid, T. R., Lucca Cathedral, Italy ; and The Old Crane, Malines, 

Belgium (Norton), £6 6s. 

117 Macquoid, T. R., Cottages, Lindfield, Sussex ; and At Gisors, Normandy 

(Sampson), £1 is. 



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118 Macquoid, T. R., The lion Court, Altaambra, Granada; At Seville; and 

Peonies (Perry), £2 12s. 6d. 



Property of a Lady. 

DRAWINGS. 

119 Bradley, W., 1882, On the Thames near Shiplake, pair — 21 x 16J (James), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

120 Brissot, F., Folding sheep — 9JX13I (Cooling), £3 3s. 

121 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1880, Sheep on a hill — 9^x13^ (Cooling), £24 3s. 

122 Foster, Birket, The watering-place — 7I x 13 (James), £123 i8s. 

123 Foster, Birket, Loch Lomond, vignette (Tooth), £21. 

124 Gouvion-St. Cyr, H., 1882-3, Preparing vegetables ; and Dolce far niente 

(Christy), £6 i6s. 6d. 

125 Lloyd, Tom, 1890, Spring: King's Langley — 13JX27I (Sampson), £19 19s. 

126 Lloyd, Tom, 1890, Summer evening : Romney marshes — 13! x 27J (Samjison), 

£10 lOS. 

127 Martineau, Gertrude, 1882, Water-lilies in Rothiemurchus woods — 19JX16 

(Kingdon), £3 13s. 6d. 

128 Murray, David, R.A., 1887, A wet market-day, St. Riquier, Picardy — 13J x 20J 

(Willis), £13 13s. 

129 Robertson, C, The vegetable cart — igf x 13J (James), £10 los. 

130 Rowe, E. A., 1891, Far from the madding crowd — gjx 14^ (Falser), £11 os. 6d. 

131 Weedon, A. W., 1880, Squally weather — i7i x 28J (Spencer), £2 12s. 6d. 

132 Whipple, J., Street scene in Cairo — 15 x loj (HoUybone), £4 4s. 

PICTURES. 

133 Andreotti, F., Indecision — 40J x 29J (Mitchell), £65 2S. 

134 Andreotti, F., Courtship — 19J x 14 (Evjms), £29 8s. 

135 Baird, W. B., Sheep in an orchard ; and Lane in the Vale of Llangollen, by 

A. de Breanski (Sigismund), £2 2S. 

136 Bouchet, Auguste, 1875, The sentinel — 37 x 28 (Mellersh), £3 13s. 6d. 

137 Burgess, J. B., R.A., The morning promenade — 29X21J (Cassell), £21. 

138 Costa, G., The Odalisque — 57x41 J (Sampson), £5 5s. 

139 Croegaert, G., In the boudoir, panel— iiJxSi (Sampson), £18 i8s. 

140 Hunter, Colin, A.R.A., 1888, The morning catch — 22x39 (Tooth), £31 los. 

141 Knowles, Davidson, 1884, An Arab warrior, panel — 19JX11J (Mellersh), 

£4 4S. 

142 Koekkoek, H., The Zuyder Zee, with boats becalmed — 14x225 (James), 

£7 7S. 

143 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1892, On the Welsh coast — 7-Jx iij (Sampson), £15 15s. 

144 Lidderdale, C. S., 1887, Without leave or license — 37^x285 (M. Joseph), 

£7 7s. 

145 Lloyd, Stuart, 1883, Helford Creek, Cornwall — 30X39J (Sampson), £2 2S. 

146 Miller, M. B., Brittany butter — 35J x 2&J (Sampson), £1 is. 

147 Novo, Stefano, Venetian courtship — 35^ x 20 (Sampson), £18 18s. 

148 PhUlipoteau, F., Study for the picture of " Quatre Bras " — 17} x 28 (Sampson), 

£1 IS. 

149 Sell, Ch., i88i, Episode in the Franco-German war, panel — 4jx5i (Cooling), 

£6 6s. 

150 Webb, J., i88i, A calm morning ; and East wind, Broadstairs, panel (Cassell), 

£7 7s. 



104 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



June 9, 1914. Puttick's. 

Japanese Coloured Prints. 

3 Kiyomasu, A courtesan, Urushiye in Hossoye form (Kato), 15s. 
9 Shigenobu, A court lady, Urushiye in Hossoye form (Clark), 14s. 
ID Toyonobu, Mother holding a child, Beniye in Hossoye form (Higginbottom 

19s. 
II Toyonobu, Kintoki holding a hatchet, Beniye in Hossoye form (Higginbottom) 

1 6s. 
14 Kiyonobu, Chinese girl and boys, a primitive print, in extra large size (Carey), 
£1 12s. 6d. 

22 Harunobu, Boys snow-balling (Higginbottom), £1 4s. 

23 Harunobu, A youth, disguised as Komuso, visiting a Yoshiwara belle (Clark), 

£1 lOS. 

24 Harunobu, A Tajni girl sitting on an engawa, with her kamuro (Acland), 

£1 14s. 

25 Harunobu, A girl washing a kimono in a stream at Oyeyama in Tamba, 

the story of Shutten-doji, who was finally captured by Minamotono 
Yorimitsu, signed Kosen ; a modern reproduction attached to this lot for 
comparison (Clark) £3. 

26 Harunobu, A young girl and boy, amusing themselves catching fire-flies, 

black background (Carey), £10. 

27 Harunobu, A young girl, attended by a servant, returning from maple viewing 

(Lapidge), £1 2s. 

28 Koryusai, Six figures constructing a character of " Kokoro " (Clark), 12s. 
32 Sharaku, Half-length portrait of an actor in male chcU'acter as Banzui-in 

Chobei, holding a smoking pipe, printed on mica ground (Barrow), £2. 
65 Yeishi, Half-length portrait of Chojiya Karasaki, holding a falcon, printed 

on yellow ground (Clark), £1. 
67 Yeishi, A girl seated, as one of the six poets, holding a fan, on yellow ground 

(Barrow), £1 2s. 

83 Hiroshige, Scene of Asukayawa, in snow (Carey), £i 7s. 6d. 

84 Hiroshige, Tanzakuye, a lithograph, in white on blue ground, a bird on loquat 

(Clark), 15s. 
87 Hiroshige, Twilight view of a rain scene at Adzumanomori, one of the series 
of Yedo Kinko Hakkei (Carey), £r 5s. 



June 9 and lo, 1915. Christie's. 

The Collection of Engravings of the Early English School 
after Sir J. Reynolds, George Morland, James Ward, and 
others ; Modern Portraits by S. Cousins, and Sporting 
Prints in Mezzotint, Stipple, Line and Colours, the Property 
of the late Sir Walter Gilbey, Bart., Elsenham Hall, Bishops 
Stortford. 

MODERN ENGRAVINGS. 
Framed. 

1 Mrs. Abington as " Miss Prue," by R. B. Parkes, artist's proof (Pawsey and 

Payne), £4 4s. 

2 Duchess of Devonshire, by J. J. Chant, artist's proof (Robson), £3 3s. 

3 Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick, by G. Zobel, artist's proof (Bourke), £6 6s. 



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4 The daughters of Colonel Carteret Hardy, after Sir T. Lawrence, by J. B. 

Pratt, presentation proof (Pawsey & Payne), £4 4s. 

5 Miss Harris, by J. Scott ; and Hope nursing Love, by R. Josey, artists' proofs 

(Robson), £4 4s. 

6 Mrs. Mayne ; and The Hon. Mrs. Parker and son, by R. B. Parkes, artists 

proofs (Robson), £5 15s. 6d. 

7 Mrs. Siddons, after T. Gainsborough, by R. B. Parkes, artist's proof (Robson), 

£4 4S. 

8 Lady Sullivan, after G. Romney, by R. B. Psirkes, artist's proof (Robson), 

£3 3S. 

9 Three princesses walking in the Mall, after T. Gainsborough, by J. S. Shury, 

artist's proof (Robson), £3 3s. 

10 The Ladies Waldegrave, by G. S. Shury, artist's proof (Ellis & Smith), £7 7s. 

Engravings by S. Cousins. 

11 Age of innocence, after Sir J. Reynolds, artist's proof (Leggatt), £9 19s. 6d. 

12 Hon. Anne Bingham ; and Countess Spencer, after Sir J. Reynolds, artists' 

proofs (Ellis & Smith), £21. 

13 Miss Bowles, after Sir J. Reynolds, artist's proof (Leggatt), £7 17s. 6d. 

14 The Dauphin, after J. B. Greuze, artist's proof (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

15 Duchess of Devonshire, after Sir J. Reynolds, Eirtist's proof (F. Partridge), 

£14 3S. 6d. 

16 Countess Grey and children, after Sir T. Lawrence, unframed (F. Partridge), 

£16 i6s. 

17 Master Lambton, after Sir T. LawTence, fourth state, signed by the engraver 

(Maggs), £17 17s. 

18 Princess Sophia Matilda of Gloucester ; Lady Anne Fitzpatrick as " Sylvia," 

after Sir J. Reynolds, artists' proofs ; and Mrs. Wolff, after Sir T. Law- 
rence (Pawsey & Payne), £7 7s. 

19 Lady Caroline Montagu as " Winter " ; and Miss Penelope Boothby, after 

Sir J. Reynolds, artists' proofs (Ellis & Smith), £12 12s. 

20 Moretta, after Lord Leighton, artist's proof, signed by the painter and 

engraver ; and Miss Rich, after Hogarth, artist's proof (Robson), £5 5s. 

21 " No," after Sir J. E. Millais, artist's proof, signed by the painter and engraver 

(Pawsey & Pajme), £2 2S. 

22 Duchess of Rutland, after Sir J. Reynolds, artist's proof (F. Partridge), £21. 

23 " Simplicity " (Miss Theophila Gwatkin), after Sir J. Reynolds, artist's proof 

(Leggatt), £8 8s. 

24 Countess Spencer and Lord Althorp, after Sir J. Reynolds, artist's proof 

(EUis & Smith), £4 14s. 6d. 

25 The strawberry-girl, after Sir J. Reynolds, artist's proof (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

Engravings of the E.'^rly English School. 
Unframed. 

26 Annette and Lubin, after J. R. Smith, by W. Ward ; and Mrs. Wheatley, 

after F. Wheatley, by R. Stanier, in bistre (Pawsey & Payne), £2 12s. 6d. 

27 British plenty, after H. Singleton, by C. Knight, in bistre (Bourke), £5 5s. 

28 Gardens of Carlton House, after H. Bunbury, by W. Dickinson, in bistre 

(W. Sabin), £2 15s. 

29 The Royal Academy, after Ramberg, by Martini, pair (Rimell), £1 is. 

30 Interior of the Pantheon, with caricatured figures, engraver's proof before 

the plate was cleaned (Pawsey & Payne), £6 i6s. 6d. 

31 Two similar caricatures ; and another (Pawsey & Payne), £4 14s. 6d. 

32 King George III reviewing his troops on Blackheath, after W. Mason, by 

J. Pollard (Parker), £1 is. 



io6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

33 The mouse-trap, after T. Gerhard Huck, by T. Park ; and another (Brail), 

£i IS. 

34 Mrs. Hartley as " EUrida," after J. Nixon, by W. Dickinson, first state 

(Pawsey & Payne), £i 5s. 

35 Peter the wild boy, after Falconet, by V. Green, proof ; Matthew Horsley, 

after and by J. R. Smith ; and Philip Mercier, after P. Mercier, by J. 
McArdell (Charrington), £2 5s. 

36 George Morland, after R. MuUer, by W. Ward ; and Earl Spencer, after 

Hoppner, by S. W. Reynolds (A. Davis), £2 los. 

37 Henry Sidney, son to Robert, Earl of Leicester, after Sir P. Lely, by A. 

Browne ; and Moliere, by Beauvarlet, proof before any letters (Rimell), 
£1 15s. 

38 Lady Whitmore ; and Amelia, Countess of Ossory, after Sir P. Lely, by T. 

Watson, first published states (Ellis & Smith), £7 7s. 

39 The Masters Autrobus, after Sir T. Lawrence, by G. Clint ; John Heaviside, 

after Zoffany, by R. Earlom ; and another (Brail), £1 is. 

40 Richard Tattersall, after C. Hancock, by W. Giller, two impressions ; John 

Warde, of Squerries, Kent, proof and print ; and nine others (Dean), 

£2 2S. 

41 Outside of a farrier's shop, after G. Garrard, by W. Pether ; The reception 
of the French in England, by J. Murphy ; and three others (Leggatt), 

£1 I2S. 

42 Enamour'd sportsman ; and Sportsman's repast, after and by J. R. Smith, 

pair, proofs (Leggatt), £46 4s. 

43 New docks and warehouses, near Limehouse, after and by W. Daniell ; and 

eight others (Brail), £1 is. 

44 The celebrated cart-horse, " Warwick " ; and Grand exhibition of cattle, 

after and by J. Harris (Maggs), £1 6s. 

45 Cambridge University Almanack : ten views of colleges, etc., after Baldrey, 

by Sparrow ; Eleven views of Ely Cathedral, etc. ; and fourteen others 
(Cohiaghi), £2 5s. 

46 Black-eyed Susan and BlouzeUnd, after H. Bunbury, by W. Dickinson ; and 

miscellaneous engravings, in a portfolio (Parker), £4 4s. 

47 The little horse (B. 96), by A. Dvirer (Colnaghi), £16 i6s. 

Framed. 

48 The story of Letitia : Domestic happiness, by J. R. Smith (Pawsey & Payne), 

£1 15s. 

49 The story of Letitia : The virtuous parent ; and The tavern door, by J. R. 

Smith, in bistre (Dean), £2 12s. 6d. 

50 The story of Letitia : The elopement ; and The fair penitent, by Bartoloti ; 

and The shepherd-boy and dog, after De Koster, by W. Bond, proof before 
letters (Pawsey & Payne), £2 15s. 

51 Children relieving a beggar-boy, after Sir W. Beechey, by C. Wilkin (Brail), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

52 The gardens of Carlton House, after H. Bunbury, by W. Dickinson, proof 

before letters, in bistre (Jacobson), £9 9s. 

53 Petite Fruitiere Anglaise ; and Petite Laitiere Anglaise, after J. Northcote, 

by T. Gaugain, pair, in bistre (Pawsey & Payne), £7 7s. 

54 What you will, after and by J. R. Smith (W. Sabin), £10 los. 

55 An airing in Hyde Park, after E. Dayes, by T. Gaugain, in bistre (Smith), 

£19 Z9S. 

56 The cottage girl : and The young cottager, after T. Gainsborough, by J. 

Whessel (Pawsey & Payne), £4 4s. 



Christie's.] June 9 and 10, 1915. 107 

57 Clara, after the Rev. W. Peters, by J. R. Smith ; A young shepherd, after 

J. Opie, by W. Ward ; and Mrs. Woffington, after Pond, by McArdell 
(Pawsey & Payne), £5 los. 

58 Duchess of Argyll, after C. Read, by R. Lowry ; and another (Bourke), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

59 Sir Francis Baring, Charles Baring, and Mr. Wall, after Sir T. Lawrence, by 

J. Ward (Blyth), £4 14s. 6d. 

60 Youth, after T. Kettle, by V. Green (Leggatt), £8 8s. 

61 Oysterinda (Lady Falmouth), after R. Mercier, by R. Houston, proof before 

all letters, undescribed (Colnaghi), £5 15s. 6d. 

62 Miss Mellon in the character of " Mrs. Page," after J. J. Masquerier, by W. 

Say (Brail), £4 4s. 

63 Mrs. Sheridan and son, after J. Hoppner, by T. Nugent (Blyth). £7 17s. 6d. 

64 Mrs. Carwardine and child, after J. Romney, by J. R. Smith (Ellis & Smith), 

£30 gs. 

65 George, Prince of Wales, and his brother, after Raoul, by J. Watson, proof 

before any letters (Pawsey & Payne), £6 6s. 

66 Dr. Nathaniel Spens, after Sir H. Raebum, by J. Beugo, open letter proof 

(Cohiaghi), £28 7s. 

67 George III and his daughters receiving the future wife of the Prince of Wales, 

after H. Singleton, in coloiirs (T. Cox), £11 iis. 

68 The card-players, after J. Opie, by J. Dean, first state (Ellis & Smith), £52 los. 

69 Love in her eyes sits playing, after the Rev. W. Peters, by J. R. Smith 

(Daniell), £42. 

70 Matthew Horsley, of Birdsall, after and by J. Smith (Montgomery), £1 us. 6d. 

71 Mary, Duchess of Ancaster, after T. Hudson, by J. McArdell, proof before 

all letters, and before the plate was cleaned (Colnaghi), £173 5s. 

72 Another impression of the same, print state (Ellis & Smith), £3 3s. 

73 Master Sayer, after J. Zoffany, by R. Houston, first state (Sabin), £11 os. 6d. 

74 Lord Rivers, after T. Agasse, by Porter, proof (.^rthurston), £2 12s. 6d. 

75 David Garrick and Mrs. Pritchard, after J. Zoffany, by V. Green, first state ; 

and Tom Jones, after J. Downman, by P. Simon, open letter proof (Blyth), 
£3. 

76 James, Duke of Richmond, after Van Dyck, by R. Earlom, first state (Rimell), 

£3. 

77 Frederick, Prince of Wales, on horseback, proof before any letters (Pawsey 

and Payne), £1 15s. 

78 Thomas Hibbert, after J. Russell, by J. R. Smith, in colours (Pawsey and 

Payne), £10 los. 

79 The boy discovering the golden eggs ; and The boy disappointed of his treasure, 

after R. M. Paye, by J. Young, pair (Leggatt), £10 los. 

80 The stray'd favourite restored, after W. R. Bigg, by T. Hellyer (Daniell), 

£8 18s. 6d. 

81 The drinking-well in Hyde Park ; and The dipping-well in Hyde Park, after 

Maria SpUsbury and F. Wheatley, by J. Godby, pair (Pawsey & Payne), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

82 Cottage children, after T. Gainsborough, by H. Birche, etched letter proof 

(F. Daniell), £ig 15s. 

83 The show, after J. Hoppner, by J. Young, open letter proof (F. Daniell), 

£13 13s. 

84 Dulce Domum; and Black Monday, after W. R. Bigg, by J. Jones, pair 

(Leggatt), £65 2S. 



io8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

85 Rubens and Helena Forman, with still life, after Rubens, by R. Earlom ; 

and another (Brail), £1 is. 

86 A game, herb, and fruit market, after Snyders, by R. Earlom (Montgomery), 

£3 3S. 

87 Boys and dead hjire, after J. ZoSany, by R. Earlom, proof before letters 

(Leggatt), £5 5s. 

88 The full of the honey-moon ; and The wane of the honey-moon, after F. 

Wheatley, by R. Laurie, pair, open letter proofs (Leggatt), £9 9s. 

89 Diligence and Dissipation, after J. Northcote, byGaugain and Hellyer, a set 

of ten (Pawsey & Payne), £5 15s. 6d. 

90 Outside a farrier's shop, after G. Garrard, by W. Pether (Bourke), £4 4s. 

91 Juvenile opposition, after F. Wheatley, by J. Alais ; and A landscape, with 

peasants, after Wheatley, proof before all letters (Pawsey & Payne), 
£8 i8s. 6d. 

92 Water dogs, after B. Marshall, by W. Ward ; Pirate and outlaw, after Zeiter, 

by J. Egan ; and Gulliver addressing the Houynhums, after S. Gilpin, 
by V. Green (Sabin), £7 7s. 

93 The tour of Dr. Syntax in search of the picturesque, by and after T. Rowland- 

son : a set of fifty-four plates, aquatints in colours, in nine frames (Hagger), 
£5 5S. 

94 Car travelling in the south of Ireland, after M. A. Hayes, by J. Harris, 

set of six, in colours (A. Davis), £8 8s. 

Engravings after Sir J. Reynolds. 
Vnframed. 

95 Sir Jeffrey Amherst, by J. Watson (Smith), £4 4s. 

96 Charles James Fox, by J. Jones (Robson), 15s. 

97 David Garrick, by T. Watson (Robson), £2. 

98 Lady Elizabeth Keppel, by E. Fisher (A. Da\ds), £6 6s. 

99 Viscount Lifford, by R. Dunkarton ; and three others (Brail), los. 6d. 
100 Lady Charles Spencer, by W. Dickenson (Jacobson), £4 4s. 

Framed. 
loi Mrs. Abington as "The Comic Muse," by J. Watson, first state (Colnaghi), 
£94 I OS. 

102 Duchess of Ancaster, by J. Dixon, first state (Jacobson), £12 is. 6d. 

103 Lady Bamfylde, by T. Watson, first published state (Agnew), £231. 

104 Hon. Mrs. Beresford, with the Marchioness Townshend and Hon. Mrs. 

Gardiner, by T. Watson, first state (F. Daniell), £25 4s. 

105 Mrs. Blake as " Juno," by J. Dixon (Bourke), £6 6s. 

106 Mrs. Bonfoy, by J. McArdell, first state (Agnew), £29 8s. 

107 Another impression of the same, print state (Robson), £3 13s. 6d. 

108 Duchess of Buccleuch and daughter, by J. Watson (Pawsey & Payne), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

109 Mrs. Harvey Bunbury, by J. Watson (Bourke), £12 12s. 
no Miss Sarah Campbell, by V. Green (Ellis & Smith), £4 4s. 

111 Countess of Carlisle, by J. Watson (Blyth), £7 7s. 

112 Mrs. Chambers, Mrs. Bastard, Countess of Essex, and Countess of Berkeley, 

by J. McArdell (Pawsey & Payne), £15 15s. 

113 Lady Catherine Pelham Clinton, by J. R. Smith (Sabin), £13 2S. 6d. 

114 Countess of Coventry, by J. Watson, proof before any letters, the plate 

cleaned (Leggatt), £26 5s. 

115 Master Crewe, by J. R. Smith (Blyth), £5 15s. 6d. 

116 Anne, Duchess of Cumberland, by J. Watson (Blyth), £3 13s. 6d. 



Christie's.] June 9 and 10, 1915. 109 

117 Hon. Mrs. Damer, by J. R. Smith ; and Lady Fortescue, by J. McArdell 

(BIyth), £5 6s. 

118 Lady Fenhoulet, by R. Purcell (Blyth), 15s. 

119 Lady Charlotte Fitzwilliam, and another, by J. McArdell; and Miss Green- 

way, by C. Corbutt (Pawsey & Payne), £7 7s. 

120 The fortvine-teller, by J. K. Sherwin ; and The children in the wood, by 

J. Caldwell, open letter proof (Pawsey & Payne), £3 3s. 

121 Garrick between Tragedy and Comedy, by E. Fisher (Leggatt), £4 4s. 

122 Miss Greville and her brother, by J. Mc.\rdell (Brail), £3 3s. 

123 Mrs. Hale as " Euphrosyne," by J. Watson, first state (Blyth), £11 iis. 

124 Lady Jane Halliday, by V. Green (Davis), £2 12s. 6d. 

125 Mrs. Hardinge, by T. Watson, first published state (Pawsey & Payne), £7 7s. 

126 Lady Harriet Herbert, by V. Green (Brail), £4 4s. 

127 Mrs. Williams Hope, of Amsterdam, by C. Hodges (Pawsey & Payne), £11 iis. 

128 Miss Jacobs, by J. Spilsbury (Rimell), £4 4s. 

129 Lady Elizabeth Lee, by E. Fisher (Pawsey & Payne), £2 12s. 6d. 

130 Miss Magill, by J. Watson (Pawsey & Payne), £2 5s. 

131 Viscount Maiden and Lady Elizabeth Capel, by C. Turner (Leggatt), £25 4s. 

132 Duchess of Marlborough and daughter, by R. Houston, first state (Brail), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

133 The Marlborough f amil y^ by C. Turner, first state (Leggatt), £31 los. 

134 Mrs. Montagu, by J. R. Smith (Roe), £4 14s. 6d. 

135 Mrs. Mordaunt, by J. R. Smith, first state (Blyth), £3 3s. 

136 Morning amusement, by J. Grozer (Pawsey & Payne), £2 5s. 

137 Mrs. Pelham feeding chickens, by W. Dickinson (Agnew), £220 los. 

138 The Penn family, by C. Turner (Ellis & Smith), £27 6s. 

139 Miss Harriet Powell, by R. Houston, first state (F. Partridge), £4. 

140 Coimtess of Salisbury, by V. Green (Colnaghi), £73 los. 

141 Mrs. Seaforth and child, by J. Grozer (Sabia), £2 12s. 6d. 

142 Hon. Mrs. Stanhope, by J. R. Smith (Blyth), £6 6s. 

143 Lady Elizabeth Taylor, by W. Dickinson (Colnaghi), £84. 

144 Thais (Miss Emily Pott), by F. Bartolozzi, open letter proof, in bistre (Blyth), 

£12 I2S. 

145 Hon. Mrs. Tollemache, by J. Jones (Davis), £5 15s. 6d. 

146 Anne, Viscoimtess Townshend, by V. Green (Pawsey & Payne), £5 15s. 6d. 

147 Countess of Waldegrave, by J. McArdell ; and Lady Caroline Price, by 

J. Jones (Pawsey & Payne), £7 7s. 

148 The Ladies Waldegrave, by V. Green, first state (Colnaghi), £420. 

Engravings after James Ward. 
Framed. 

149 Haymakers ; and Compassionate children, by W. Ward, pair (Brail), £6 6s. 

150 Compassionate children, by^W. Ward (Leggatt), £8 i8s. 6d. 

151 A poultry-market ; and A vegetable-market, by J. Ward and W. Ward, 

pair (F. Daniell), £34 13s. 

152 Outside of a country alehouse, by W. Ward (Fores), £4 14s. 6d. 

153 A cottager returned from market, by J. Ward (Brail), £3 13s. 6d. 

154 The country butcher's shop, by S. W. Reynolds (Leggatt), £3 13s. 6d. 

155 The dairy farm, by J. Ward (F. Daniell), £21. 

156 The farmer's stable, by S. W. Reynolds (Pawsey & Payne), £4 4-. 

157 The farrier's shop, by W. Say, open letter proof (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

158 Idle boys, by J. Murphy (Pawsey & Payne), £3 3s. 

159 Another impression of the same (Routledge), £2 2S. 

160 Industrious cottagers, by W. Ward (Leggatt), £15 15s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



i6i Ralph Lambton, on horseback, by C. Turner (Sabin), £3 13s. 6d. 

162 A livery stable, by J. Ward (Pawsey & Payne), £3 3s. 

163 The mouse's petition, by W. Ward (Daniell), £4 4s. 

164 A jKJultry market, by J. Ward (Pawsey & Payne), £4 4s. 

165 SeUiag rabbits, by W. Ward (Sabin), £6 i6s. 6d. 

Engravings after G. Morland. 
Unframed. 

166 The benevolent lady, by E. J. Dumee, in bistre (Leggatt), £4 4s. 

167 The dehghtful storj', by W. Ward, etched letter proof ; and two others 

(Routledge), £4 4s. 

168 The discovery, by E. J. Dumfe ; and Susan's farewell, by Knight, in bistre 

(Parker), £3 3s. 

169 Milkmaid and cowherd, by J. R. Smith ; and another (F. Darnell), £7 17s. 6d. 

170 Morland's gypsies ; and Morland's sandstorm, by T. Williamson (Pawsey and 

Payne), £3 3s. 

171 Rubbing down the post-horse, by J. R. Smith ; and four others (Dean), 15s. 

172 The shepherd's boy, by W. Ward (Routledge), £3 3s. 

173 A summer's evening, by T. Williamson, proof before letters (Routledge) 

£1 15s- 

174 The weary sportsman, by W. Bond, proof before any letters (Pawsey and 

Payne), £4. 

175 Alehouse politicians, by W. Ward, in colours (Ellis & Smith), £31 los. 

176 Bathing horses, by W. Ward, etched letter proof (Thomas), £5 5s. 

177 Dancing dogs, by T. Gaugain, proof, with early pubUcation line, in bistre 

(Mayne), £8 i8s. 6d. 

178 The farmer's stable, by W. Ward, proof before letters (F. Daniell), £17 17s. 

179 Innocence alarm'd, by R. Smith, junr., in colours (Ellis & Smith), £44 2S. 

180 The return from market, by J. R. Smith (Pawsey & Payne), £6 i6s. 6d. 
i8r The sportsman's return, by W. Ward, in colours (F. Daniell), £113 8s. 

182 A tea-garden, by F. D. Soiron, proof, before the engraved border, in bistre 

(Pawsey & Payne), £9 19s. 6d. 

SPORTING PRINTS. 
Unframed. 

183 Hunters at Cover-side, after S. Aiken, by J. Pollard, open letter proof (Fores), 

£11 lis. 

184 " Phenomena," by T. Prattent ; " Sir Teddy," after B. Marshall, by C. 

Turner, open letter proof ; and another (Fores), £1 los. 

185 " Violante," after H. B. Chalon, by W. Ward (Brail), £4 4s. 

186 " Quiz," after H. B. Chalon, by W. Ward (Fores), £7 17s. 6d. 

187 " Brainworm," after the same, by J. C. Easling (Fores), £4 14s. 6d. 

188 " MoreUi" ; and " Van Dyck," after H. B. Chalon, by W. Say, proofs before 

any letters (Ellis & Smith), £3 3s. 

189 " Parasol " ; " Meteora " : and " Penelope," after and by J. WTiessel ; 

" Highflyer " ; and three other portraits of racehorses (Brail), £3 13s. 6d. 

190 Race and other horses (16), after J. Ward, J. Herring, etc. (McDonald), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

191 The Royal Hunt in Windsor Castle ; and companion print, after Pollard, by 

Dubourg, pair (Davis), £1 is. 

192 The carriage match, after J. Seymour, by J. Bodger (Brail), £1 is. 

193 Trains of running horses at Newmarket, after and by the same (Sabin), 

£2 2S. 

194 Match for one thousand guineas ! ! ! ; and " Filho da Puta " and " Sir 

Joshua," after B. Marshall, by W. Ward, pair (Dean), £19 19s. 



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195 John Corbet and his foxhounds, after T. Weaver, by R. Woodman (Pawsey 

and Payne), £io los. 

196 Earl of Derby's staghounds, after Barenger, by the same (Fores), £9 9s. 

197 Breaking cover, proof before any letters ; and another (Sabin), £7 73. 

198 Epsom, after J. Pollard, by C. Himt (Brail), los. 6d. 

199 La Course ; and Fin de la Course, after C. Vemet, by Debucourt ; L'Entree 

dans de Bois ; and La Chasse, after the same, by Allaii ; and another 
(Sabin), £8 i8s. 6d. 

200 Fox-hunting, after J. Wootton, by C. Canot, a set of seven (Schwartze), 

£12 I2S. 

201 Hare-hunting, after the same, by B. Baron, a set of four ; and eight others 

(Vernon), £21. 

202 Fox-hunting, after D. Wolstenholme, by Reeve, a set of four, in colours 

(Sabia), £27 6s. 

203 The chase ; and The death of the roebuck, after W. P. Hodges, by Alkea 

and Reeve, pair, aquatints, in colours (Pawsey & Payne), £4 4s. 

204 Leicestershire, after H. Aiken, a set of four, aquatints, in colours (Powell) 

£1 8s. 

205 St. Albans grand steeplechase, a set of four, aquatints, in colours (Powell), 

£3 5s. 

206 Morning ; Noon ; Night ; and two others, after D. Wolstenholme, by Jeakes 

and Clarke, aquatints, in colours (Vernon), £g gs. 

207 The high-mettled racer, after WoUtenholme, by D. Wolstenholme, junr., a 

set of four, aquatints, in colours (E. Jones), £4 4s. 
20S Fox-hunting, after and by the same, a set of four, aquatints, in colours 
(Thomas), £11 lis. 

209 The death, after H. Aiken, by T. Sutherland, aquatint, in colours (Hagger), 

los. 6d. 

210 Fox-hunting, after J. Howitt, a set of four, aquatints, in colours (Pawsey 

and Payne), £9 9s. 

211 The dying fox-hunter, after F. C. Turner; Going to Lincoln Fair; and six 

others, all in colours (Ansell), £3 3s. 

212 Chaise-horses; and Coach-horses, after G. Garrard, by J. Young, pair 

(Daniell), £15 15s. 

213 Stage-coach travelling, after J. Pollard, by R. Rosenberg, aquatint, in colours 

(Sabin), £17 17s. 

214 Approach to Christmas, after J. Pollard, by G. Hunt ; and another, aquatints , 

in colours (Brail), £6 6s. 

215 Cock-fighting, after and by N. Fielding, a set of sis, in colours (Powell), £4. 

216 Engravings, after Abraham Cxjoper and others, in four portfolios (Rimell), 

£4 45. 

217 Red game, after Elmere, by C. Turner, open letter proof; and Pheasants, 

after Beiinger, by the same, proof (Daniell), £2 15s. 

218 Roebucks, two impressions ; Red grouse ; Partridges ; and seven others, 

after P. Reinagle, by Maile and Merke, J. Scott, etc. (Schwartze), £9 19s. 6d. 

219 The Spottiswoode ox, after A. Nasmyth, by J. Ward : and two others (Maggs), 

£2 2S. 

Framed. 

220 Coursing subjects, after Wolstenholme, by Reeve, a set of four, aquatints, 

in colours (Pawsey & Payne), £42. 

221 Coursing subjects, after R. Jones, by C. Turner, a set of four (Sabin), £19 19s. 

222 " Dash " ; and " Modest," after S. Gilpin, by R. Pollard, pair (Rimell), 

£3 3s. 



112 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

223 Pointers, after J. N. Sartorius, by W. Ward (Pawsey & Payne), £3 3s. 

224 The Raby pack, after H. B. Chalon, by W. Ward, etched letter proof (Ellis 

and Smith), £g gs. 

225 " Wasp," " Child," and " Billy," after and by the same, open letter proof 

(Colnaghi), £g 19s. 6d. 

226 Setter (the property of the Marquess of Ely) ; and Foxhound " Costive " 

(a celebrated bitch in the Raby pack), after H. B. Chalon, by W. Ward, 
proofs before any letters (Pawsey & Payne), £9 9s. 

227 A Holdemess cow, after G. Garrard, by W. Ward (Pawsey "& Payne), £1 15s. 

228 Two of His Majesty's State-horses ; and The Earl of Chesterfield's State- 

carriage, after H. B. Chalon, by W. Ward, pair (Daniell), £32 iis. 

229 The Duke of Hamilton and Brandon, after G. Garrard, by W. Ward (Pawsey 

and Payne), £3 13s. 6d. 

230 Fox-hounds breaking cover, after H. B. Chalon (Routledge), £4 14s. 6d. 

231 The Earl of Darlington and his fox-hounds, after B. Marshall, by J. Dean 

(Routledge), £5 15s. 6d. 

232 John Clorbet and his fox-hounds, after T. Weaver, by R. Woodman (Rout- 

ledge), £3 13s. 6d. 

233 Fox-hunting subjects, after J. N. Sartorius, by Peltro and Neagle, a set of 

four ; and two duplicates (Thomas), £23 2s. 

234 Hunting subjects, after J. Seymour, by P. Canot, pair ; and ditto, after J. 

Wyke, by R. Sheppard, a set of four (Pawsey & Payne), £4 14s. 6d. 

235 Hawking subjects, after J. Seymour, pair ; and Return from a course on 

Lamboum Downs, after Seymour, by Major (Schwartze), £8 8s. 

236 Hunting subjects, after Wouverman, a set of six (Pawsey & Payne), £2 2S. 

237 Huntsman and hounds, after Vemet, by Debucourt ; Death of the boar ; 

The inn yard, after de Laer, by P. Canot ; and another (Schwartze), 
£5 5S- 

238 The death of the fox, after and by T. Rowlandson, aquatint, in colours ; 

A coaching subject, varnished ; and Sancho, after Marshall, by C. Turner, 
coloured (Pawsey & Payne), £4 14s. 6d. 

239 " Orville," after C. Tomson, by J. Scott ; " Escape," after J. N. Sartorius, 

by R. Dodd ; and Arthur Wentworth on horseback, after N. Drake, by 
V. Green (Pawsey & Payne), £3 13s. 6d. 

240 '' Soldier," after Garrard, by S. Aiken, etched letter proof ; Horses and foals, 

after the same, by Morris ; and two others, after Whessel and Gilpin 
(Pawsey & Payne), £3 3s. 

241 The return from shooting, after F. Wheatley, by F. Bartolozzi (Pawsey and 

Payne), £5 15s. 6d. 

242 Another impression of the same (Routledge), £2 2S. 

243 Shooting subjects, after R. B. Davis, by R. G. Reeve, a set of six, aquatints, 

in colours (Grenfell), £8 8s. 

244 Partridge and pheasant shooting, after J. SejTnour, by T. Bvirford, a set of 

four ; A horse-race ; Going to the himt ; and Rubbing down, after and 
by the same ; and two others (Pawsey & Payne), £6 6s. 

245 His Majesty's harriers, after Davis, by Woodman, etched letter proof (Sabin), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

246 Charles Davis, and Mr. WUl Long, after Barraud ; Foxhounds, and Charles 

Davis, after Davis, by Gilles ; Charles Newman, after F. C. Turner, proof ; 
and Portrait of a man (Pawsey & Payne), £12 is. 6d. 

247 Rabbitsj; and Fox and rabbits, after Agasse and Shark, by C. Turner, pair, 

proofs ; and Fox disturbed at his repast, and companion, after Snyders, 
by the same (Pawsey & Payne), £6 i6s. 6d. 



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Prints after G. Stubbs. 
Framed. 

248 Lord Pigott on horseback, by B. Green, proof, with artist's name only (Brail), 

£2 2S. 

249 Man, with dog and young deer, printed in colours (Sabin), £io. 

250 Gamekeepers, by H. Birche (Schwartze), £5 5s. 

251 Horses fighting, by G. T. Stubbs, open letter proof (Riviere), los. 

252 Another impression of the same, coloured (Riviere), los. 

253 " PhilUs," pointer of Lord Clermont, by B. Green ; and The Spanish pointer, 

by W. Woollett, two impressions (Amor), £11 os. 6d. 

254 Lioness and lion, and Lion and stag, by G. Stubbs, junr. ; Lion, and LioD 

and Lioness, by the same ; and two others (Hagger), los. 6d. 

255 " Eclipse " (the property of Denis O'Kelly, Esq.), by T. Burke (Sabin), 

£S 8s. 

256 " Volunteer," " Pumpkin," and " Anvil " (McDonald), £1 los. 

257 " Gimcrack," by W. Pether ; " Protector," by C. H. Hodges ; and seven other 

portraits of horses (Fores), £4 14s. 6d. 
Framed. 

258 Lord Pigott on horseback, by B. Green, proof, with artists' names only 

(Pawsey & Payne), £2 5s. 

259 Labourers and gamekeepers, by H. Birche, pair, etched letter jiroofs (Pawsey 

and Payne), £12 12s. 

260 Labourers, by G. Stubbs ; and The fanner's wife and the raven (Pawsey and 

Payne), £5 5s. 

261 Haymakers, unframed ; and Reapers, by the same (Pawsey & Payne), 

£5 5S. 

262 The horse and lioness ; The lion and horse ; The lion and stag, by B. Green ; 

and The frightened horse, by R. Laurie (Pawsey & Payne), £3 3s. 

263 Bulls fighting, by G. T. Stubbs, pair (Hagger), £1 12s. 

264 Horses fighting, by the same ; and The Lincolnshire ox (Maggs), £1 2s. 

265 A tigress, by J. Murphy ; the same, by J. Dixon ; A lioness and lion, by 

G. Stubbs, junr. ; A lion and lioness ; and companion, by the same (Row- 
cliff e), £2 I OS. 

266 Lioness and stag, by G. Stubbs ; Frightened horse, and lion and leopards, 

by the same, proofs before letters ; and Horse and lioness, and companion 
(Pawsey & Payne), £1 15s. 

267 " Phillis," pointer of Lord Clermont, by B. Green ; and The Spanish pointer, 

by W. Woollett (Routledge), £3 13s. 6d. 

268 Portrait of a dog, proof before all letters (Routledge), £4 4s. 

269 A mare and stallion, by G. T. Stubbs, proof before letters ; and another, 

smaller (Dean), £1 5s. 

270 " Eclipse," by T. Burke ; " Mambrino," by C. H. Hodges ; and Brood mares, 

by B. Green (Partridge), £5 5s. 

271 " Mask " ; An Arabian (4) ; " Pangloss " ; " Trentham " ; and " Bandy," 

by G. F. Stubbs ; and the famous horse " Johnny," in colours (Brail), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

272 " Sharke " ; " Volunteer " ; " Mambrino " ; and " Protector," by G. T. 

Stubbs, etched letter proofs (Routledge), £3 13s. 6d. 

273 " Sweetwilliam " ; " Eclipse " ; and " Duncannon," by G. T. Stubbs, etched 

letter proofs (Routledge), £3 13s. 6d. 

274 " Baronet " ; " Pimipkin " ; " Sweetbriar " ; and " Anvil," by G. T. Stubbs 

(Pawsey & Payne), £4 4s. 



"4 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

275 " Gimcrack " ; " Mambrino " (2) ; " Godolphin Arabian " ; " Sweet- 

william " ; " Sweetbriar " ; " Protector " ; and " Baronet " : smaller 
portraits, similar, by G. T. Stubbs, some etched letter proofs (Pawsey 
and Payne), £3 3s. 

276 Two hacks ; and Two hunters, by G. T. Stubbs (Routledge), £i 8s. 

277 Hack-hunter and stud-hound, by G. T. Stubbs ; and nine others (Routledge), 

£1 IIS. 6d. 

278 Shooting subjects, by VV. WooUett, a set of four (Pawsey & Payne), £13 2S. 6d. 

DRAWINGS. 
In the Folio. 

279 A design for garden-buildings for the Marquis of Bute ; and Designs (27) 

for mantel-pieces, furniture, and decorations (Baker), £4 14s. 6d. 

280 The Windsor road ; A racehorse, with trainer and jockey ; A French 

diligence, by C. Cooper Henderson ; and four others (Blyth), £2 12s. 6d. 

281 Palfrey, P.. " The White Hart," Woodford ; '• The Crown," HockerUl ; 

" The Old Bell," Stansted ; " The V^Tiite Bear," Stansted ; and " The 
Bull Inn," Aldgate (Cox), £24 3s. 

Framed. 

282 Aiken, George, Fox-hunting: the check — ioixi4i (Amor), £26 5s. 

283 Aiken, H., Fox-hunting, a set of four, in one frame. Breaking cover ; The 

gate ; The stream ; and The finish — lojx 15 each (Bankes), £136 10s. 

284 Aiken, H., Fox-hunting, a set of three, in one frame. Breaking cover ; At 

fault; and Full cry — 10} x 144 each (Bankes), £136 los. 

285 .\lken, H., Fox-hunting, a set of four, pencil — g\x i6i (Schwartze), £8 85. 

286 Aiken, Samuel, Sportsmen reposing ; and Wood-shooting : Autumn, pair — 

12JX16 (Pawsey 8c Payne), £42. 

287 Aiken, Samuel, Wood-shooting : Winter ; and Partridge shooting, pair — 

iijx 15 (Pawsey & Payne), £42. 

288 Howitt, Samuel, Fox-hunting, a set of four. Putting hounds in cover ; 

.\way ; Full cry; and The death — iiixi7 (Thomas), £168. 

289 Palfrey, P., Coaching subjects, a set of six. The Great North Road ; The 

mail-coach ; The St. Leger : news of " T'winner " ; " Making up time ; 
After a heavy stage ; London and Liverpool changing horses ; and The 
change, a good team for a quick stage — 7X 13 (Johnstone), £78 15s. 

290 Palfrey, P., Going to the fair ; Portraits of " May Royal," " Hedon Squire," 

and " Royal Danegelt " ; " Rosewater " ; and " Royal Danegelt " 
(Bankes), £8 8s. 

PICTURES. 

291 and 292 Domestic poultry, panel ; and A pointer ; A racehorse, with jockey 

up— 20x23* (Ansell), £2 2S. 
293 Agasse, J. L., A stage-waggon : mode of travelling, 1819 ; goods and passengers 
coming into London — 24! x 29 (Swiss Minister), £36 15s. 



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June II, 1915. Christie's. 

The Collection of Sporting Pictures and Works by George 
Morland of the late Sir Walter Gilbey, Bart., Elsenham 
Hall, Bishops Stortford. 

PICTURES. 

294 Aiken, H., Going to the Derby ; and Returning trom the Derby, pair — 

I3ixi3i (Simpson), £23 2S. 

295 Aiken, H., G. Osbaldeston, Esq., performing his wonderful and unprecedented 

feat of two hundred miles against time, pemel — iiJxt6J (Simpson), 
£67 4S. 

296 .Aiken, H., Duck-shooting : a sportsman with dogs by a stream — gi x 13^ 

(Pawsey & Payne), £23 2S. 

297 .'Mken, H., The Grand Leicestershire Steeplechase, March 12, 1829, a set of 

eight. The start ; Symptoms of distress ; Going the pace ; The field 
becomes select — the Captain still leading ; A rich scene, and such as no 
other county can exhibit ; Dick Christian's last fall, commonly called 
" a header " ; The climax of disaster ; and The winning-post at Billesden 
Coplow — 10JX14J (Davidge), £1,312 los. 

298 Aiken, Samuel, Coursing subjects, a set of four. Unkennelling ; Slipping 

"So-Ho"; The twin " Lu-Lu " ; and The kill— 24IX29J (Maynall), 
£199 los. 

299 .'\lken, Samuel, Partridge shooting : Pointers and setters at work, pair — 

23J X 35 (Davidge), £46 4s. 

300 .\lken, Samuel, Pointers : Staunch ; a hilly landscape, with three dogs in the 

foreground — 27^x36 (Cockbum), £12 12s. 

301 .^Iken, Samuel, " Gay Lass," with jockey up, panel ; The London and Bishop's 

Stortford coach, drawing, signed AB ; aud Coaching scenes, in oils ; pair, 
in one frame (Low & Co.), £17 17s. 

302 Barenger, J., Coursing subjects : Running up ; and The kill, pair — 27 x 35 

(Partridge), £10 los. 

303 Blake, B., Dead game and heron, panel — iixgi (Martin), £5 15s. 6d. 

304 Blake, B., Dead game : Dead hare, wild duck, snipe, etc., on a table, panel — 

10x9 (Pawsey & Payne), £14 14s. 

305 Blake, B., Wild duck and still-life, panel — gf x 7i (Pawsey & Payne), £5 5s. 

306 Boultbee, J., Fox-hunting, a set of four : The start ; The find ; Full cry ; 

and The death — 17^x23! (Amor), £24 3s. 

307 Bristow, E., 1847, Summer; and The shoeing-forge, pair, panel — loj x 13! 

(Harding), £60 i8s. 

308 Bristow, E., 1847, Barge horses ; and Out of reach, by Ch. van den Eycken, 

1878, panel (Routledge), £11 iis. 

309 Chalon, H. B., 1837, " The Colonel " (wiimer of the St. Leger, 1829, and then 

sold to King George IV), in a stable-, with a groom — 34 x 53J (Baird Carter), 
£8 i8s. 6d. 

310 Cooper, A., R.A., 1837, " Mango," with Samuel Day up (" .Mango " ran a 

dead-heat for the third place in the Derby, 1837, won the St. Leger, and 
was also the winner of many other important races) ; R.A., 1838 — 
27iX35i (Baird Carter), £26 5s. 

311 Cooper, A., R..^.., 1856, "Copenhagen" and "Marengo," in a landscape 

(these horses were ridden at Waterloo by Wellington and Bonaparte) ; 
R.A., 1856— i8tx25i (Gooden & Fox), £7 17s. 6d. 



ii6 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

312 Cooper, A., R.A., " Pop " : a pointer, the property of Sir John Shelley, Bart. ; 

R.A., 1836 — igj X 23i (Amor), £4 14s. 6d. 

313 Cooper, A., R.A., 1863, A shooting-pony and a pointer, panel — 14X11I 

(Bankes), £16 i6s. 

314 Cooper, A., R.A., Shooting scenes : landscapes, with sportsmen, ponies and 

dogs — gixiij (Bankes), £25 4s. 

315 Dalby, David, Lord Harewood's foxhounds : The meet ; Full cry ; and The 

death, a set of three — 20} x 26 (Bankes), £189. 

316 Dalby, David, Down hill : an incident in the hunting-field — Sfxiii (Dean), 

£17 17s. 

317 Dalby, J., " Velocipede," in a stable (winner of the St. Leger at York, 1828) — 

22JX28} (RoweU), £6 6s. 

318 Davis, R. B., 1828, James Robinson, the celebrated jockey, on a black cob, 

in a landscape — igj x 23J (Bankes), £44 2s. 

319 Egerton, D. T., 1828, A hunter at grass — 24JX29J (Bird), £2 12s. 6d. 

320 Femeley, J., 1823, A favourite hunter of H. de Burgh, Esq., of Drayton Hall, 

near Uxbridge, in a stable with a groom — 33x41^^ (Agnew), £210. 

321 Femeley, J., 1833, " Defiance," with the foal " Reveller " by her side, in a 

landscape— 28 x 38 (Bankes), £57 15s. 

322 Freeman, J., 1815, " Performer," the property of Robert Ramsdale, Esq., 

in a landscape — 17x21} (Fores), £2 2S. 

323 Freeman, T. C, 1840, " The Norfolk Phenomenon," in a landscape (a very 

fast trotter and never beaten) — 24 x 29 (Fores), £5 5s. 

324 Garrard, G., A.R.A., The brewery, Chiswell Street — 7 x loj (Sampson), £21. 

325 Garrard, G., A.R.A., A blacksmith's yard, on copper — 7J x 9I (Sampson), 

£6 6s. 

326 Gooch, T., 1777, " Goldfinder," in a landscape, with jockey and grooms — 

24x29 (Powell), £8 i8s. 6d. 

327 Grant, Sir F., P.R.A., Sir Tatton Sykes on horseback, a sketch — 7ix5i 

(Burrell), £2 12s. 6d. 

328 Herring, J. F., senr., 1829, " Matilda," the property of the Hon. E. Petre, 

with James Robinson up (winner of the St. Leger, 1827) — 27iX35j 
(Fores), £68 5s. 

329 Herring, J. F., senr., 1834, Fulwar Craven, Esq., on his Norfolk hackney, 

passing the four-mile stables on the Cambridge Road to Newmarket to 
the Beacon wiiming-post — 27JX36 (Ackermann), £78 15s. 

330 Herring, J. F., senr., 1832, " Priam " and " Augustus," with jockeys up ; 

" Priam " winning by three-quarters of a length at Newmarket Meeting, 
October 2, 1831 — 14x18} (Dean), £84. 

331 Herring, J. F., senr., 1846, " The Prior of St. Margaret's," with Alfred Day up 

(winner of the Cambridgeshire Stakes, 1846) — 21 J x 29} (Bankes), 
£31 los. 

332 Lawrence, Richard, 1818, " Equity," the property of T. Fetherstone, Esq., 

in a paddock ; and A mare and foal, the property of T. MiUes, Esq., with 
a groom and dog in a landscape (Mrs. Gold), £5 5s. 

333 Marshall, Ben, 1827, " Mameluke," the property of the Earl of Jersey, with 

James Robinson up (winner of the Derby in 1827), on the Downs with a 
groom ; in the background is seen the race-course, with numerous booths 
and figures — 27x35! (Agnew), £178 los. 

334 Marshall, Ben, A celebrated racehorse, the property of Mr. Day, in a land- 

scape, with jockey and figures- — 19^ x 23I (Levine), £5 5s. 

335 Marshall, Ben, 1822, Captain Barrington Price with his favourite hunter 

in a landscape, with a groom — 27} x 35 (Agnew), £220 los. 



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336 Marshall, Ben, " Pastime," on a common, with trainer and grooms — 27J x 35I 

(Dean), £84. 

337 Marshall, Lambert, Fighting cocks, a set of six (Alexander), £18 i8s. 

338 Morland, G., The cottage door — 33iX45i (Amor), £1,365. 

339 Morland, G., 1792, The Fox Inn — 481x63 (Agnew), £903. 

340 Morland, G., Wreckers — 58x60 (Agnew), £472 los. 

341 Morland, G., Pheasant shooting ; and Partridge shooting, pair — I5i x 20 

(King), £714. 

342 Morland, G., Innocence alarmed, or the flash in the pan — 27J x 36 (Agnew), 

£1,050. 

343 Morland, G., 1795, Winter: ale-house door — 27jX36i (Baird Carter), 

£892 lOS. 

344 Morland, G., Travellers : forest scene, with a group of gipsies resting and 

refreshing — i9ix25£ (Baird Carter), £546. 

345 Morland, G., 1791, A gipsy encampment — 24^X29! (Baird Carter), £420. 

346 Morland, G., 1792, The dram — 29JX24J (Baird Carter), £1,207 los. 

347 Morland, G., The effects of youthful extravagance and idleness — 29J x 24I 

(Agnew), £252. 

348 Morland, G., 1791, Gathering wood — 14I x 12 (Dewar), £210. 

349 Morland, G., The death of the fox — 56^x92! (Glen), £273. 

350 Morland, G., The mercileis bailifi — 18x13! (.\gnew), £315. 

351 Morland, G., The dipping-well — 14^x11^ (Agnew), £241 los. 

352 Morland, G., 1792, The deserter's farewell — -21^x16} (Agnew), £241 ids. 

353 Morland, G., The weary sportsman, panel — i5fxiii (Goodea & Fox), 

£105. 

354 Morland, G., Setters — iiixi4j (Fores), £120 15s. 

355 Morland, G., Winter : skating — 19I x 25^ (Agnew), £168. 

356 Morland, G., A boy tending sheep — i8i X25 (Williams), £23 2S. 

357 Morland, G., 1794, Post-boys and horses refreshing — 18} x 24 (Agnew), 

£136 los. 

358 Morland, G., 1791, Sand-carting, panel — 18JX25J (Agnew), £84. 

359 Morland, G., 1794, The fall : a peasant thrown from a white horse — 9^X114 

(Gold), £8 8s. 

360 Morland, G., Duck-shooting — iiixgf (Gooden & Fox), £115 los. 

361 Morland, G., Winter: cattle — 114x14^ (Dewar), £23 2S. 

362 Mviller, R., George Morland, in brown coat, with red vest and white stock, 

holding a drawing in his left band and a crayon in his right — 29J x 244 
(Gooden & Fox), £105. 

363 Paul, J., A saddle-horse outside a stable — 19J x 23I (Dean), £1 5s. 

364 Pollard, J., George IV going to Ascot — 9! X3g (Dean), £94 los. 

365 Rathbone, J., and Morland, G., Hilly Like scene — i7iX23i (Permain), 

£11 IIS. 

366 Reinagle, P., R.A., and Gilpin, S., R.A., 1796, Colonel Thornton, of Thom- 

ville Royal, Yorkshire, roebuck shooting in the Forest of Gleomore, with 
the only twelve-barrelled rifle ever made — 82 x 58 (Agnew), £168. 

367 Reinagle, P., R.A., 1815, A water-spaniel, with a kingfisher — 24* x 29^ (Riviere), 

£1 IS. 

368 Reinagle, P., R.A., An Enghsh setter, in a landscape, with a sportsman in the 

background — iijxi3j (Pawsey & Payne), £11 iis. 

369 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Sir T. Charles Bunbury, Bart, (the owner of 

" Diomed," winner of the first Derby, in 1780), in crimson cloak edged 
with fur, white cravat with lace frills, in an oval — 29^x241 (Bouchier), 
£52 los. 



ii8 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

370 Sartorius, F., " Eclipse," with jockey up, by a shed ; and " Pumpkin," with 

jockey up, on a course, pair — loA x 14^ (Powell), £5 15s. 6d. 

371 Sartorius, J. N., Stag-hunting: huntsmen and hounds in full cry — 33^x49 

(Robinson & Farr), £220 los. 

372 Sartorius, J. N., Coursing scenes : The start ; In full cry ; The death ; and 

The return — 25iX33i (Pawsey & Payne), £252. 

373 Sartorius, J. N., The Craven Meeting, March 25, 1799 : Sir H. T. Vane's 

" Hambletonian " beating Mr. Cookson's " Diamond " for 3,000 guineas — 
24JX35 (Levine), £54 12s. 

374 Sartorius, J. N., " Sophia," in a landscape, with jockey up — 16I x 20| (Smith), 

£11 IIS. 

375 Sartorius, J. N., " Miss Coiner," in a landscape, with jockey up — 22^x294 

(Smith), £12 I2S. 

376 Sartorius, J. N., "The Darley .Arabian," in a paddock — 17x23 (Fores), 

£57 15s. 

377 Sartorius, J. N., " Smolensko " : a hunter in a landscape ; R.A., 1814 — 24^ x 29 

(Smith), £9 gs. 

378 Seymour, J., The celebrated chaise match against time, run on Newmarket 

Heath, August 29, 1750 — 404x64 (Martin), £24 3s. 

379 Seymour, J., Hunting scene : huntsmen and hounds before the kennels, 

panel— 9|x 14 (Smith), £8 8s. 

380 Seymour, J., 1740, A hunter ridden by a groom — 244x294 (Smith), £33 12s. 

381 Seymour, J., 1747, A stable interior : two horses, with a groom and a dog — 

23X28HSniith), £5 5s. 

382 Seymour, J., The old weighing-house, Newmarket — 14 x 234 (Dean), £52 los. 

383 Seymour, J., 1740, A huntsman riding with hounds, in a landscape — 244 x 29I 

(Smith), £33 us. 

384 Shayer, W., senr.. Going to the fair : village scene, with figures and horses — 

104x23 (Dean), £241 los. 

385 Smyth, T., 1829, " Silvertail," in a paddock — 19J x 234 (Dean), £5 5s. 

386 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1779, Labourers: four peasants enjoying a gossip after 

unloading a brick-cart, panel — 354x54 (Agnew), £126. 

387 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1783, The haymakers ; R.A., 1786, panel — 36x54 (Agnew), 

£441- 

388 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1783, The reapers: farmer on a bay cob in a cornfield, 

conversing witli a woman who stands twisting two wisps of wheat ready 
to bind a sheaf which a man is holding to her ; another man bends, plying 
his sickle, while the sheaves are being stacked by a third ; R.A., 1786 
panel— 36x54 (Agnew), £441. 

389 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1775, " Shark," in a landscape, with Mr. Price, his trainer 

(this famous racehorse was sold to go to America in 1786, where he laid 
the foundation of the American turf) — 394x494 (Baird Carter), £68 5s. 

390 Stubbs, G., R.A., " Echpse," in a landscape, with Mr. Wildman and his sons 

—39^X494 (Ellis & Smith), £735- 

391 Stubbs, G., R.A., " Gimcrack," with jockey up, in a landscape — 384x484 

(Dean), £231. 

392 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1789, " Jupiter," with a mare near a shed — 38 x 49 (Goslett), 

£10 los. 

393 Stubbs, G., R.A., " Hunter" and " Arabian," in a landscape, near a tall 

tree, with a white curly dog— 39J x 49i (Gold), £9 9s. 

394 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1794, Haymakers : five men, in breeches and white stockings, 

and two country women cutting and tossing hay ; an enamel painting on a 
china tablet, manufactured by Wedgwood, oval — 284x394 (Gooden and 
Fox), £157 los. 



Christie's.] June ii, 1915. 119 

395 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1795, Hay-carting ; an enamel painting on a china tablet, 

manufactured by Wedgwood, oval — 28^x39^ (Gooden & Fox), £141 15s. 

396 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1789, The Prince of Wales's park hack on the banks of the 

Serpentine, Hyde Park : a dark brown cob, with a white and brown spaniel 
on the banks of the lake, panel — 22^X444 (Pawsey & Payne), £18 i8s. 

397 Stubbs, G., R.A., East view of the Riding School at Welbeck Abbey : William, 

Duke of Portland, in hunting costume on a white horse, is giving orders 
to a huntsman who stands near, whUe a stable-boy leads a saddle-horse 
towards the Duke from the gateway of the building — 27J x 37i (Agnew), 
£63. 
39* Stubbs, G., R.A., 1779, " Bay Arab," in a woody landscape, nibbling a thistle 
which grows on a bit of rocky ground ; the estuary of a river seen in the 
background, panel — 35x39 (Dean), £8 8s. 

399 Stubbs, G., R.A., " EcUpse " : a spirited sketch from life of the famous race- 

horse — 24J X zgl (Dunn Gardner), £430 los. 

400 Stubbs, G., R.A., Horse attacked by a lion : a wild and rocky landscape, 

with a lion on the back of a horse — 27x40 (Dunn Gardner), £15 15s. 

401 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1782, The farmer's wife and the raven — 

" ' That raven on yon left-hand oak 

(Curse on his iU betiding croak), 

Bodes me no good.' No more she said, 

When poor-blind Ball with stumbling tread 

Fell prone." — Gay's Fables. 
An enamel painting on a china tablet, manufactured by Wedgwood ; 
R.A., 1782, oval — 2y% X 37 (Gooden & Fox), £105. 
403 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1781, The combat : two stallions, a bay and a dark grey, 
nearly black, are reared against each other, struggling for the mastery ; 
an enamel painting, on a china tablet manufactured by Wedgwood, oval— 
28x37 (Williams), £17 17s. 

403 Stubbs, G., R.A., " Mameluke," the Duke of Cumberland's charger, in a 

landscape, ridden by a groom — 24^x29^ (Pawesy & Payne), £10 10s. 

404 Stubbs, G., R..A., 1765, " Havannah " in a landscape, with hUls in the distance, 

where a mansion is seen — 23 x 27 (Pawsey & Payne), £110 5s. 

405 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1781, Partridge shooting : a young gentleman, in long blue 

coat, standing in a landscape, reloading his flint-lock gun, with the ramrod 
held nearly at arm's length, a pointer by his side ; an enamel painting 
on porcelain ; R.A., 1782, oval — i8}X24j (Pawsey & Payne), £115 los. 

406 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1791, Warren Hastings, on horseback, an enamel painting 

on a china tablet, mamrfactured by Wedgwood, oval — 34! x 25i (Agnew), 
£141 15s. 

407 Stubbs, G., R.A., " Phyllis " : a pointer dog, the property of Lord Claremont, 

in a landscape — 19^x23 (Cockbum), £12 12s. 

408 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1777-8, Portraits of " Fanny," pair (this dog is the one 

painted in the famous portrait of Mrs. Musters by Sir J. Reynolds, P.R.A.), 
panel — 23^x27^ (Pawsey & Payne), £12 12s. 

409 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1782, Isabella Saltonstall, aged 16. in the character of " Una." 

" From her fayre eyes he took commandment, and ever by her looks 
conceived her intent." — Spencer's Faery Queen. 
R.A., 1782 ; on porcelain, oval — 184x25 (Dean), £9 9s. 

410 Stubbs, G., R.A., 1798, A spaniel, the property of Miss Long, of Langley Hall, 

Berks — 24^x294 (Pawsey & Payne), £5 15s. 6d. 

411 Stubbs, G., R.A., A horse attacked by a lion, panel — loxiii (Hagger), 

£2 2S. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



412 Stubbs, G., R.A., A panther, an enamel painting on a cliina tablet, manu- 

factured by Wedgwood ; and A pointer, in Roman mosaic (Williams), 
£io los. 

413 Tilkmans, P., Duke of Kingston trying young pointers, in the background 

is seen Thoresby Hall, Lincolnshire — 29x53 (Cockbum), £89 5s. 

414 Towne, C, Horses in a park; and Bulls fighting, pair, panel — lojxizi 

(Dunn Gardner), £6 6s. 

415 Ward, J., R.A., 1823, Ferrets in a warren, panel — 14 x i7i (Partridge), £12 X2S. 
4t6 Ward, J., K.A., An Alderncy cow; and An Alderney bull, pair — 13JX i6| 

(Pawsey & Payne), £6 6s. 

417 Wootton, J., Sir Robert Walpole, afterwards Earl of Orford, standing in a 

landscape, his hunter, groom, and dogs near him — 60 x 54 (C. Davis), 
£-1. 

418 Wootton, J., Waiting for the mastor : a wiiite hunter, with a groom, and dog, 

before the entrance to a mansion — 37 x 48J (Bankes), £6 6s. 

419 Wootton, J., " Mouse," the property of the Earl of Portmore, in a landscape, 

with jockey and groom — 38 J x 48 (Guy), £4 4s. 

420 Wootton, J., " The Bloody-shouldered Arabian," in a landscape, with • 

groom and dog by a classical building — 37X48J (Roe), £4 14s. 6d. 

421 Wootton, J., A water-spaniel, in carved gilt Georgian frame — 39x49 (Pawsef 

and Payne), fy gs. 



June II, 1915. Puttick's. 

Engravings, Including the Properties of Dr. T. W. 
Burwood, of Strathmore, Ealing ; of the late Samuel 
Pownceby, Esq., Hampstead ; and from various sources. 

MODERN ETCHINGS AND ENGRAVINGS. 
In Portfolio. 

37 Haig, Axel, The portals of Rhtims Cathedral, signed proof (Dunthome), 

£22 IIS. 6d. 

38 Haig, Axel, Burgos interior, signed proof (Dickens), £52 los. 

39 Haig, Axel, St. Mark's, Venice, interior, signed proof (Dunthome), £7 17s. 6d. 

40 Haig, Axel, Washing-day, Chartres, signed proof (North), £2 los. 

Framed. 

41 Windsor Castle, by David Law, signed proof (Burwood), £2 los. 

42 Westminster Bridge, by P. Robertson, signed proof (Burwood), £3 15s. 

45 "It might have been," by J. Dobie, after W. Dendy Sadler, signed remarque 

artist's proof, on vellum (Brail), £1 los. 

ENGRAVINGS. 

In Portfolio. 

yi View of building of St. Katharine's Dock, by J. Phelps, aquatint, in colours 

( ), £1. 

72 View of the West India Docks, by W. Daniell, aquatint, in colours (Barnard), 

15s. 

73 View of London and proposed improvements, by W. Daniell, aquatint, in 

colours (Brail), los. 

74 View of the new docks at Wapping, by W. Daniell, aquatint, in colours 

(Barnard), i5s. 
79 Presentation of medals to the Bombay Fusiliers, by J. Harris, in colours 

(Brail), £1 5s. 
84 Buck's views of London (5) from the Thames (HoUoway), £1 6s. 



Puttick's.] June ii, 1915. 121 

85 Buck's views (4) of Greenwich, Woolwich, Reading, and Bath, fine (HoUoway), 

£1 8s. 
9c Windsor Castle ; and Wallingford Castle, by and after Havell, aquatints, 

in colours (Wilson), £2 los. 
93 Thames at Streatly ; and Near Park Place, Oxford, by and after the same, 

aquatints, in colours (Wilson), £2 rs. 6d. 
95 Bridgnorth and Shrewsbury Bridge, aquatints, coloured by P. Sandby (Elgar), 

£2 I OS. 

g6 Windsor Castle, ditto (Wilson), £2 7s. 6d. 
102 Equestrian portrait of ^Villiam Egerton, Esq., of Tatton, by G. T. Stubbs, 

after G, Stubbs (Watson), £1 ^s, 
106 The Lanibton children, by W. Sharp, after Hayter, lithograph (Webber), 

£i. 
118 Rt. Hon. William Pitt, mezzotint, in colours (Cressy), £1. 
123 Napoleon Bonaparte, by Elouis, in colours (Cardon), £2 15s. 
138 Eighteenth century colour prints, by Julia Frankau, containing 52 illustrations 

printed, in colours, from copper plates, edition limited to 200 copies, 

1900, I vol. (Abrahams), £6. 
142 Education, by Bovi, after Countess Spencer (Cressy), i5s. 
148 Departure of La Fleur, by Watson, after Bunbury, circle, in red, proof (Brail), 

£2. 

151 The woodman ; and The thatcher, by and after J. Barney, in colours, pair 

(Cardon), £2 15s. 

152 Buck, Adam, Un Minuet a I'Angloise, by P. Roberts and J. C. Stadler, 

aquatint, in colours (Cardon), £4 5s. 

154 Lindor and Clara, by F. Bonfoy, after F. Wheatley, in colours, pair (Cardon), 

iSs. 

155 Music, by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, oval, in colours (Cardon), £1 17s. 

160 Lady nursing dog, with boy and girl at her side, by E. J. Dumee, after K. 

Van Assen, oval, in colours (Brail), £2. 

161 The Hon. Mrs. Stanhope, by J. R. Smith, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzo- 

tint, ia colours, varnished (Weydelin), £10 5s. 

162 Delicate embarrassment or the rival friends, by E. Bell, after G. Morland, 

mezzotint, in colours, varnished (Weydelin), £7. 

166 Racehorses " Adonis " and " Bungay," by C. Townley, after Marshall, 

mezzotints pair (Castle), £2 15s. 

167 Racehorse " Queen of Trumps," by C. Hunt, after J. F. Herring, aquatint 

in colours (Fores), £2. 

168 Racehorse " St. Giles," by G. Dimcan, after J. Ferneley, aquatint (Fores), i6s. 

169 Fox-hunting, two strips, 21JX3, aquatints, in colours (Walford), £1 los. 

170 Coursing and pheasant shooting, by S. Aiken, lithographs, in colours, pair 

proofs (Ansdell), £3 los. 

171 Racehorse " Brain worm," by J. C. Easling, after H. B. Chalon, mezzotint, 

in colours (Brail), £10 los. 

Framed. 

172 The Raby pack ; and " Wasp Child," and " Billy," by W. Ward, after H. B. 

Chalon, mezzotints, pair (Colnaghi), £39 i8s. 

174 A hurdle race, after Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set of four (Long), £2 igs. 

175 Mail coaches in snow, flood, and thunderstorm, after J. Pollard, aquatints, 

in colours, set of four (Long), £2 15s. 

176 Cambridge Telegraph, by Hunt, after Pollard, aquatint, in colours (Long), £2. 

177 Grand Leicestershire steeplechase, after H. Aiken, aquatints, in colours, set 

of eight (Wilson), £2 17s. 6d. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



178 Piinchestown races, by E. G. Hester, after J. Sturgess, aquatints, in colours, 
set of four (Wilson), £1 7s. 6d. 

180 Chase and death of the roebuck, after W. P. Hodges, aquatints, in colours, 

pair (Fosdick), £1 "s. 6d. 

181 Partridge ; Woodcock ; Snipe ; and Water-fowl shooting, after Davis (4), 

aquatints, in colours (Fosdick), £1 los. 

188 Leech, John, " Ruggles Hold hard. Master George," chromo-lithograph 

(Holliday), £1 2s. 

189 Leech, John, " Gone away," chromo-lithograph (Holliday), £1 2S. 

190 Leech, John, " Where there's a will there's a way," chromo-lithograph 

(Fores), £3 5s. 

191 Emperor Nicolas, by T. Wright, after G. Dawc, proof before title (Burwood),£i. 

192 Lord Raglan, by H. Cousins, after Grant, mezzotint, proof (Burwood), i8s. 

193 Les Graces Enchainecs par I'amour ; and L'Amour couronne par les Graces, 

by Chaponnier, after J. B. Huet, ovals, in brown, pair (Wilson), £3 5s. 

195 A cornfield, by D. Lucas, after J, Constable, mezzotint (Burwood), i8s. 

196 Royal Review at Windsor, by S. W. Reynolds, after Taylor, mezzotint 

(Slocock), £1 4s. 

199 Favourite rabbit ; and Tom and his pigeons, by C. Knight, after Russell, in 

colours, pair (Wilson), £1 5s. 

200 Lady Kcppell, by E. Fisher, after Reynolds, mezzotint (Parker), £1 los. 
2or Buck, Adam, Hope, in colours (Thomas), £1 6s. 

202 Psyche going to bathe and dress, by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, ovals, pair 

(Thomas), £1 7s. 6d. 

203 Salisbury Cathedral, by D. Lucas, after J. Constable, mezzotint (North), 

£i ics. 6d. 

DRAWINGS. 
In Portfolio. 

220 Jones, Owen, Design for a library, Moorish style (James), £2. 

221 Catton, Charles, October, and Bull baiting (James), £2. 

222 Soane, Sir J., R.A., Entrance to the tomb of a hero (James), £1 15s. 

223 Robson, G. F., Hilly landscape with waterfall (James), £1 15s. 

Framed. 
227 Cipriani, G. B., .\dam and Eve in Paradise ; and Engraving of same, ovals 
(Burwood), £1 15s. 

229 Turner, Carnarvon and Harleck Castles, pair (Holliday), £1 2s. 6d. 

230 Unknown, Eton (Bear), £1 2S. 

237 Ironside, G. E., Saturday morning, after Bigg (Holmes), £1. 



June 14, 1915. Puttick's. 

Old Pictures of the Early English, Dutch and French 
Schools, Modem Pictures and Drawings, the Property 
of Major W. Vaughan-Jones, 33, Launceston Place, W. ; 
of the late Samuel Pownceby, Esq., Hampstead ; and 
from various sources. 

Various Properties. 

PICTURES BY OLD MASTERS. 

19 Smith, T., Views of the Wythbumwater, and on the Tees, pair — 14J x 21 

Maitland), £4. 

20 Correggio. .^isculapius and Hygeia, an unfinished sketch, panel — 29i X 42 

(Briggs), £3 los. 



PuTTicK s.] June 14, 1915. 123 

22 Spanish School. Seaport scene, with figures in the foreground, — 35 x 45 

(Levin) £4. 

23 The temptress — 27^x24 (Green), £3. 

25 Early English School. Sir Edward Atkyns, Judge of the King's Bench — 30 x 25 
(Spink), £4. 

31 English School. Lady, holding a crook, and wearing an embroidered lace 

dress — 30x25 (Qmnn), £2 5s. 

32 Vcrmeulen, A., signed, River scene, with figures sleighing on the ice, buildings 

on the banks, panel — iSJ x 28| (Ross), £4 4s. 

33 Mercier, P., Music and painting — 37 x 56 (Ross), £y 17s. 6d. 

34 Loutherburg, P. J. de. Figures in a storm — 21JX30 (Horsman), £1 los. 

35 Kauffmann, A., Diana and Apollo, oval — 23 x 20J (Lever), £2 17s. 6d. 

36 Dyck, Van, The Crucifixion — 24J x 18 (Long), £1 7s. 6d. 
39 Murillo, after, The Holy Family — 50x23 (B>'ford), £4 15s. 

43 Neefs, P., Interior of a cathedral, with figures — iijxg (Green), £1 12s. 6d. 

47 Turner, Daniel., Hyde Park— 9JX15I (Park), £1 7s. 

48 Crome, J., A Norfolk farm, panel — 29^ x 37 (Park), £5 5s. 

49 Morland, G., Interior of a stable, with ostlers playing cards — 20X25J (Park), 

£5 5S. 

51 Hughtenburg, J. van, A skirmish — 24x30 (Klein), £2 5s. 

52 Gryff, R., Classical figures and still-life, panels, pair — 7^x9! (Levin), £4 los. 

53 Ostade, Exterior of an inn, with Boers conversing, panel — 12 x 8f (Levin),£i ids. 

54 Teniers, after. The monkey barbers — 13 x 18 (Levin), £3 15s. 

63 Kneller, Sir G., Lady, with dove, oval — 29x24!- (Green), £3 15s. 

64 Kneller, Sir G., Lady, in red dress, with ermine, oval — 29 x 244 (Green),£i 15s. 

65 Menendez. A. F., Queen Marie Louise of Savoy, first wife of Philip V of Spain 

— 39JX29 (Park), £4 15s. 

66 Dutch School. Landscape, with figures in foreground, a town in the distance 

on the left — 30x40 (Park), £5 15s. 

72 Aiken, H., Coaching, pair — r3 x igj (Ross), £4. 

73 Singleton, H., "The fortune-teller " — 17^x13^ (Ross), £1 15s. 

74 Kneller, Sir G., Lady and child — 16 x 12^^ (Beer), £1 5s. 

76 Portuguese School. Portrait of a dwarf, panel — 15x11 (Tovar), £1 7s. 6d. 

80 Mytens, J., Lady, wearing black dress with lace collar — 36 x 28} (Lever), £7 7s. 

81 English School. Lady, wearing low-neck dress — 30x25 (Lever), £10 los. 

82 Baptiste, J., Children decorating a bust with flowers — 26x40 (Levin), £3 15s. 

83 Dutch School. Fruit and stUl-life — 31J x 41 (Long), £4 15s. 

84 Weenix, Dead game and fruit — 38x60 (Peffers), £3. 

87 Serres, T. J., Paul Jones' action off Flamborough Head, September 23, 

1728 — 25 X 40 (Williams), £5 5s. 

88 Poussin, N., The birth of Bacchus, unframed — 45 x 68J (Ross), £2. 

89 Eisen, C. D., La Laitiere — 28^x34^ (Ross), £3 5s. 

90 Brill, P., Landscape, with buildings, figures returning from market in the 

foreground, on copper — i8f X24i (Levin), £2 12s. 6d. 

91 Woutiers, F. de, 1780, signed, Hilly landscape, with windmill and figures on 

a winding road, panel — 19X25J (Quinn), £11 iis. 

96 Abbott, L. F., Portrait of Lord Nelson, The Victory in the background — 34} x 

23J (Ross). £4 i2s. 6d. 

97 Sandby, Paul, R.A., Nottingham about 1760 — 31 J X 39 (Peffers), £4. 

98 Gascar, Portrait of a lady in fancy costume — 45 x 36 (Ross), £4 4s. 

102 Kau3mann, A., Venus attired, oval — 40x25 (Ross), £6 6s. 

103 Paul, J., Old Lambeth Palace — 30x38 (Ross), £2. 

104 Wilson, B., " Relieving the old soldier " — 29J x 36 (Ross), £1 ids. 



124 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

105 Droogsloot, J., An attack on a village, panel — 18 x 21 (Long), £3 5s. 

106 Vernet, C, Storm at sea, with shipwreck on the rocks — 23i x 38 (Long), £1 15s, 

107 Chalon, A. E., R.A., 1845, Portrait of the Duchess of Kent— 36x27 (Long), 

£1 lOS. 

108 Bent, Van der, signed, Landscape, with buildings, figures and cattle in the 

foreground — 41x54 (Long), £4 15s. 

109 Nasmjrth, River scene, with buildings — 12 x 17 (Archer), 12s. 6d. 

no Nasmyth, Woody landscape, with cottage, shepherd and sheep, panel — 15 X 20 

(Park), £1 los. 
HI Moiland, G., Rocky coast scene, with cottage, figures, horses and car in the 
foreground — 27J x 35^ (Park), £8 8s. 

112 Werff, Van de, Venus and Cupid — 29J x 24i (Ross). £2 15s. 

113 Morland, G., Winter fodder — 29^ X24J (Park), £6 6s. 

114 Serres, D., R.A., signed, H.M.S. Monsieur ofif Malta, oval — 23^x29 (Hartley), 

£1 5S. 

115 Rubens, P. P., Achilles at the Court of Lycomedes — 50x37 (Sayer), £105. 
117 Luny, T., 1835, Coast scene, with fishing boats and figures on the beach, signed 

— 15X20I (Leman), £21. 
ti8 English School. Landscape, with sportsmen, dogs and game in the fore- 
ground — 40 X 49 (Leman), £36 15s. 

119 Cooper, T. S., R.A., Cattle in a pasture — 12 x 15} (Leman), £31 los. 

120 Wimperis, E. M., 1898, The skirts of the village, drawing — 9JX13} (Leman), 

£47 5S. 

The Property of Major W. Vaughan Jones, 33, Launces- 
ton Place, Kensington. 

129 Weber, Otto, " Noonday rest," panel — 13 x i8| (Lever), £1 los. 

131 Pyne, J. B., Rocky landscape, with buildings and figures in the foreground — 

13 X 10 (J. Kessee), £2. 

132 Glendenning, A., " Summer," drawing — 191x29^ (J. Kessee), £5 5s. 

Various Properties. 

MODERN PICTURES. 

134 Armfield, G., Dogs in a cornfield — iij x 13! (Lee), i8s. 

135 Herring, J. F., Poultry, pair, on panels — 6x8 (Lee), £2. 

137 Watts, F. W., Willy Lett's house at Flatford, Sugolk— 18 x 25J (Park), £2 15s. 

138 Watts, F, W., A bright afternoon — 14J x igj (Park), £1 15s. 

139 Muheady, W., R.A., "The last in"— 7|X9i (Park), £1 7s. 6d. 

140 Nehlig, v., " La Sorciere " — 16 x lai (Park), £3 15s. 

141 King, Veend, The bend in the river — 14 x igi (Cassel), £3. 
151 Hardy, T. B., 1893, Ofi Yarmouth (Green), £1 17s. 6d. 
15* Mulready, The News-vendors (Green), £1 7s. 6d. 



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June 18, 1915. Christie's. 

Modem Pictures and Water-Colour Drawings, the 
Property of the late J. Brinton, Esq., J. P., Moor Hall, 
Stourport. The remaining Works of the late H. W. B. 
Davis, Esq., R.A., Glaslyn, Rhayader, Radnorshire ; and 
Modem Pictures and Drawings from different sources, 

DRAWINGS. 

1 York Minster ; and The Grand Canal, Venice, by Justin Ouvrie, 1845 

(Claughton), £10 los. 

2 Brintoi, Edith, A child asleep, pastel — 43i X 33i ; R.A., 1895 (Preen), £2 2S. 

3 Beavis, R., 1867, The highland raid — 17J x 29J (Mitchell), £7 7s. 

4 Bouvier, Aug., 1870, The garland-makers — 21JX30J (Ford), £6 6s. 

5 Cipriani, N. (Rome), The sleeping cavalier — 16JX21J (Cassell), £9 19s. 6d. 

6 Coleridge, F. G., 1875, On the Thames ; and Windsor, and the companion, pair 

of vignettes (Gooden & Fox), £4 14s. 6d. 

7 Co.x, D., Greenfield Lane Harbour ; and Cottages by a stream (Agnew), £27 6s. 

8 Ehmcan, E., Fishing-boats in a storm — loj x 17 (Bowden), £5 5s. 

9 Fielding, C, Landscape, with a peasant and dog near some trees in the fore- 

ground — 8f X 12 (Agnew), £27 6s. 

10 Foster, Birket, Saumur, vignette (Agnew), £28 7s. 

11 Foster, Birket, Durham, vignette (Mullen), £29 8s. 

12 Harding, J. D., Oaks in Arden Forest — i4X2oi (Misell), £14 3s. 6d. 

13 Hardy, James, jimr., 1871, A gillie on the look-out — 21J x 29J (Cassell), £29 8s. 

14 Hulk, A., Jimr., Morning ; and Evening, pair — ioxi6i (Innes), £7 17s. 6d. 

15 Keene, C, " In Terrorem," an illustration to Punch, January, 1889 ; and A 

saving grace, pen and ink (Carfax), £2 2S. 

16 Lanza, G. G., The Temple of Paestum ; and The Bay of Naples, pair— 17 x 29^ 

(Repton), £5 15s. 6d. 

17 Leitch, W. L., 1875, Cattle watering : evening — 9 x 13 (Claughton), £6 6s. 

18 Du Maurier, G., " What a Shame ! " ; and The arrival of the Sardiner, by Hugh 

Thomson, 1894, pen and ink (Freeman), £2 2S. 

19 Mole, J. H., 1872, Young anglers — gjx 14! (Bowden), £8 8s. 

20 Mole, J. H., 1849, By the sea ; and Cattle and sheep, by R. Beavis, 1863 

(Bemey), £4 14s. 6d. 

21 Miiller, W., A cottage interior ; Tubat Castle, Loch Tyne, by R. Frier ; and 

Woody landscajje (Permain), £4 4s. 

22 Rowbotham, T. L., 1875, Great Andeleys — i4jX9i (Ringrose), £5 5s. 

23 Simoni, G., 1882, At Tlemcen, in Algeria (Gordon), £6 6s. 

24 Stevens, Albert, 1882, On the East Lynn, North Devon — 28} x 2ii (Gow), 

£445. 

25 Tenkate, H., Gossips — 7 x 10 (Cooling), £8 8s. 

26 Tidey, Henry, 1871, Forest flowers — 22jx4ii (Gooden & Fox), £10 los. 

27 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., The sower— 4} x 8 (Mullen), £8 8s. 

PICTURES. 

28 Bartlett, W. H., 1880, Waiting for the turf-boats— 25 x 36 (Lister), £19 19s. 

29 Bridgman, F. A., 1879, Courtyard in Cairo — 2ijxi7i (Sampson), £22 is. 

30 Castan, E., The thunderstorm ; and Feeding the ducks, by J. Leray, panel 

(Cassell), £12 I2S. 

31 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1853, Cattle in a stream, panel— 6^x9} (Mitchell), £22 is. 



126 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



32 Couldery, H. H., The Qursery ; and Whitebait, pair — Sfxiii (Cassell), 

£4. 14s. 6d. 

33 Dargelais, A. H., Children at play ; and Tasting, by J. P. Haag, panel (Lewin), 

£g 19s. 6d. 
34. Dawson, H., 1837, Clifton Grove, near Nottingham — 23^^ x 35 (Gordon), £31 los. 

35 Dawson, H., 1855, Old Dartmouth Harbour — 23^ X 35 (Lister), £22 is. 

36 Dawson, H., 1863, Sunset oS shore, panel — 9ixi3j (Claughton), £9 9s. 

37 Detti, C. (Rome), 1876, The Falconers, panel — 15^x11! (Cassell), £25 4s. 

38 Faed, Thomas, R.A., 1872, The peat-gatherers — 29X20J (Sampson), £92 8s. 

39 Frdre, Ed., 1884, The toy duck, panel — i6xi2i (Sampson), £35 14s. 

40 Frith, W. P., R.A., 1875, Polly Peachum (see " The Beggar's Opera") — 39 x zgh 

(Piper), £33 I2S. 

41 Frith, W. P., R.A., 1867, Measuring heights— sketch, i2iX9J (Bird), £8 8s. 

42 Gainsborough School. Landscape, with cattle ; and Saint John, School of 

Guido (Gow), £19 8s. 6d. 

43 Hayes, Ed., R.H.A., 1870, Fresh morning off the Mumbles — 231x39^ 

(Carpenter), £19 19s. 

44 Henshaw, J. H., Dinas Island at Killamey ; and The tale of a tub, by T. Jones 

(Walker), £24 3s. 
43 Hook, J. C, R..A., 1877, A coal-schooner — 20^x23^ (Mason), £75 12s. 

46 Horlor, G. W., 1872, On mischief bent— 17* x 29! (Mullen), £8 8s. 

47 Janmann, R. A., 1886, The raven, panel — 8ix6't (Wyllie), £23 2S. 

48 Ladell, E., Fruit and still-life — i7ix 13^ (Gooden & Fo.\), £15 15s. 

49 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1867, Llyn Cwellyn, North Wales — 291x51^ (Mrs. 

Moss Cockle), £94 los. 

50 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1874, Backwater on the Thames at Streatley — 174 x 25^ 

(Dawis), £78 15s. 

51 Linnell, J. T., 1852, The disobedient prophet — 254 x 36! (Lloyd), £21. 

52 Maclaren, M., 1883, Flower-seller at Capri — 46J x 22J (Gow), £7 7s. 

53 Melby, W., 1876, The lifeboat going out from the Goodwin Sands — 52 x 82^ 

(Girlmg), £37 6is. 

54 MuUer, W., 1838, TivoU — 32x53 — (Sampson), £33 12s. 

55 Nasmyth, P., Woody landscape, with figiires in the foreground ; a church in 

the distance — I7ixi4i (Claughton), £16 i6s. 

56 O'NeUl, G. B., The wmdfalls— 22J x 19 (Mitchell), £22 is.. 

57 Poelenburgh, Toilet of Venus ; The despatch, after G. Terburg, panel ; 

and The rejected proposal, after N. Verkolje, panel (Gow), £12 12s. 

58 Poole, P. F., R.A., 1S53, Approaching footsteps ; and Fruit and bird's-nest, 

by W. H. Ward (Jackson), £6 i6s. 6d. 

59 Quadrone, G., 1879, The sportsman, panel — 8 x loj (.Schroeder), £12 12s. 

60 Reidel, A. (Rome), 1875, Cupid and Psyche — 38^x29^ (Schroeder), £14 14s. 

61 Reinagle, R. R., R.A., Morning ; and Evening, pair, panel — 6^x9 (LawTence), 

£11 IIS. 

62 Riviere, Briton, R.A., 1878, The bath — 33JX48V (Sampson), £136 los. 

63 Seller, C, 1879, In the studio, panel — i3jxiii (Cooling), £63. 

64 Stanfield, C, R.A., The Isle of Dogs, with Greenwich Hospital in the distance — 

12x15 (Gow), £16 i6s. 

65 Verboeckhoven, £., 1874, Four ewes and a lamb, in a pasture by a wooden 

fence — 19x27 (Cooling), £115 los. 

66 Vickers, A., On the River Isis near Oxford — 9I x 14J (Permain), £12 12s. 

67 Williams, J. Ha>Ties, 1869-71, La debutante — 23ixi7i (Paris), £3 3s. 



Christie's.] June i8, 1915. 127 

The Property of a Lady. 

DRAWINGS. 

68 Bou\'ier, Aug., 1869, The fortune-teller — 18X13J (Weekes), £7 17s. 6d. 

69 Callow, W., .\ntwerp — 19 x 12} (Cooling), £5 5s. 

70 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1864, Vesuvius from Capri — 4} x 7} (Permain), £4 14s. 6d. 

71 Fielding, C, Valley scene, with peasants and cattle — 10 x 13J (Agnew), £47 5s. 

72 Fielding, C, Loch Etive, with two peasants — 7x10 (Mullen), £21. 

73 Foster, Birket, Henley ; and Marlow, pair, vignettes (Agnew), £57 15s. 

74 Foster, Birket, Going to the harvest-field — 7 x 3 (Cooling, £48 6s. 

75 Glindoni, H. Gillard, 1889, The old shoe— iSJx 13^ (WUlis), £7 17s. 6d. 

76 Hardy, T. B., 1890, Leigh, Essex — 9X27J (Cooling), £12 12s. 

77 Hunt, A. W., 1868, Ryle Rhea, between Skye and the Mainland — 6i x 14! — 

(Paris), £8 8s. 

78 Hunt, W., Apples and black and white grapes — 12 x 18 (Wells) £35 14s. 

79 Tenkate, H., 1864, Tavern interiors — pair, 9x13 (Cooling), £42. 

80 Vacher, C, 1868, Thebes; and The Pyramids of Ghizeh, pair — iiJX45i 

(Shoton), £14 14s. 
8r Werner, C, 1864, At prayer — 19J x 13J (Capt. A. Harvey), £8 8s. 



The Property of the late Rev. Edward F. Cave-Browne- 
Cave, Holbrook, Hampton Park, Hereford. 

DRAWINGS. 

82 Callow, W., 1881, On the Canale dell' Olio, Venice — 16 x 13 (Bowden), £5 15s. 6d. 

83 Callow, W., 1878, Sunrise on the Seine at Rouen — g^x 19} ( (Smith), £17 17s. 

84 Davidson, C, On the Brathay ; and Ambleside, Westmorland (Money), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

85 Goodwin, A., 1881, View of Winchelsea— 9JX 14 (Cooling), £2 2S. 

86 Rayner, S., 1876-8, Ruined abbey; and An old castle, pair — 23^x19! 

(Bowden), £3 3s. 

87 Willis, H. B., 1878, Group of cattle near Bumham, Somerset — 8 x 13J (Cassell), 

£i2 IS. 6d. 

88 Willis, H. B., Harvesters ; and Gipsies, pair — 6 x 8J (Courlem), £4 14s. 6d. 

PICTURE. 

89 Herring, J. F., Senr., Returning from work — 20J x 41* (Cassell), £31 los. 



Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

90 Herring, J. F., Senr., i860. The Months : A sketch-book containing twenty- 

three drawings of landscapes and sporting scenes, with a title-page (Reeby), 
£27 6s. 

91 Morgan, Fred, See-saw — 18 x 26^ (Bowden), £21. 

92 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1870, A road-side farm at Braid, near Edinburgh — 13^ x 

2oi (Paris), £5 5s. 

PICTURES. 

93 Faed, J., Junr., 191 1, A moorland bum in August — 15 J x igj (Wason), £2 los. 

94 Morgan, Fred, The young gallant — 29* x igi (Bowden), £31 los. 

95 Hughes-Stanton, H., A.R.A., 1893, A Kentish village, panel — Six iij (Misell) 

£10 lOS. 

96 Moore, H., R.A., 1872, Looking across the Channel — 15^x25^ (Adams), £16 i6s. 
97^ Hardy, James, jun., 1876, The morning's kill — 21x29 (Mitchell), £35 14s. 
98_ Schouten, H. van, Sheep on the Dunes — 31^x47 (Jackson), £6 i6s. 6d. 



128 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

99 Schouten, H. van, Tending her flock — 23 x 35 (Lehmann), £8 i8s. 6d. 
100 MeuUemans, J., Sea-pieces, with shipping, pair — 23 x 35 (H. Carpenter), £8 8s. 
loi Heinisch, C, River scene, with cottages and cattle, panel — 5 x iij (Edwards), 
£5 15s. 6d. 

102 Weiss, Jos^, At dawn — 15* x 23^ (Adams), £9 gs. 

103 Weiss, Jose, At sundown — 15J x 23J (Harvey), £10 los. 



The remaining works of, and Pictures and Drawings by 
other artists belonging to the late H. W. B. Davis, Esq., 
R.A., of Glaslyn, Rhayader, Radnorshire. 

PASTELS. 
H. W. B. Davis, R.A. 

104 Twilight: Pas de Calais — 11 J x 22} (Wason), £10 los. 

105 After sunset — iil X23J (Cooling), £10 los. 

PICTURES. 

106 The Pass of Bealloch-na-Ba ; and Afterglow : Surrey Hills, pair ; and The 

Mid-day rest (Agnew), £11 iis. 

107 The strayed herd ; and Moonlight on the Wye (Agnew), £42. 

108 A valley in the Boulonnaise ; and Niagara Falls : Canadian side (Agnew), 

£17 17s. 

109 In the Picardy Dunes — 14! x 29J (Agnew), £10 los. 
no On Pitch Hill, Surrey, 1912 — iijxi7i (Mitchell), £8 8s. 

111 Midsummer night; a study for the Diploma Picture — 10X14J (Cooling), 

£16 i6s. 

112 At Ewhurst, Surrey — 13^x21^ (Mitchell), £12 is. 6d. 

113 Sunset at St. Etienne, with sheep — i6iX32| (Agnew), £29 8s. 

114 A trout reach on the Wye — 14^x291 (Agnew), £60 i8s. 

115 Ferry Hinksey, near Oxford, 1856-1911, R.A. 1912 — i8JX23i (Carpenter), 

£29 8s. 

116 Spring on the banks of the Liane — 17^ x 36 (Agnew), £16 i6s. 

117 Gloaming — i7jX29i (Newman), £7 7s. 

118 Now came still evening on, 1903 ; a study — 17JX24J (Cooling), £22 is. 

119 Prospect Park — 17J x 35J (Davis), £52 los. 

120 Grande Dune, Hardelot, 1868 — i7iX35i (Adye), £25 4s. 

121 Early summer morning : Pas de Calais — 19x41 (Agnew), £29 8s. 

122 The green lane : Pas de Calais— 19! X39J- (Agnew), £44 2s. 

123 Grass in seed. The Boulonnais, 1860-1909 — 232 x 35J, R.A. 1912 (Foster), 

£86 2S. 

124 Lyncam Pool on the Wye — 20JX35I (Wayson), £23 2s. 

125 After rain in the night : St. Etienne, Pas de Calais, 1912, R.A. 1912 — 3lJ X 59^ 

(Sampson), £42. 

126 Coming up the hill: Ewhurst, Surrey, 1911, R.A. 1911 — 31^x60 (Cassell), 

£52 lOS. 

127 Nightfall, 1912, R.A. 1912 — 33JX59J (Agnew), £21. 

128 Pitch Hill, Ewhurst, Surrey, 1895 — 314x59} (Agnew), £48 6s. 

129 The Valley of the Liane : Pas de Calais, 1867, R.A. 1910 — 29JX59 (Agnew), 

£94 I OS. 

130 The waning year, 1904, R.A., 1904 — 33x60 — (Agnew), £81 i8s. 

131 The cool of evening: Condette, Pas de Calais, 1911, R.A. 1911 — 38x72 

(Edwards), £17 17s. 

132 The skirt of the Dunes, Condette, Pas de Calais, 1912, R.A. 1912 — 37iX72 

(Wayson), £48 6s. 



Christie's.] June i8, 1915. 129 

133 Looking down the Wye from Glaslyn, 1909, R.A. 1910 — 38x72 (Agnew), 

£39 i8s. 

134 Com Gafallt on the Wye, 1911, R.A. 1911 — 35J x 7i| (Sampson), £48 6s. 

135 Glen Docherty, 1905, R.A. 1905 — 34 x 72 (Cassell), £33 12s. 

136 British wUd cattle, 1903-8, R.A. 1903 — 37ix7ii (Gooden & Fox), £39 18s. 

137 The head of the pool : A rapid on the Wye, R.A. 1910 — 47J x 71 J (Cooling), 

£33 I2S. 

138 An orchard in Wales, 1908, R.A. 1896 — 474x83! (Sampson), £60 i8s. 

139 Flowery May, 1897-1908 — 

" Woods and groves are of thy dressing. 

Hill and dale doth boast thy blessing." 

R.A. 1897 — 47JX95 (Bristol Museum), £110 5s. 

140 The rustling leaves, R.A. 1876 — 47^ x 95 (Cassell), £44 2S. 

141 After the thunderstorm : St. Etienne Hill, Pas de Calais, 1910, R.A., 1907 — 

33 x 60 — (Wayson), £57 15s. 

142 In May, 1904 — 33x60 (Mullen), £21. 

143 The Junction Pool: Elan and Wye, Radnorshire, 1913, R.A. 1913 — 30x60 

(Sampson), £22 is. 

144 Ewhurst Hill, Surrey, 1911, R.A. 1911 — 36X 60 (Cassell), £35 14s. 

145 Under the greenwood tree, 1898, R.A. 1905 — 38 x 72 (Mullen), £44 2s. 

146 Coming down to the low ground : Rainy weather, Loch Maree, 1905, R.A. 

1905 — 36x72 (Baudrim), £18 i8s. 

147 Approach to Bealloch-na-Ba, Applecross, 1888-96, R.A. 1888 — 36 x 72 

(Agnew), £33 i2S. 

148 The way to the Sanctuary : on the Crossein, Ross-shire, 1888-1907, R.A. 

1888 — 36 X 72 (Agnew), £115 los. 

149 A June evening, R.A., 1898 — 42 x 72 (Cassell), £30 9s. 

Works by Other Artists. 
DRAWINGS. 

150 Bonington, The boudoir ; and View in'^Vales, by D. Cox (Walker), £23 2S. 

151 Cox, D., The beach at Hastings — 17JX22J (Agnew), £33 12s. 

152 Cox, D., Sketch on the Welsh coast — 13JX21J (Agnew), £13 13s. 

153 Lawson, Cecil, G., The Wharfe, Yorkshire — 9J x 15J (Gooden & Fox), £38 i6s. 

154 Prout, S., Hulks at Plymouth — 22^x30^ (Agnew), £42. 

155 Swan, J. M., R.A., A study of leopards, charcoal — 10 x i6| — (Jackson), 

£10 lOS. 

PICTURES. 

156 Boudin, E., 1862, The pier at Trouville, panel — 10x18 (Martin), £30 9s. 

157 Crome, J., Plough-horses ; and On Hampstead Heath, by S. G. Rowe, panel 

(Lawrence), £21. 

158 Daliphard, E., 1864, The banks of the River Y, panel ; Twilight, panel ; and 

River scene (Agnew), £5 15s. 6d. 

159 Fisher, Mark, A.R.A., 1882, A pastureland — i4jxi8i (Cox), £39 i8s. 

160 Hagemann, G. de. View of a bridge ; and French nver scene, pair, panel — 

13JX19J (Davis), £5 5s. 

161 Moore, Henry, R.A., 1883, Qfi Cherbourg — 15J x 25J (Agnew), £44 as. 

162 Veyrassat, J., A farmstead ; and Going home, panel (Permain), £21. 



I30 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

June 22, 1915. Puttick's. 

Baxter and Le Blond, Colour Prints. 

58 A complete set (32) of Le Blond's ovals, comprising Blowing bubbles ; Moon- 

light ; Dancing dogs ; Sailor's departure ; The swing ; Fifth of November ; 
May-day ; Snowballing ; The grotto ; Lejiming to ride ; The showman ; 
Fisherman's hut ; Blackberry gatherers ; Waiting at the ferry ; Gleaners ; 
Mill-stream ; Soldier's return ; Pedler ; Image boy ; Good news ; Grand- 
mother's snufE-box ; Young angler ; Village spring ; Cherry seller ; Leisure 
hour ; Pet rabbits ; Burning-glass ; Bird's-nest ; Grandfather's pipe ; 
Sunday morning ; Wedding-day ; and Crossing the brook (Pearlman), 
£10 lOS. 

59 Another set (Curry), £8 los. 

60 Ditto (BritneU), £4 4s. 

BAXTER COLOUR PRINTS. 

Books containing Illustrations. 
go Cabinet of paintings, containing the Carrier pigeon ; Burns and Highland 
Mary ; Cape Wilberforce ; Verona ; Cleopatra ; Lugano ; Interior of Lady 
Chapel, Warwick ; The" boa ghaut ; Zenobia ; Destruction of Sodom ; and 
Jenny Dean's interview with the Queen, i vol. (Belchem), £4. 

91 A similar lot, i vol. (Welbeck), £3 15s. 

92 A ■s imil ar lot, Special copy, lined with silk, very fine impressions, i vol. 

(Brown), £5 los. 

93 Nicolas, Sir H., History of the Orders of Knighthood of the British Empire, 

with plates, including frontispiece. Queen Victoria, and title page, a 
Garter StEill, printed in gold, 4 vols. (Lewis), £2 7s. 6d. 

94 A similar lot, printed in gold, 4 vols. (Lewis), £2 12s. 6d. 

95 A similar lot (not printed in gold), 4 vols. (Spencer), £1 6s. 

96 The Insignia of the Orders of Knighthood, nineteen plates, in paper wrapper 

(Montgomerie), 17s. 

97 Ditto, with letterpress, nineteen plates, i vol. (Docker), 17s. 

MISSIONARY AND SCRIPTURAL PRINTS. 

98 Capt. Pritchard (Spencer), i6s. 

107 Reception, and Massacre of Rev. J. Williams, pair (Spencer), £1 is. 

108 A similar lot (Spencer), £1. 

109 Ditto (Spencer), £1. 
no Ditto (Spencer), £1. 

116 Wreck of the Reliance (Harrison), £t 2S. 

119 Ditto (Spencer), £1. 

NEEDLEBOX PRINTS. 

122 Queen and heroes of India, uncut sheet (Brown), 19s. 

123 A 's imil ar lot (Brown), 19s. 

124 Four sheets of needlebox prints, one sheet uncut (Belchem), £1 5s. 

125 Greek dance, and Harem set, two strips (Belchem), i6s. 

126 A similar lot (Curry), i6s. 

127 The Regal needlebox set, comprising ten needleboxes in original case, with 

Prince Albert, by Le Blond, on cover, and three other needleboxes, and 
one needle wrapper (Spencer), £r los. 
127A A collection of needlebox prints, 153 on one sheet, many uncut (Spencer), 

£2 2S. 



Puttick's.] June 22, 19 15. 131 

GREAT EXHIBITION SERIES. 

128 Gems of the Great Exhibition, Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4, stamped mounts ( ), 

13s. 

129 A similar lot (Malcolm), 14.3. 

142 Great Exhibition : Interior, stamp in red ; and Exterior, stamped mount 

(Lewis), 14s. 

143 Ditto, stamps in red (Lewis), 12s. 

144 Ditto (Welbeck), 12s. 

185 Sebastopol, stamped mount (Belchem), £1 6s. 

190 Landing of Her Majesty at Queenstown (Ackroyd), 12s. 
PORTRAITS. 

200 Jetty Treffz (Belchem), 13s. 

201 Prince of Wales (C.L. 212) (Spencer), 163. 

202 Ditto (Spencer), i6s. 

203 The small bride (Brown), £3 los. 

203A De la Rue's Queen Victoria (Blainnan), 14s. 

204 Prince Albert in Hussar imiform (Brown), 17s. 

205 Queen Victoria, with hand on table (Brown), 133. 

206 Prince Albert ; and Queen Victoria (Blairman), i8s. 
.207 -A similar lot (Brown), £i is. 

208 Prince Albert (2) ; and Queen Victoria (Britnell), £1. 

209 The small bride (Brown), £2 12s. 6d. 
209A Emperor William, on music, complete, 
209B Sir Robert Peel (Spencer), los. 

210 Ditto (Spencer), i5s. 

211 Ditto (Spencer), i8s. 

212 Vive I'Empereur, rare variety ; and Princess Royal (Curry), £r is. 

213 A similar lot (Malcolm), 14s. 

214 Vive I'Empereur ; and Empress Eugenie (Blainnan), 14s. 

215 A similar lot (Ramage), i8s. 

217 Napoleon I (Brown), £1 4s. 

218 Ditto (Ramage), £i 4s. 

219 Ditto (Spencer), £2 4s. 

220 Rev. Wesley (Lewis), i8s. 

221 Ditto (Brown), i6s. 

222 Ditto (Brown), los. 

223 Lord Nelson (Brown), £1 8s. 

224 Ditto (Brown), i8s. 

225 Ditto (Mason), £1 iis. 

226 Duke of Wellington (C.L. 225) (Malcolm), 18s. 

227 Duke of Wellington (C.L. 225 and 226) (Lewis), i8s. 

228 A similar lot (Blairman), gs. 

229 Ditto (Spencer), 8s. 

230 The bride (Blairman), 9s. 

231 Ditto (BritneU), i6s. 

DOMESTIC AND FANCY SUBJECTS, INTERIORS. Etc. 

232 First lesson (Blairman), £1. 

233 Ditto (Brown), £1 2s. 

235 Flora (Grey), 14s. 

236 Ditto (Spencer), £2. 

241 Duke of Wellington's funeral, three varieties (Curry), £1 2S. 

245 Hop garden (Spencer), 12s. 

246 Ditto (Spencer), 14s. 



132 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

247 The cornfield (Spencer), 13s. 

248 Ditto (Brown), 15s. 

249 King of the French leaving Eu (Malcolm), £1 is. 

251 Ditto, blue line mount (Lewis), 12s. 

252 Ditto (Spencer), los. 

253 Little gardeners (Lewis), los. 

254 Fisherman's home, blue line mount (Lewis), £1. 

255 Ditto (Lewis), £1. 

260 Reconciliation (Spencer), iis. 

261 Ditto (Spencer), 13s. 

262 Ditto (Middleton), 12s. 

263 Ditto (Britnell), los. 

264 Belle of the village (Atkinson), 15s. 

265 Ditto (Brown), 14s. 

266 Circassian lady at her bath (Lewis), 12s. 
268 Ditto (Spencer), los. 

303 News from home ; and Australia (Ramage), £1. 
ENLARGEMENTS. 

312 First impression, large (Spencer), £2 2S. 

313 Mountain stream, with Indians reposing (Britnell), £1 2S. 

314 Ditto, stamped mount (Britnell), £i 2S. 

315 Day before marriage (Britnell), £1 12s. 

316 Ditto (Welbeck), £1 los. 

317 Ditto, stamped mount (Brown), £2 los. 

318 Ditto (BritneU), £1 6s. 

319 Lover's letter-box (Britnell), £1 los. 

320 Ditto, stamped mount (Chapman), £2 17s. 6d. 

321 Ditto (Britnell), £r 17s. 6d. 

322 Ditto, stamp cut to the top of crown (Britnell), £1 ids. 

323 The bridesmaid (Britnell), i6s. 

324 Ditto (Britnell), 15s. 

325 Ditto, stamped mount (Keswick), £1 16s. 

326 Ditto (BritneU), £2 2S. 

327 Summer ; atnd Winter, large, pair (Welbeck), £1 14s. 

328 A similar lot (Curry), £1 10s. 

329 Ditto (BritneU), £1 8s. 

330 Ditto (Atkinson), £1 6s. 

331 Ditto (Lewis), £1 4s. 

332 Ditto (Belchem), £1 is. 

333 Ditto (Spencer), £1. 

333A Fruit girl of the Alps (Haywood), iis. 

334 HoUyhocks, by Baxter ; and Gardener's shed, by Le Blond (BritneU), £1 5s. 

335 A similar lot (Spencer), £1 3s. 

336 The parting look (Malcolm), £3 15s. 

337 St. Bernard dogs (Lewis), £1 8s. 

338 Ditto (Lewis), £1 8s. 

339 Ditto (Malcolm), £1 8s. 

Framed. 

340 Reception, and Massacre of Rev. J. Williams, pair, in original frames (Britnell), 

£ris. 

341 Another pair (Spencer), £i is. 

342 Ditto (Haywood), £1 is. 

343 Large Queen (Spencer), £3 3s. 

344 Coronation ; and Opening of Parliament, pair (W. Brown), £5 10s. 



Puttick's.] June 25, 1915. 133 

June 25, 1915. Puttick's. 

Engravings, Modem Etchings and Water-Colour 
Drawings. 

MODERN ETCHINGS AND ENGRAVINGS. 
II Houses of Parliament, by L. Conway Dixon, signed proof, in colours (Bailey), 

i8s. 
13 Battersea Bridge, by P. Hahn, afterWhistler, signed proof, in colours (Halliday), 
£1 17s. 6d. 

ENGRAVINGS. 
94 Mr. Kean as Richard III, by C. Turner, after J. Halls, mezzotint, in colours 
(Hope), 18s. 
107 Princess Charlotte Augusta, by F. Bartolozzi, eifter R. Cosway, in colours 
■ (Reed), £1 17s. 6d. 

117 A series of fifteen Swiss views, aquatints, in colours ( ), £4. 

122 Bartolozzi tickets, seven on one sheet (Simpson), £1 17s. 6d. 

126 Deserted village, by and after J. K. Sherwin, pair (Cardon), £1 7s. 6d. 

127 Peleus and Thetis, by Macklin, after Kauffman, circle, in colours (MajTie), £5. 

128 Hebe, by J. Eginton, after W. Hamilton (Read), £3 5s. 

128 The wood-girl; and The milk-girl, by Levilly, in colours, pair (Miller), £3 7s. 6d. 

130 The discovery, by E. I. Dumee, after G. Morland (Price), i8s. 

131 Everybody out of town, by G. M. Woodward, coloured ( ), £2. 

133 The romance ; and The dream, by J. R. Smith, after R. Westall, mezzotints 

pair (Hope), £4 15s. 

134 Castle in danger, and companion, by Bartolozzi, after W. Hamilton, ovals, in 

colours, pair (Cardon), £3 15s. 

135 Children feeding goats, by P. W. Tomkins, after G. Morland, in brown (Dickson) 

£3 5s. 

136 Mrs. Sheridan and son, by T. Nugent, after J. Hoppner (Goodstein), £2 los. 

137 Shooting, after Wolstenholme, aquatints, in colours, a set of four (Read), £3 15s. 

138 Female equestrians, by Hunt, after F. C. Turner, aquatints, in colours (Long), 
1^ £1 7S. 6d. 

139 First of September, by W. Ward, after Morland, in colours (Dell), £3 15s. 

140 The driver of 1832 and 1852, by J. Harris, after H. Aiken, coloured (Price), i8s. 

141 Celebrated greyhound, " Snowball," by Ward, after Chalon, mezzotint (Read), 

£2 7s. 6d. 

142 Panoramic view of British horse-racing, by Pollard and Dubourg, after C. 

Thompson, aquatint, in colours (Ansdell), £2. 

143 Steeplechasing, after J. Polled, aquatints, in colours, a set of four, proofs 

before letters (Waydelin), £10 ros. 

156 The action, and Morning after the action, between H.M.S. frigate Endymion 

and the American United States frigate President, January 15th and i6th, 
1815, by J. Jeakes, after T. Buttersworth, aquatints, in colours, pair 
(F. Sabin), £28. 

Plates to Henry Aiken's British Sports. Aquatints in 
Gjlours. All uniformly framed with letterpress at back. 

Framed. 

157 The title-page, 1821 (Seldon), £1 12s. 6d. 

158 Staghounds (Seldon), £1 15s. 

159 Water-spaniels (Seldon), £1 15s. 

160 Pointer (Seldon), £1 15s. 



134 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

i6i Spaniel (Seldon), £i 15s. 

162 Setters (Seldon), £i 15s. 

163 Foxhounds (Reeves), £1 10s. 

164 Beagles (Seldon), £1 5s. 

165 Terriers (Seldon), £1 5s. 

166 Dog " Crab " (Seldon), £1 5s. 

167 Cock-fighting, plates I and II, pair (Seldon), £3 7s. 6d. 

168 Bear-baiting (Seldon), £1 5s. 

169 Prize-fight (Seldon), £1 5s. 

170, 171 and 172 The Arabian ; The Hackney ; the hunter (Seldon), £4. 

173 Coursing, pair (Fores), £3. 

174 Pigeon-match (Seldon), £2. 

J75 Sporting meeting in the Highlands (Seldon), £1 15s. 

176 and 177 Badger catching; A match at the Beagles (Reeves), £2 5s. 

178 Drawing the badger (Seldon), £1 los. 

179 Owling (Seldon), £1 5s. 

180 Hawking (Seldon), £1 5s. 

181 Water-fowl shooting (Seldon), £1 los. 

182 Sledging (Seldon), £1 5s. 



185 Damon and Musidora, by P. W. Tomkins, in colours (Manley), £3 5s. 

186 Departure of iEneas, by Eginton, after Hamilton, in colours (Dell), £1 17s. 6d. 

187 Happy father, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, mezzotint, in colours (Manley), 

£2 15s. 

188 Guardian angels, by Vendramini, after Stella, in coloxirs (Manley), £2 15s. 

189 Psyche going to bathe, by Bartolozzi, after Cipriani, oval, in colours (Dell), 

£1 i8s. 

190 Andromache weeping over the ashes of Hector, by Dickenson, after Kaufiman, 

oval, in colours (Manley), £2 5s. 

191 Wisdom, after Cipriani ; and Religion, after Kaufimann, by Bartolozzi, ovals, 

in red (Dell), £3 los. 

192 Vauxhall, by R. Pollard, after Rowlandson, aquatint ( ), £2 5s. 

193 The shipwreck, by C. Turner, after J. M. W. Turner, second state, mezzotint 

(Long), £2 2S. 

194 Temptation, by W. Humphrey, after G. Morland, in colours (Dell), £3. 

195 i6th Lancers, after H. Martens, aquatint, in colours (Dell), £1. 

196 Duchess of Mexborough, |by W. Ward, after J. Hoppner, mezzotint, circle 

(Reed), £5 15s. 

197 La Gaiety Conjugale, and companion, by De Launay, after Freudeberg, pair 

(Long). £2 15s. 
199 Crowning the bust of Linneas, by Caldwell, after Opie, in colours (Simpson), 
£1 2S. 6d. 

207 View in Hyde Park, by Dubourg, aquatint, in colours, varnished (Long), £1 5s. 

208 Blackfriars, from Southwark Bridge — London Bridge, and Westminster, by 

T. S. Boys, lithographs, in colours (Manley), £1 5s. 

209 Views (2) of Glasgow and Edinburgh, after L. Clark, aquatints, in colours 

(Slade), £2 15s. 

210 Views of Old Aberdeen and Aberdeen, by F. C. Lewis, after A. Nasmyth, 

aquatints, in colours (Young), £2. 

215 H.M. brig Black Joke engaging the Spanish slave brig El Almirante, by E. 

Duncan, after W. J. Huggins, aquatint, in colours (Millbank) £1 8s. 

216 Cock-fighting, Plates I and II, by J. Clark, after H. Aiken, aquatints, in 

colours, pair (Long), £1 15s. 



Christie's] June 25, 1915. 135 

217 The Duke of Beaufort's coach, by C. Hunt, after Shayer, aquatint, in colours 

(Long), £1 10s. 
219 Death of Nelson, by Onne, after M. Brown, in colours (BortJn), £1 6s. 
WATER-COLOUR DRAWINGS. 

240 Carpenter, W., Niagara Falls (Beer), £j. 

241 A set of eight Chinese drawings, en gouache, illustrating pottery manufacture 

(Johnson), £1. 

Framed. 

243 Smith, T. (of Derby), Haddon HaU (Hope), £2 1 5s. 

244 Philp, J. G., Cornwall, near Land's End, and at Kynance Cove, pair (Blythe), 

£2. 

247 Gillies, Margaret, Leaving the Highlands (Manley), £3 5s. 

248 McPherson, J., Landscape, with sheep in foreground (Manley), £1 15s. 

PAINTING. 

249 Ward, J., Morland and his friend fishing (Parker), £9. 



June 25, 1 91 5. Christie's. 

Pictures by Old Masters of the Dutch School, the Property 
of the late Lord Huntingfield, Heveningham Hall, Yoxford, 
Suffolk ; also Old Pictures, the Property of a Lady ; the 
Property of the late W. E. Darwin, Esq., and from different 
sources. 

Property of a Lady. 

PICTURES. 

1 View on the Thames, with anglers in a punt ; and Caught, by de Vletter, 1844 

(Boyle), £2 I2S. 6d. 

2 Scenes from a play, a set of three, on metal — 24JX17J (Mitchell), £3 13s. 6d. 

3 Boucher School. Landscapes, with pastoral figures, a pair of overdoors — 24 x 

37} (Roe), £29 8s. 

4 Coypel, A., Garden scene, with figures seated round a table — 49X50J (Pawsey 

and Payne), £16 16s. 

5 Dietricy, C. W. E., The sleeping shepherdess — 22JX28J (JefEries), £15 15s. 

6 Drouais, F. H., The house of cards : A boy, in brown dress, playing with a 

pack of cards, oval — 24 x 19J (Jeffries), £89 5s. 

7 Early English School. John Bannister, the actor, in grey coat, with white 

stock — 29 X 24 (Konody), £46 4s. 
& Bisen, C. D. J., Boy sporting in a landscape — 28X22J (Owen), £46 4s. 
9 Hogarth School. Lady, in brown dress trimmed with ermine, white lace 

cap — 35J X 27J (Greenstreet), £15 15s. 

10 Hogarth School. Dairymaid, giving drink to a negro-boy — 26fX33i (Smith), 

£13 13s. 

11 Kobell, J., Stream, with cattle; boys bathing in the background, panel — 

i8i X 23J (Jeffries), £9 9s. 

12 Largilliere, Duchess of Modena, in white silk dress embroidered with gold 

brcdd, blue scarf trimmed with ermine, seated in a gilt chair — 60x48 
(MitcheU), £50 8s. 

13 Loo, Van, Duchess de Berry, in rich dress — 25jX2oi (Johnston), £19 19s. 

14 Mignard, Duchess de Lorraine, in grey embroidered dress, with blue cloak, in 

an oval — (28 x 22 (Johnston), £22 is. 

15 Morland, G., A setter at the edge of a wood — 24ix 29^ (Crome), £12 12s. 



136 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

i6 NoUekens, J. F., Painting ; and Carving, pair ; boys in maisquerade costumes 
— 9|x 12 (Agnew), £ii iis. 

17 Noter, David de, 1852, Sealing the letter, panel — 221x19 (Scott), £8 8s. 

18 Pater, F&te ChampStre — 241x31 (Sabin), £84. 

19 Robert, H., Classical ruins, with staircases and figures, pair — i7i x 14J (Owen), 

£110 5s. 

20 Stry, Abraham van, The seasons : landscapes, with buildings, figures, and 

animals ; a set of four — 29 x 24! (Jefiries), £47 5s. 

21 Stry, J. van. Banks of a river, with cattle and figures, panel — i8|x23i 

(Jeffries), £18 i8s. 

22 Swift, Kate, Winding the skein — 24JX23 (JeSries), £2 2S. 

23 Van Dyck School. Charles I; and Henrietta Maria, pair — 28JX23 (Speil- 

mann), £32 iis. 

24 Vitelli, G. van, Venice — 21JX42J (Jeffries), £10 los. 

25 Vitelli, G. van, Rome — 2i}X42i (Jeffries), £7 7s. 

26 Vitelli, G. van, The Arsenal, Naples — 2ijx42i (Durlacher), £14 3s. 6d. 

27 Vitelli, G. van, Mola di Gaeta, Naples — 2i}X42i (Jeffries), £6 6s. 

28 ZuccareUi, F., R.A., Landscapes, with buildings, figures, and animals — 27J x 

35I (Renton), £32 iis. 



Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

29 Cave, P. le. Landscapes, with buildings, figures, and animals, pair — 7 x gi 

(Smith) £2 2S. 

PICTURES. 

30 Earl, R., Mary, daughter of William Carpenter, Esq., of Aldeby, in Norfolk, 

in white dress : and Her brother, William Carpenter, in red dress, pair ; 
signed, and dated 1779 — 47iX34j (Leger), £7 17s. 6d. 

31 Early English School. Mr. Palmer, in brown coat and pink vest, grey wig — 

29i X 24J (Harries), £4 4s. 

32 Wilson, B., Gentleman, in green dress, standing before a fireplace ; his wife, 

in pink, seated by his side, holding a shuttle — 35 x 27 (Rogers), £27 6s. 

33 Kneller School. Gentleman, in brown dress, with blue scarf ; and Lady, in 

brown dress trimmed with ermine, pair — 49 x 39 (Evans), £15 15s. 

34 Canaletto School. The Island of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice — 27 X 44^ 

(Watson), £18 i8s. 

35 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., after. Sir William Chambers, R.A. — 51^ x 40 (Watson), 

£995. 

36 French School. The Feast of Flora— 55 x 28 (J. Scott), £7 17s. 6d. 

37 Guard! School. Islands near Venice, with buildings, gondolas, and figures, 

pair — 7x10 (Leger), £9 9s. 
39 Morland, G., Smugglers : A sketch in monochrome — 27 x 35* (Bell), £4 4s. 

39 Tillemans, J., Mountainous river scene, with cavalier and figures — 24J x 29 

(Turner), £2 12s. 6d. 

40 School of Highmore. Duchess of Bolton, in white dress, seated in a garden — 

22 X 18I (Huggins), £7 7s. 

41 Kneller School. Lady, in green dress, with brown scarf, seated, holding a 

crook — 50X38J (Renton), £11 os. 6d. 

42 Velde, Van de. Frozen river scene, with buildings and figures — 18X24I (G. A. 

Scott, £2 I2S. 6d. 

43 Early English School. Katherine Lockman, wife of the Rev. Moses Porter, in 

blue dress, oval — 9x7* (Konody), £6 6s. 



Christie's.] June 25, 1915. 137 

44 Pasture, Roger de la, The Crucifixion, with the three Marys and Saint John 

at the foot of the Cross, panel — isJxSJ (L. Harris & Co.), £141 15s. 

45 Baptiste, Flowers in a sculptured vase, on a marble slab — 48x37 (Renton), 

£27 6s. 

46 Kauffman, Lady, in a blue (kess, holding a book — 35JX27J (Renton), £8 8s. 

47 Dutch School. Interior of a Cathedral, with figiires, panel — i8}X24| (Djrs- 

lager), £13 13s. 

48 Lawrence School. Lady, in white dress, standing in a landscape, leaning on a 

pedestal — 29JX 24J (Renton), £16 i6s. 

49 Zucchero School. Gentleman, in black slashed dress, with white lace collar 

and cufEs, holding his sword in his left hand, panel — 36x29 (Renton), 

£11 IIS. 

50 Pesne, Nobleman, in blue dress, with red sash, wearing the Order of the 

Golden Fleece — 59^x44 (Renton), £11 iis. 

51 Wynants, J., Woody landscape, with figures on a sandy road-r-63 x 48 (Ward), 

£42. 

52 Bassano, Adoration of the Magi — 46^ x 38J (Cohen), £9 9s. 

53 Sartorius, F., A racehorse, with jockey up ; and A coaching scene (J. Lewin), 

£14 14s. 

54 Dutch School. River scene, with an old building and figures ; and Boats 

in a breeze, panel (Asscher & Koetser), £4 14s. 6d. 

55 Dyck, Sir A. van, after,Repose of the Holy Family, with angels, by B. Biscaino, 

panel — 19J x 25* (Oyslager), £4 4s. 

56 Early English School. Alexander Mackenzie, Esq., of Ross-shire, in blue coat, 

with white stock; red curtain background — 29JX24J (Wheeler), £ri lis. 

58 Eisen, Angels and cherubs in the clouds, in an oval, with painted gilt frame 

bearing coat-of-arms, and with gilt scrolls with cupids in grisaille ; a 
decorative panel — 61JX34J (Oyslager), £2 2S. , 

59 Murillo, B. E., The feast at Cana — 70x93 (Walton), £52 los. 

60 Marlow, The Bay of Naples — 65J x 107 (Cohen), £9 9s. 

61 Largilliere, N., Equestrian portrait of a Lord Mayor of London, in brown coat, 

with long crimson robe and white cravat, wearing the chain, and holding 
the sword of office in his right hand, seated on a white charger, the trappings 
richly mounted with gold ornamentation of arms, rosettes, and other 
devices — 117JX92J (Bacri), £42. 



Property of the late W. E. Darwin, Esq., ii, Egerton 
Place, S.W. 

DRAWING. 

62 Titian, after. The concert, by A. Falda, 1899 — 29JX33 (Spurn), £3 3s. 

PICTURES. 

63 Lawrence, Sh T, P.R.A., Mrs. Hutchinson, in dark dress, with white frills and 

white head-dress, holding in her left hand a riband from which is suspended 
an eye-glass — 28iX24 (Newson), £189. ' 

64 Lotto, Lorenzo, The judgment of Midas — 26i X 38J (Barclay), £23 2s. 

65 Moretto, Alessandro, The Annunciation : The Virgin, in red and green dress, 

reading from a book, while the Archangel Gabriel appears — i5X2of 
(Morton), £126. 

66 Tintoretto, II, A Venetian senator : in crimson velvet robe lined with ermine, 

over a black dress, leaning on a pedestal, holding an astrolabe in his right 
hand — 40X35J (Dawson), £210. 



138 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

Property of the late Lord Huntingfield, Heveningham 
HaU, Yoxford, Suffolk. 

PICTURES. 

67 Backhuysen, L., The mouth of a river — 23 x 32! (Vicars), £63. 

68 Beerestraaten, I. van, A winter scene : a frozen river, with numerous skaters ; 

on the left stands a church and other buildings — 30 x 46J (Hulton), £25 4s. 

69 Bega, C. P., Village scene : market figures before a cottage, on copper — 12J x 15J 

(EUis), £27 6s. 

70 Borgognone, A cavalry engagement — 24J x 41 J (Hunter), £8 8s. 

71 Brekelenkam, Q., Interior of an apartment : old woman, with her two children 

and a maid, seated near a fire making pancakes ; a large wooden bed with 
curtains in the background, panel — i9|X26i (Peel), £52 los. 

72 Brekelenkam, Q., Interior of a cottage : old man, seated, cleaning fish, and near 

him stand his two children ; beyond, his wife watching a stew-pan, panel — 
l2Xi5i (Hunter), £52 los. 

73 Breughel, P., Landscape, with market figures near a windmill ; and River 

scene, with buildings, boats, and figures, pair, in copper — 4ix6f 
(Carpenter), £8 8s. 

74 Camphuysen, G., Orpheus charming the animals — 44 x 65 (Huggins), £31 los. 

75 Canaletto, B., View on the Grand Canal, Venice ; a pile jutting out into the 

water, near which are five gondolas ; figures on the quay in the foreground — 
24X38J (Wilson), £157 10s. 

76 Cuyp, A., A herdsman and animals, panel — 241x35 (Peel), £840. 

77 Cuyp, A., A frozen river : fisherfolk drawing a net from under the ice ; a 

sportsman with dead game by a tall tree on the left ; a sledge and skaters 
in the distance on the right, panel^ — 19^x29^ (Meagrave), £57 15s. 

78 Cn3^, A., Winter at Dordrecht : view on the frozen river, with the town and 

church on the right ; in the foreground are numerous figures skating and 
sleighing, conspicuous iu the right foreground are two horses, a white 
and a bay, attached to a sleigh ; signed with initials " A.C.," panel — 
13x22^^ (Agnew), £241 los. 

79 Cuyp, A., Skating scene : frozen river, with a large group of figures, horses, 

and sledges by a jetty on the left ; in the distance are skaters, and a sports- 
man shooting at some ducks ; signed with initials '"A. C," panel — 
13 x 22i (Agnew), £189. 

80 Cuyp, A., A river scene, cattle and a dairymaid in the foreground, panel — 

18x21 (Willis), £44 2s, 

81 Dusart, C, Itinerant musicians : an old man with a hurdy-gurdy and a boy 

with a dnmi playing to a group of peasants before the door of an inn, panel — 
13 x iii (WiUis), £52 los. 

82 Ferg, P. F., Hilly landscape, with figiires and boats ; and Forest scene, with 

animals, on copper (Carpenter), £17 17s. 

83 German School. Youth, in dark dress with large fur collar, black cap, panel — 

18 X ui (White), £16 i6s. 

84 German School. An old lady, in brown dress, with white linen head-dress, 

panel — 17J x 14 (White), £12 12s. 

85 Goyen, J. van. View of Leyden, looking across the river, on which are two sail- 

ing boats laden with figures, and a small row-boat with fishermen dra^ving 
their net ; in the centre is a group of cattle standing in the water ; while 
on the further bank, stretched across the picture, is seen the churches and 
buildings of the town ; signed with initials, and dated 1648, panel — 25I x 
37J (Cohen), £892 los. 



Christie's.] June 25, 1915. 139 

86 Goyen, J. van, Castle on a river ; signed with initials, and dated 1643, panel 

15X23J (Field), £210. 

87 Goyen, J. van, A river scene : three fishermen unloading a rowing-boat ; 

behind them a church and other buildings ; in the middle distance a 
sailing-boat with numerous figures, panel — 15x23! (Field), £231. 

88 Haecht, W. van. The Infanta Isabella and Albert, in the Gallery of Com. van 

der Geest, the interior of the gallery of the well-known Antwerp collector, 
with the visitors seated on the right, Vladislas Sigismund de Pologne 
standing by their side, wearing his hat. Among the personages in attend- 
ance are the Princesse de Croy, the Burgomaster Rockocx of Antwerp, 
and the President Richardot. Rubens is seen near a picture by Quentin 
Massys, which the proprietor of the gallery is presenting to their Highnesses. 
Near by are Van Dyck, Jean de Montfort, Gerard Seghers, Jordaens, F. 
Snyders, and a number of others. The gallery is decorated with the arms 
of the owner, and with the device " Vive I'Esprit " (Geest in Flemish). 
Several important pictures adorn the gallery. Signed, and dated 1628, 
panel — 40x53! (Konody), £378. 

89 Heerschop, H. F., The Alchemist : interior of a laboratory, with an alchemist 

seated at a table before a window, weighing coins ; behind him is a youth 
with a bellows blowing a brazier, over which a pot is suspended ; signed, 
eind dated 1665, panel — 17^x22 (Martin), £39 iSs. 

90 Klomp, A., A dairy farm — 31 J x 38 (Hunter), £29 8s. 

91 Klomp, A., Farm scene : cattle, sheep and goats at rest in a paddock — 29 x 37 

(Willis), £29 8s. 

92 Lely, Sir P., Nell Gwynne, in brown and white dress, with blue scarf, oval — 

24iX2oJ (J. Scott), £35 14s. 

93 Ungelbach, J., A seaport : view on the quay, with market-figures ; in the 

centre is a statue of Mercury; signed, and dated 1667 — 33x44^ (Bacon), 
£42. 

94 Marshall, Ben, 1802, Three horses at grass ; and Three horses in a stable, pair — 

39J X 49 (Hope), £47 5s. 

95 Mercier, Ph., The toilet : young lady, in flowered brown jaeket and white lace 

cap, seated on a sofa adjusting her stocking ; an oval portrait of a cavalier 
hanging on the wall behind — 49 x 39 (Field), £73 los. 

96 Meyer, H. de. View of Scheveningen ; the beach at low tide, with numerous 

figures watching the review of a fleet ; the chiirch and buildings seen beyond 
the sand dunes on the left — 43 x 59i (Latter), £68 5s. 

97 Michau, Th., Village scene : market day, with numerous figures and animals ; 

a pond with ducks on the right, panel — 21 J x 34J (Marshall), £16 i6s. 

98 Molenaer, J. M., A village wedding : crowd of peasants before a rustic house, 

where the bridegroom aweiits the coming of the bride — 28J x 4oi (Field), 
£23 2S. 

99 Naia, A. L. and M. le, A peasant family : a peasant, with his wife and two 

children, reposing on the outskirts of a wood ; a group of animals, with a 

castle beyond, on the left — 38JX46 (Albert), £36 15s. 
100 Neefs, P., Interior of a cathedral ; a priest, with a cavalier, and other figures, 

by F. Francks, in the foreground, panel — i8i x 27 (Harley), £25 4s. 
loi Neefs, P., Interior of a church : the nave of a church with priests and figures, 

by F. Francks, panel — 13^x10^ (Asscher & Koetser), £14 14s. 
102 Neer, A. van der, A moonlight scene : on the left bank a church and buildings 

among trees ; in the foreground a barge at anchor ; on the right three 

peasants are conversing ; signed with monogram, and dated 1646, panel — 

33 X48 (Hunter), £367 los. 



140 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

103 Neer, A. van der, Canal scene, Amsterdam — 15^ x 22 (Colnaghi), £252. 

104 Orizonte, Hilly landscape, with classical figures in the foreground — 28 J x 38^ 

(Scrope), £6 6s. 

105 Ostade, A. van, A tavern interior : in the front of the room, before a blue cur- 

tain, two boors are seated at a wooden stool conversing with a friend who 
stands beside them ; in the background, near a window, a woman is seen 
selling tobacco to a peasant who is seated ; signed, and dated 1671, panel — 
17JX 14J (Morton), £262 los. 

106 Ostade, A. van. Smokers : interior of a tavern, with five boors conversing and 

drinking ; a womsm nursing a baby in the background, panel — 14J x 13^ 
(Willijmis), £399. 

107 Palthe, G. J., 1735, A mischievous boy ; and Boys with a candle, pair, panel — 

12J X loj (Pawsey and Payne), £9 9s. 

108 Raffaelle, after. The Madonna of Francis I — 79x53! (Cohen), £9 gs. 

109 Ruysdael, S. van, A river scene : a wide river flowing across the foreground, with 

a village and lofty square tower on the right ; a sailing-barge with numerous 
figures, and various other craft, on the left ; other boats alongside of the 
quay ; signed with initials, and dated 1647, panel — 28 x 44J (Morton), 
£840. 
no Ru3rsdael, S. van, River scene : in front are some fishermen drawing a net, and 
two sailing-boats ; on the left bank some cottages and an old church among 
trees ; signed with initials, and dated 1647, panel — 20^ x 32J (Marshall), 
£525. 

111 Ryckaert, D., Interior of a tavern, boors smoking and drinking — 23jX36i 

(Burslem), £18 i8s. 

112 Schalcken, Girl at a window; and Two boors conversing, on copper (Car- 

penter), £3 3S. 

113 Schiavone, Repose of the Holy Family, panel — iijxisi (Wood), £5 5s. 

114 Steen, Jan, The wedding party : interior of an apartment, on the right the 

bride and bridegroom, the guests assembled round a table on the left, panel — 
2ii X 28 (Amherst), £315. 

115 Teniers, D., Festive boors : three peasants smoking and drinking near a 

barrelled table — i7iX23i (Ford), £210. 

116 Teniers, D., A landscape : peasants at a repast in the foregroimd ; a farm 

in the middle distance, and ^ church among trees on the right ; a river with 
boats on the left, panel — 19J x 25 (Nichols), £29 8s. 

117 Teniers, D., Boors before a cottage ; moonlight, panel, 6J x SJ (Smith), £15 15s. 

118 Terburg, Constantine, Lady peeling an apple : lady, in yellow bodice and grey 

skirt, seated by a table, on which is a dish of fruit, peeling an apple ; a child 
stands behind, looking up, panel — 14 x iij (Field), £147. 

119 Tilborch, G. van. Courtyard of a castle; officers and soldiers refreshing and 

card-playing — 33x46} (Meadows), £63. 

120 Tilborch, G. van, A village feast : peasants and children seated before an inn, 

merrymaking ; signed, and dated, 1659 — 28}X35 (Wise), £29 8s. 

121 Tol, D. van, Old lady, reading a book ; and A philosopher, sharpening a quill 

pen, pair — i2|xiol (Willis), £14 14s. 

122 Toorenvliet, Studio, with an artist painting from life, panel — 11^x8 (Hunter), 

£23 2S. 

123 Vemet, H., Rocky bay scene : on the left, market figures on a quay, off which is 

a boat ; beyond, a lighthouse ; in the foreground a fisherman, woman, and 
child ; signed, and dated 1768 — 47I x66i (Bacri), £86 2S. 

124 Vemet, H., Sunrise ; and Sunset : bay scenes, with buildings, shipping, and 

figures, pair — 25 x 39 (Matthews), £105. 



Christie's.] July i and 2, 1915. 141 

125 Vinci, Leonardo da, after, La Vierge aux Rochers, panel — 641x44} (Cohen), 

£89 5S. 

126 VTieger, S. de. Mouth of a river : man-of-war firing a salute ; other Dutch 

craft and a small row-boat with figures in the foreground ; a town in the 
distance — 38JX 53J (Wyatt), £63. 

127 Vlieger, S. de. Beach at Scheveningen : scene at low tide, with two horsemen and 

fisherfolk, panel — 22J x 34} (White), £52 10s. 

128 Vlieger, S. de, Mouth of a river : sailing-boats, men-of-war, and small craft in 

front, panel — i6x2ij (Agnew), £42. 

129 Vliet, H. C. van der. Interior of a cathedral : the nave of the church, with a 

minister conversing with a grave-digger ; a cavalier, with his dog, on the 
right ; children and other figures on the left — 43 x 50 (Gimn), £105. 

130 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., after, Blindman's Bufi ; and The blind fiddler, pair — 

13JX16J (Payne), £4 145. 6d. 

131 Wouverman, P., Return from the chase : cavaliers, ladies, with their atten- 

dants and horses at the entrance to a chateau, panel — 19 x 26 {Wells),£52 los. 

132 Wynants, J., Landscape, with horseman and figures on a sandy road, panel — 

5ix7i(Childs),£2i. 

133 Ziiccarelli, F., R.A., Nymphs bathing — 26f X40 (Blakeman), £31 los. 

134 Zuccarelli, F., R.A., Landscape: figures and cattle by a pool — 26IX40 

(Blakeman), £27 6s. 



July I and 2, 191 5. Christie's. 

The Collection of Pictures by Old Masters of the late 
Charles T. D. Crews, Esq., D.L., J. P., F.S.A., 41, Portman 
Square, W., and Billingbear Park, Berks. 

PICTURES. 
Dutch and Flemish Schools. 

1 Angelis, P., Market figures : lady and gentleman, and three market figures 

with baskets of fruit and vegetables in a landscape — 21 x i8| (Agnew), 
£8 8s. 

2 Brauwer, A., A toper : peasant, seated, holding a bowl and a jug ; behind, 

four boors conversing; panel, oval — 5jx6i (Bandium), £5 15s. 6d. 

3 Brauwer, A., The glass of wine : peasant woman seated at a table, holding 

a glass of wine ; near her is a peasant with a jug, panel — 8 x 6 (Van 
Stockhem), £14 14s. 

4 Berchem, A., A landscape ; travelling peasants and animals going towards 

a castle, panel — 13^ x 16 (Asschu & Koetscheu), £3 13s. 6d. 

5 Both, J. and A., An Italian landscape, with horseman and peasants — 23J x 28^ 

(Agnew), £63. 

6 Brakenburg, R., Village singers : peasants, outside an iim, listening to a 

peasant and peasant woman singing — 19} x 19J (Roe), £11 iis. 

7 Brakenburg, R., A jovial party : apartment, with ladies and gentlemen 

engaged in drinking, smoking, and singing ; signed, and dated 1690 — 
i2ix 15} (Colnaghi), £25 4s. 

8 Brekelenkam, Q., Interior of an apartment : in the centre a woman seated, 

cutting the hair of a boy who rests his head on her lap ; a girl stands on 
the right before an open window ; on the wall, in tht- backgroimd, hangs 
a map, picture, and a small cupboard with utensils, panel — 18x24^ 
(Cohiaghi), £35 14s. 



142 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

9 Brekelenkam, Q., A lace-maker : woman, in red dress and white apron, seated 
in an apartment before an open window making lace, panel — 16 X izj 
(Holland), £31 los. 

10 Breughel, V., Adoration of the Magi : the Virgin and Child seated beneath a 

pent-house, the Magi and their following in the foreground, on copper — 
10x13 (Holland), £9 gs. 

11 Breughel, V., The procession to Calvary : Our Saviour, with Saint Veronica, 

emd numerous other figures, on copper — 5JX7 (Grace), £5 5s. 

12 Camphuysen, A landscape : a chateau seen through trees, figures in the 

foreground, panel — 19X28J (Cari)enter), £13 13s. 

13 Cappelle, J. van der. Off Scheveningen : view on the coast, with figures 

disembarking from a boat in the foreground ; beyond, a stranded boat 
and figures ; a man-of-war and sailing boats on the left — 28^ x 33J 
(Colnaghi), £1,050. 

14 Cappelle, J. van der, Winter scene : frozen river, with numerous boats and 

figures, panel — 14JX11 (Colnaghi), £120 15s. 

15 Cuyp, A., Mountainous Ijmdscape, in the foregroimd a herdsman with three 

cows at the edge of a river ; beyond is a castle upon a height ; on the 
left are figures in a boat on a lake — 40 x 35 J (Carpenter), £7 7s. 

16 Dou, The parents of Gerard Dou, pair, in one frame, on metal, oval — 4iX3i 

(Parsons), £34 13s. 

17 Eeckhout, G. van den, A Rabbi, in dark dress, and cap trimmed with fur 

resting his hand upon a book — 27I x 24 (Martin), £54 12s. 

18 Eeckhout, G. van den. Adoration of the shepherds ; on the left, under the 

light of a lantern, are the Infant Saviour, with the Virgin and Saint 
Joseph ; the shepherds enter the door of the stable on the right — 18J X 23^ 
(Martin), £31 los. 

19 Eeckhout, G. van den. Card-players : cavaliers and a soldier playing cards 

and drinking — 16 x 13^^ (Clark), £44 2S. 

20 Fabritius, Karel, Ruth and Naomi — 34iX27| (Buttery), £210. 

21 Fyt, Jan, Dogs and dead game : a dead deer, boar, and birds guarded by three 

dogs — 48x66 (Banduin), £17 17s. 

22 Fyt, Jan, Flowers and dead game : a dead hare, duck, with flowers, fruit, 

and objects of still-life on a slab — 43 x 33 (Spielmann), £56 14s. 

23 Fyt, Jan, A dog and dead hare, panel — 18x24 (S. T. Smith), £4 14s. 6d. 

24 Goyen, J. van. View of Leyden : in the foreground sailing-boats, and two 

row-boats laden with figures ; cattle watering on the left ; the churches 
and buildings of the town on the farther bank ; signed with initials, and 
dated 1653, panel — i7iX3ot (Colnaghi), £189. 

25 Goyen, J. van, A river scene : a ferry-boat laden with cattle and figures ; 

other boats along a sandy bank.on which are houses among trees — 27i X 35i 
(Blaker), £94 los. 

26 Goyen, J. van, A landscape : an old cottage on a mound by a winding road ; 

three figures on the left, panel — 19 x 27i (Willis), £44 2s. 

27 Goyen, J. van, A sandy road : landscape, with a group of peasants on a 

motmd, panel — iiix2ij (Lewis), £21. 

28 Goyen, J. van. River scene : chateau on a river, with windmill and boats ; 

and A river scene, with a ferry-boat and other boats, pair — 9ixi6 
(Colnaghi), £36 15s. 

29 Hals, Dirk, The concert : three ladies, gaily attired in rich costumes, seated 

round a table, singing, panel — 16X13J (Hanbury), £37 i6s. 

30 Heda, W. C, Still-life : A pewter wine-jug and glasses, with a crab and 

grapes, on a table, panel — 28J x 38J (Asscher & Co.), £35 143. 



Chrisiie's.] July r and 2, 1915. 143 

31 Heist, B. van der, Lady in white dress, her hair dressed with a white veil, 

and with a black scarf over her shoulders ; pearl necklace and jewel 
ornaments; signed, and dated 1654 — saixzgj (Ellis), £94 los. 

32 Heyden, J. van der. View in a Dutch town, an avenue, with buildings and 

church in the background, panel — 15^ x 19 (Colnaghi), £162 15s. 

33 Heyden, J. van der, An archway, panel — 11 x loj^ (Colnaghi), £32 10s. 

34 Hoecgeest, G. van. Tomb of the Prince of Orange : interior of the cathedral 

at Delft, with a group of figures standing before the monumental tomb 
of the Prince, panel — 20 x 16J (Sulby), £30 9s. 

35 Janssens, C, Lady in black silk dress, with large lace collar and pink bow, 

wide sleeves with white lace frills — 26f x 24 (Smith), £152 5s. 

36 Jardin, K. du. Peasants, with a horse and sheep — i4fxi2j (Van Duren), 

£13 2S. 6d. 

37 Jordaens, J., Adoration of the shepherds : the Virgin seated, holding the 

sleeping Infant; on the right three peasants look on — 49x35 (Parsons), 
£18 18s. 

38 Jordaens, J., Gentleman in black dress, with white undersleeves and wide 

collar, holding a scroll in his right hand, flowing hair — 40 x 31J (Holzapfel), 
£23 2S. 

39 Jordaens, J., A satyr with fruit : a bearded man, with a foliage wreath on 

his head holding a basket of fruit ; a woman on the right — 42 x zSi (Cohen), 
£13 13s. 

40 Kalf, W., Interior of a shed, vegetables and culinary utensils in the foregroimd, 

panel — 13JX11 (Warner), £6 6s. 

41 Keyser, Th. de, Lady in a black dress over a red skirt, with white ruff and 

cap, walking in a landscape, panel — 25JX20 (Buttery), £115 los. 

42 Koning, Ph. de. An extensive view overlooking a river, with a town in the 

middle distance, cattle in the foreground — 16JX22J (Leech), £52 los. 

43 Lingelbach, J., Hilly river scene : figures and horses towing a boat — 34J x 40 

(Holzapfel), £8 8s. 

44 Maes, N., The rtince of Orange when a child, in classical dress, seated in a 

goat-chaise holding a whip ; signed, and dated 1667 — 28J x 23J (Levin), 
£44 25. 

45 Neefs, P., Interior of a cathedral, looking down the nave, with numerous 

figures, panel — 15 x 19J (Holland), £31 los. 

46 Netscher, G., Gentleman in brown dress and red cloak, with flowing hair — 

i8ix 14J (Asscher & Co.), £31 los. 

47 Mieris, The toilet : a lady, in yellow bodice and black skirt, before a table, 

attended by a negro maid, panel — i2f x loj (Hanbury), £63. 

48 Mignon, A., Fruit : grapes, peaches, and pumpkin, in a stone niche, panel — • 

14! xiij (Asscher & Co.), £12 12s. 

49 Neer, A. van der. Winter scene — daylight : view looking down a frozen 

river ; through some trees on the right a snow-clad village with a church 
in the centre ; in the foreground a group of figures, and men playing 
golf ; in the distance numerous skaters and sledges — 2o| x 24 (Colnaghi), 
£1,102 lOS. 

50 Neer, A. van der, River scene — ^moonlight : the edge of a river, with two 

peasants conversing near some fallen timber ; on the left a village among 
trees, and in the distance a windmill and sailing boats — 20x27 (Leggatt), 

£105- 

51 Neer, A. van der, A winter scene : view of flooded country, with figures and 

skaters on the ice ; a town and two churches on the right ; signed with 
monogram, and dated 1662 — 114x15} (Colnaghi), £241 los. 



144 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

52 Neer, A. van der, Sunset : a river scene, with cattle, windmill, and boats — 

ioJxi3f (W. Carpenter), £21. 

53 Neer, van der, A moonlight scene : a woody river with barge, panel — 7 x 10} 

(W. Carpenter), £8 8s. 

54 Neer, van der. Frozen river scene : a town on a river, with sledges and 

numerous figures on the ice, panel — iSJ x 24! (Weeks), £36 15s. 

55 Ochtervelt, J., Courtyard of a chateau : a coach, at the door of which 

is a lady with a female attendant, whilst a page, in red costume, is 
playing with two dogs ; on the left are three cavaliers conversing — 25 x 31J 
(Linford), £136 los. 

56 Ostade, A. van. Exterior of a village tavern : peasants are smoking and 

drinking ; a man plays the bagpipes to children round the door, panel — 
i7}x 18J (Paget), £262 los. 

57 Ostade, A. van, A peasant-woman, in black bodice, with white chemisette 

and white cap — 6 x 4I (Evans), £8 8s. 

58 Ostade, Interior, two peasants and a peasant woman conversing, panel — 

11x9 (Cohen), £9 gs. 

59 Ostade, I, van. Interior of a bam : peasants before a fire, a horse with a groom 

in the background, panel — 17x23 (Slater), £10 los. 

60 Palamedes, A., A musical party : interior of an apartment,' with eight cavaliers, 

and ladies with musical instruments about a table, singing and conversing, 
panel — i8i x 24J (Lindlar), £48 6s. 

61 Poelenburgh, C. van, Landscape with ruins, three figures in the foreground, 

panel— 7|X9| (Evans), £5 13s. 6d. 

62 Pynaker, A., A woody river : under some trees several boats, the foremost 

being laden with timber ; a group of cavaliers and ladies occupy a boat 
behind, panel — 20X16J (J. Glen), £17 17s. 

63 Ruysdael, J. van, A rocky waterfall, a castle on a height to the left — 39 x 33i 

(Poole), £iro 5s. 

64 Ruysdael, J. van, A bleaching ground : two old cottages near a stream, with 

a windmill on the right, panel — 20X2W (Buttery), £60 183. 

65 Ruysdael, S. van. On the road to Haarlem ; signed with initials, and dated 

1647, panel— 30JX 43 (Wallis), £399. 

66 Ruysdael, S. van, A wide river, panel — 7J x 10 (Colnaghi), £39 i8s. 

67 Sorgh, H. M., An interior, two peasants seated at a stool, one holding a glass 

and the other lighting his pipe, panel — 14x17* (Van Duren), £16 16s. 

68 Steen, Jan, An interior : a peasant, in a red costume and a loose brown cloak, 

is seated, holding a glass of wine, and turns to a woman by his side holding 
a pipe and a jug ; in the background are a musician and another man 
before a fire ; a woman appears from behind a curtain on the right — 
22ixi9 (Clark), £399. 

69 Steen, Jan, Brawl in a tavern : two boors fighting, while a young woman 

and an old dame endeavour to separate them, panel — 14J x igj (Goud- 
stikker), £441. 

70 Steen, Jan, A musical party : a man. in red and yellow dress, seated at a 

table playing a flageolet ; on the right a peasant is seated, singing, and 
behind the table three other figiires join in the song — 19^x24* (Harley), 

£33 I2S. 

71 Steen, Jan, A smoker : a peasant, in brown jacket and red cap, sits at a 

table, filling his pipe — 8Jx6J (Glen), £84. 

72 Stoop, Dirk, The farrier : landscape, with horsemen and figures before a forge, 

panel — 22i x 27 (Spielmann), £26 5s. 

73 Storck, A., River scenes, with men-of-war and other boats (Rosten), £7 7s. 



Christie's.] July i and 2, 1915. 145 

74 Sustermans, J., Knight of Santiago, in black embroidered dress, with the 

Cross of the Order woven in front, black steel gorget, large white rufi — 
31 X 24i (Lindear), £13 13s. 

75 Sustermans, Lady in black dress, with white lace collar and blue bows — 

28 X 23 (Saville), £11 os. 6d. 

76 Teniers, D., The concert : an interior, with three i)easants at a table playing 

and singing, panel — gj x 7 (Evans), £23 2S. 

77 Teniers, D., The alchemist : a man, with a pair of bellows, before a fire, other 

figures in the background, panel — 9x7 (Clanricarde), £48 6s. 

78 Tol, D. van, A woman at a window — lamplight ; panel, arched top — 9 x 6} 

(Warner), £6 6s. 

79 Dyck, Sir A. van, The mother of Sustermans, in black dress, with small brown 

buttons, large white ruff, her right hand resting on her dress — 27IX21J 
(Esconflaire), £68 5s. 

80 Dyck, Sir A. van, Gentleman in dark dress and cloak with small white coIIm, 

with his hands clasped in prayer before a crucifix, panel — 24^ x 18J 
(Holland), £22 is. 

81 Dyck, Sir A. van, A hawking party of cavaliers and ladies, on horseback, 

panel — 12! xiqJ (Asscher & Co.), £31 los. 

82 Dyck, Sir A. van, Christ and His Disciples at the gate of the temple, panel — 

15 X 14J (Parsons), £5 15s. 6d. 

83 Dyck, van. Portrait of a cavalier, in grisaille, panel — 9J x 7J (Colnaghi), 

£22 IS. 

84 Velde, A. van de. Cattle and sheep in a landscape, panel — 10 X 8J (Esconflaire), 

£10 lOS. 

85 Velde, W. van de, A storm : view oS a rocky coast, with boats — i8|x27j 

(Asscher), £10 los. 

86 Vliet, H. C. van der. Interior of a cathedral, in the foreground a cavalier 

and a lady near a man opening a grave — 20J x 24J (Spielmann), £13 13s. 

87 Weenix, Jan, Dead game and implements of the chase ; signed, and dated 

1703 — 45 J X 38 (Buttery), £162 15s. 

88 Weenix, J. B., The halt of a hunting party : landscape, with sportsman OD 

a white horse, with attendants and dogs, panel — 36 x 49 (Owen), £48 6s. 

89 Wouverman, Jan, A hilly landscape : peasant woman on a rustic bridge om 

the right — 14X 20J (Holzapfel), £5 5s. 

90 Wouverman, P., A peasants' fete : on the bamk of the river a company of 

peasants near some old sheds, seated watching two of their number who 
are dancing to the music of a hurdy-gurdy, panel — 13! x 17J (Colnaghi), 
£42. 

91 Wouverman, A stream: horseman, anglers, and other figures, panel — 11JX9 

(Cohiaghi), £23 2S. 

92 Zeeman, R., Harbour scene, with men-of-war, and boats under repair on the 

left ; in the centre a small row-boat with figures ; in the background the 
buildings of the town; stormy sky — 21X29 (Colnaghi), £47 5s. 
British Schools. 

93 Beechey, Sir W., R.A., Duchess of York, in white muslin dress, with blue 

scarf, and blue riband in her hair, seated with her arms folded on her 
lap; architectural and landscape background — 33iX27j (Walford), 
£105. 

94 Constable, J., R.A., Ploughing — 7J x 12J (Laurence), £23 2S. 

95 Constable, J., R.A., Farm-cart on a sandy road, panel — 8^x11 (Muggins), 

£68 5s. 



146 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

96 Cosway, R., R.A., Two ladies in a landscape : a lady, in white dress, seated 

beneath a tall tree ; by her side stands another lady, in brown dress — 
49iX39i (Leggatt), £68 5s. 

97 Cox, D., A shed, with a peasant and cattle, panel — lojx 15 (Goodcn & Fox), 

£23 2S. 

98 Crome, J., A forest scene : outskirts of a wood, with cottage, and two peasants 

on a road — 10 x 12J (Sampson), £16 i6s. 

99 Dobson, W., The artist and his family : the painter, in black dress, with 

cloak over his arm, seated on the left facing his wife, who wears a rich 
black costmne and large hat ; beyond is their young son, in red satin dress 
and cap ; architectural and landscape background — 40 x 54 (Savile), 
£47 5s. 

100 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Edward Richard Gardiner, the nephew of the painter, 

when a boy, in grey dress with white collar ; an unfinished portrait — 
i4i X 12J (Colnaghi), £147. 

101 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Landscape : a rough road by a side of a pool, near 

which stands a ruined castle among trees — 15JX21 (Leggatt), £39 i8s. 

102 Good, T. S., Examining the sword, panel — izi x loj (Sampson), £14 14s. 

103 Ibbetson, J. C, 1790, Valley scene : hilly road, with figures and cattle, panel — 

16x24 (Sampson), £15 15s. 

104 Ibbetson, J. C, Landscape, with a donkey and cart — 5 x 7j (Sampson), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

105 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., The daughters of Colonel Cartaret Hardy : the 

elder girl, Sarah, in purple velvet dress cut low at the neck, with short 
sleeves, and with a brown cloak lined with yellow falling across her knees, 
is seated on a couch with her hands clasped on the shoulder of her sister 
Charlotte, who is seated by her side, wearing a white muslin dress and mauve 
sash, and a string of coral beads around her neck ; architectural, curtain, 
and landscape background — 49^ x 39J (Colnaghi & Obach), £5,460. 

106 Lely, Sir P., Lady in brown decollete dress, with striped scarf, a pearl neck- 

lace round her neck, oval — 23^x183 (Evans), £35 14s. 

107 Morland, G., Hilly landscape : valley scene, with peasants on a white horse 

by a stream, panel — gjxiij (Gooden & Fox), £48 6s. 

108 Morland, G., Two dogs : a bulldog and a collie near a kennel — 1 1 J x 14* 

(Gooden & Fox), £16 i6s. 

109 Morland, G., Sportsman, with dogs ; a man on horseback, with two pointers, 

panel — 11JX144 (Evans), £23 2S. 
no Morland, Peasant, with a dog, panel ; and Head of a girl, by T. Faed, R.A., 
oval (Slazenger), £16 i6s. 

111 Morland, H., Boy, in brovsni coat, with crimson vest, and large black hat, 

holding a guinea-pig, oval — 28 x 24 (Robinson & Farr), £105. 

112 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Young girl, in white dress cut low at the neck, and 

fastened in front with jewels, blue sash, wearing a loose blue cape lined 
with white ; white feather in her hair ; leaning her right elbow on 
pedestal — 28x23 (Leggatt), £157 los. 

113 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Lady, in white decollete dress adorned with pearls, 

and with brown scarf, holding a white ostrich feather in her right hand — • 
39i X 24J (Leggatt), £71 8s. 

114 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R..A., Sir Robert Fletcher, in scarlet military uniform 

with gold braid and epaulette, white cravat, oval — 28 x 23 (Leggatt), 

£110 5S. 

115 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., Head of Dr. Samuel Johnson, with red costume, 

a sketch — 14x12 (Evans), £11 iis. 



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116 Roberts, D., R.A., Interior of a cathedral — iif X2oJ (Mitchell), £6 6s. 

117 Romney, G., Nathaniel Dance, R.A., in brown coat, showing a yellow and 

brown striped vest, and white stock ; powdered hair tied with a black 
riband — 29^x24^ (Leggatt), £24i'5 15s. 

118 Scott, S., St. Paul's Cathedral from the river, with State barge and other 

boats — 14JX27I (Pawsey & Payue), £27 6s. 

119 Stark, J., A landscape : two peasants with a donkey on a sandy road under 

some trees, panel — iijxi6 (Lega;att), £84. 

120 Vincent, G., 1830, A roadside cottage ; a peasant family and two donkeys, 

panel — 2oi x 27J (Leggatt), £37 16s. 

121 Wilkie, Sir D., R.A., The post-boy — 11JX15 (Sampson), £14 14s. 

French and Spanish Schools. 

122 Boucher, F.., A pastoral : youth, in red dress, seated, coquetting with a 

young girl, who wears a blue and yellow costume ; on the left is a laden 
ass and three sheep ; on the right, near a ruined tower, are two cows and 
some utensils — 32J x 26 (Wodehouse), £252. 

123 Boucher, Two nymphs, with sheep, in a landscape — 8J x laj (Hughes), 

£10 lOS. 

124 Fouchier, B. de. Masquerade figures : interiors, with figures dancing and 

merry-making, pair — loj x r4j (Grant), £12 12s. 

125 Fragonard, J. H., Flight : a lady, in white dress, running from a youth — 

2i}xi8J (Glen), £54 12s. 

126 French School. The fortune-teller ; and The guitar player, pair — 24 X 23 

(Agnew), £94 los. 

127 Greuze, Head of a girl, in brown dress, with white fichu and cap — 17J x 14^ 

(Agnew), £22 IS. 

128 School of Janet. Marie de Lorraine, in rich dress ; and A lady as " The Mag- 

dalen," in jewelled dress Jind cap, holding a vase, panel (L. Harin & Co.), 
£52 lOS. 

129 Largilliere, N., Gentleman, in green coat, with flowered vest and red cloak — 

3ii X 24i (Smee), £23 2s. 

130 Michel, E., The old mill — i8|X23 (Leggatt), £16 i6s. 

131 Mignard, P., Lady, in blue dress trimmed wth fur, and with brown scarf, 

oval — 28£x22f (Lindlar), £14 14s. 

132 Murillo, B. E., Figures at a repast, in a landscape — 19J x 29J (Esconflaire), 

£21. 

133 Murillo, B. E., The Nativity : the Virgin and Saint Joseph adoring the Infant 

Saviour ; two angels above bearing a scroll, on marble — 14 x 12J (Hughes), 

£12 I2S. 

134 Nain, A. L. and M. le, A peasant woman and her children : six figures listening 

to two of their number playing musical instruments, on copper— 7J x gi 
(Martin), £162 15s. 

135 Nattier, J. M., Cardinal Fleury, in black ecclesiastical costume, with white 

lawn bands, seated in a chair, over the £u-m of which is an ermine cloak ; 
he rests his right hand upon a book ; in the background a clock, globe, 
and a bookshelf — 54^ x 43^ (Mrs. Lebus), £52 los. 

136 Robert, H., Roman ruins, pair — 12JX loj (Owen), £27 6s. 

137 Tobar, Don Alonso de. The Good Shepherd : the Saviour, in a landscape, 

wearing a long red cloak, holding a banner in His left hand, and in His 
right some wheat-ears from which sheep are feeding — 73 x 55 (Gooden 
and Fox), £3 13s. 6d. 

138 Troy, F. de. Lady, in blue dress, with red scarf— 31 x 24J (Robbins), £16 i6s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



German School. 

139 Dietricy, C. W. E., Adoration of the shepherds : interior of a stable, with the 

Holy Family on the right ; other figures, with a lantern beyond ; signed, 
and dated 1755 — 2o| x 28 (Agnew), £21. 

140 Holbein, Lady, in black dress, with jewelled girdle and black sleeves ; her 

head covered by a white linen coif ; holding a carnation in her right hand 
and a string of coral beads in her left; panel, arched top — 14^x10 
(Malton), £157 los. 

PICTURES. 
Italian Schools. 

141 School of Fra Angelico. A triptych : in the upper part of the centre panel the 

Virgin and Child enthroned with four saints, while below is the Nativity ; 
the \\'ings represent scenes from the Life of Christ, and Saint Jerome ; 
panel, centrepiece — I5jx7f (Owen), £11 os. 6d. 

142 Bellotto, B., Piazza del Popula, Rome : the obelisk and fountain, with figures 

in the foreground — 23J x 37J (Leggatt), £73 los. 

143 School of Botticelli. The Annunciation : the Virgin, seated under a colon- 

nade, turning to the j^Angel Gabriel, who stands before her, panel — 
iij X 16J (Owen), £16 i6s. 

144 Bronzino, A., Young man, in black dress, and cap with white feather, his 

left hand upon his hip, and holding a book in his right hand ; architectural 
background, panel — 38J x 28 (Smith), £63. 

145 Canaletto, A., View in Lucca : a square in the town, with church and figures — 

19J X 27J (Agnew), £94 los. 

146 Caparma, P., Adoration of the Magi, panel — yi x 14 (Owen), £31 los. 

147 Conegliano, Cima di. Madonna and Child enthroned with saints : the Virgin, 

in red and blue dress, seated with a book, holding the Infant Saviour ; 
on the right Saint John, on the opposite side Mary Magdalen, panel — 
15 X 22 (Colnaghi), £39 i8s. 

148 Croce, G. da Santa, Madonna and Child, with saints : the Madonna, en- 

throned, holding the Infant Saviour ; on the right Saint Roch, and on the 
opposite side Saint Sebastian, bound to a column, panel — 15 x 21 (Martin), 

£25 4S. 

149 Domenichino, Fame and Victory — 28J x 22J (Hughes), £6 6s. 

150 Sassoferrato, Madonna and Child : the Virgin, in blue and red dress, bending 

over the sleeping Infant, oval — 14x16* (Hughes), £10 10s. 

151 Sassoferrato, Adoration of the Shepherds : the Virgin kneels in adoration 

before the Infant Saviour, while the shepherds reverently look on, arched 
top— 14x12* (Wright), £8 8s. 

152 Fiorenti, Nello, The Annunciation : the two wings of a triptych joined together 

to form one panel — 33x25 (Wright), £11 iis. 

153 Fiorentino, Pier Freincesco, Madonna and Child with angels : the Virgin, in 

red dress, with green cloak, seated before a ledge holding the Infant Saviour 
on her lap ; on her right is the infant Saint John ; on the left an angel in 
adoration holding a lily ; the background composed of briar-roses, panel — 
24i X i8i (Dunthome), £131 5s. 

154 Florentine School. The Annunciation : the Virgin, in green cloak, kneeling 

at a desk and turning to the angel, who appears before her, panel — 31J x 2r 
(Smith), £35 14s. 

155 Florentine School. Madonna and Child enthroned with saints : the Virgin, 

holding the Infant Saviour, with Saint John and three other saints ; panel, 
arched top — 2ijxi4i (Van Stockem), £10 los. 



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156 Florentine School. Figiires in a garden, between two buildings, the front 

of a cassone — 17x46 (Carfax), £27 6s. 

157 Ghirlandaio, Domenico, Head of Frans Acoltus, the famous lawj'er, in red 

gown, panel — isJxiii (Hughes), £21. 

158 Guardi, F., Street in Venice : narrow street leading to an archway, with 

figures; a lamp hamging from a beam in the centre — SfxiiJ (Page), 
£94 los. 

159 Guardi, F., Courtyard of a palace, a round tower on the right, and figures 

by a colonnade on the left, panel — 7^x5! (.\gnew), £141 15s. 
i5o Guardi, View on the Giudecca, Venice : the Church of the Redentore, with 
boat and gondolas — iif xi7i (Page), £136 los. 

161 Guardi, Piazetta of St. Mark's, looking towards the Island of San Giorgio 

Maggiore ; numerous figures in the foreground — gf x 16J (Owen), 
£52 los. 

162 Imola, Innocenzo da. The Holy Family : the Virgin, holding the Infant 

Saviour; behind is Saint Joseph, panel — 15^x13^ (Spero), £7 7s. 

163 Italian School. Saint Martin, upon a white charger, is in the act of dividing 

his cloak with the beggar, panel — 48i x 34J (Spero), £78 15s. 

164 Italian School. Madonna and Child enthroned with two saints — 19X13I 

(Pyke), £5 53. 

165 Lanzani, Polidoro, Madonna and Child : the Virgin and the Infant Saviour 

seated in a landscape, with the infant Saint John holding a lamb before 
them — 13JX22 (Spero), £42. 

166 Marieschi, M., View in \'enice : a canal with a bridge, and buildings on either 

bank — 10X13J (Page), £52 ros. 

167 Palmezzano, Marco, Madorma and Child : the Virgin, in red and blue dress, 

seated, holding the Infant SaN-iour, landscape backgroimd ; signed on a 
cartellino, on the marble slab, and dated 1516 — 46 J x 32 (Colnaghi), 
£78 15s. 

168 Pannini, P., Roman ruins — 29! x 42 J (Robinson & Fsirr), £17 17s. 

169 Parmigiano, The Madonna and Child, in an architectural frame inlaid with 

marble, panel — 6i x 5J (Spero), £14 14s. 

170 Raphael, Virgin and Child : the Madonna, in red dress and blue scarf, looking 

down at the Child who lies on a bed in front ; in her hand she holds a 
veil, panel — 38JX30J (Spero), £110 5s. 

171 Rosa, Salvator, A bishop, in episcopal robes, wearing mitre, and holding a 

crosier in his right hand ; an open book on the left — 50* x 37f (Hall), 
£33 I2S. 

172 Solario, Madonna and Child with St. Anne, panel — 8x6J (Holland), £32 lis. 

173 Sarto, A. del, Madonna and Child : the Virgin, in red and blue dress, holding 

the Infant Saviour, panel — 27}X2oJ (Mrs. Roberts), £22 is. 

174 School of Del Sarto. Beheading of Saint John the Baptist : the saint kneels 

in the centre, the executioner is seen on the right ; Salome kneels in front, 
holding a salver — 7X17J (Carfax), £46 4s. 

175 Schiavone, A., Birth of Saint John : the infant is being attended by three 

maids ; Saint Elizabeth on a couch in the background ; other figures 
round a table on the right, panel — 10JX29I (Paul), £33 12s. 

176 Schiavone, A., Meeting of Abraham and Melchisedek, panel — 7J x 12J (Wright), 

£3 3S- 

177 Tiepolo, G. B., Saint Augustine celebrating Mass — 22JX13I (Douglas), 

£89 5S. 

178 Tiepolo, G. B., Saint John preaching — 12 x i6} (Sabin), £27 6s. 

179 Tiepolo, G. B., An archway, with saints — 22I x 12} (Van Stockem), £9 19s. 6d. 



I50 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

180 Tintoretto, Il.Antonio Zantani, in yellow dress.with red cloak over his shoulders, 

panel — laxgt (Smith), £92 8s. 

181 Veronese, C, Madonna and Child, with Saint Catherine on the left, Saint 

Elizabeth and Saint John on the right — 21JX29J (Owen), £13 13s. 

182 Flemish School. A triptych : in the centre, the Virgin enthroned with the 

Infant Saviour ; on the dexter wing the donor kneels in prayer ; while 
on the sinister wing his wife appears in the same attitude ; panel, centre- 
piece — 3oiX2iJ (Smith), £157 los. 

183 Bouts, D., Moses and the burning bush ; and Gideon and the fleece ; two 

narrow volets or shutters of an altar-piece put together to form a single 
panel ; on the left, Moses, in blue robe and red mantle, uplifts his hands 
in reverence, as the Lord calls to him from the wondrous bush ; Gideon, 
on the right, wearing a coat of mail, covered by a jazerant coat, with a 
grey mantle, kneels and gazes upwards at the angel to whom he acknow- 
ledges the token conveyed to him by the Miracl" of the Fleece ; a hilly 
river scene with buUdings in the background, panel — 28X15J (L. Harris 
and Co.), £546. 

184 School of Brabant. The Virgin and Child with Saint Philippe and the donor, 

Sir Pliilippe Hinckaert ; on the right appear the arms of the donor, panel 
— 25i X 28J (Glen), £84. 

185 School of Brabant. The Crucifixion : Christ on the Cross, with the crucified 

thieves on either side ; below, the Virgin, in green dress, supported by 
Saint John, while the Marys look on in angiush, panel — 25^ x 28J 
(L. Harris & Co.), £50 8s. 

186 Hemessen, Jan van. Madonna and Child : the Virgin, in blue dress, with 

flowing red cloak, seated in a landscape under a tall tree, holding the 
Infant Saviour, Who has a bunch of grapes in His outstretched right hand ; 
hilly country behind, panel — -495 x 38 (Parsons), £21. 

187 School of Leyden. The Descent from the Cross, panel — i7Xi3i (Glen), 

£73 I OS. 

188 School of Lorraine. Ecce Homo : Christ, with a guard, standing on some 

steps before the priests, and other figures, panel — 20x13! (Martin), 
£52 lOS. 
l8g School of Ouwater. Madorma and Child enthroned, with saints : the Virgin, 
in crimson gown over a yellow-flowered dress, is seated beneath a canopy, 
holding the Infant Saviour on her lap ; on the right Saint John, and on 
the left Saint Barbara ; the donor and his wife kneel in adoration in the 
foreground, panel — 29} x 33 (.\sscher & Co.), £42. 

190 School of Westphalia. The Annunciation : interior of an apartment, with 

the Angel Gabriel appearing to the Virgin, who, wearing a white-figured 
dress and dark flowing gown, kneels at a prayer-desk upon which is an 
open book ; through a window is seen a vista of a winding river, with the 
Almighty in the clouds above ; the Holy Ghost, in the form of a dove, 
appears above the Virgin, panel — 17J x 14 (Martin), £546. 

191 Ysenbrant, A., Lady, in back dress trimmed with white fur, with white 

chemisette and white cap, holding a ch*in of coral beads — 14J x loj 
(Spero), £42. 

OLD PICTURES. 

192 Astronomy ; A gentleman, after Van Dyck ; and two others (Andrada). £6. 

193 Children with a squirrel ; and Saint Catherine, panel (Carpenter), £5 5s. 

194 Barker, B., Italian landscape, with figures at a well — 68J x 100 (Spero), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

195 Berchem, N., Peasants and animals near a bridge, panel ; and Cattle and 

sheep, near a cottage (Asscher), £15 15s. 



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196 Betbridge, L., Flowers and fruit, panel — 22J x 19J (Asscher), £4 14s. 6d. 

197 Brauwer, A peasant smoking, panel ; A sandy road, with cart and figures ; 

and Woody landscape (Carpenter), £3 13s. 6d. 

198 Breugehl. A village scene, with travelling peasants and animals, copper — 

9^x13 (Hajrward), £10 los. 

199 School of Bronzino. Saint George, standing in a niche, holding a banner, 

panel — 56 x 28 (Van Stockem), £5 5s. 

200 Cano, Alonzo, Abraham's sacrifice — 62J x 52 (L. Harris), £22 is. 

201 Casteels, Pheasants, pigeons, and ducks — 38! x 48 J (Warner), £8 8s. 

202 Early Flemish School. Madonna and Child, with angels supporting a crown 

above, with warriors and saints on the reverse ; the wing of a triptych, 
panel — 60X16J (Spero), £5 15s. 6d. 

203 Griefs, .\., Huntsmen, with dead game and dogs, in a landscape, pair, panel ; 

and Cavalry engagements, pair, by F. Breydel (Permain), £24 3s. 

204 Guardi, F., River scene, with a building, and figures on a rustic bridge, panel 

— i4i X 19J (Spero), £49 7s. 

205 Heemskerk, S., Sheep and goats, panel ; Landscape, with cottage, and figures 

on a road, panel ; and A piping peasant, with a peasant-woman and 
animals (J. Scott), £8 8s. 

206 Hogarth, W., Lady, in brown dress, seated in a landscape with her youmg 

daughter — 48JX39 (Wise), £17 17s. 

207 Huysum, Van, Flowers in a terra-cotta bowl on a slab — 28iX4ii (Cohen), 

£17 17s. 

208 Kettle, Tilley, Gentleman, in a hunting costume, with a dog and gun — 

474x38 (Wyndham), £16 i6s. 

209 Mercier, Lady, in blue decoUete dress with white ribands, oval — 20^ x 16 

(Konody), £33 12s. 

210 Miel, Jan, Landscape, with peasants, sheep, and goats ; and Woody land- 

scape, with peasants and mules on a road, by W. de Heusch, panel (Asscher 
and Co.), £19 19s. 

211 Moreelse, P., Lady, in black brocade dress embroidered with gold, wearing 

a large ruff round her neck, and a lawn cap edged with lace, her gloves 
in her left hand, panel — 50x39 (Cohen), £168. 

212 Morland, G., Coast scene, with fisherfoLk and stranded boats — 39J x 58 

(Sampson), £50 8s. 

213 Neefs, P., Interior of a cathedral, with figures before an altar, panel — 14^ x 19J 

(Olyslager), £23 2S. 

214 Ostade, A. van, Interior of a bam, with boors carousing, panel — 9|xii 

(Holland), £19 19s. 

215 Padovanino, Mercury, Venus, and Cupid at the throne of Jupiter — 66x95 

(Moore), £2 2S. 

216 Patel, P., Italian landscape, with the ruins of a classical temple on the left ; 

peasants and goats in the foreground, panel — aij x 23J (Spielmann), 
£10 los. 

217 Piazzetta, J. B., Christ and the woman of Samaria — 24 x 18J (Harris), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

218 Ricci, S., The vision of Saint Anthony, arched top — 38x20 (Spielmann), 

£9 9S- 

219 Rosa, Salvator, A ravine, with banditti, copper ; and A rocky gorge, with 

an angler (Konody), £7 7s. 

220 Rosa, Salvator, Ecce Homo ; and Soldiers in combat (Moore), £4 14s. 6d. 

221 School of Rubens. Warriors in combat, imframed — 117x108 (Van Ehiren), 

£3 13s. 6d. 



152 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

222 School of Rubens. Warriors, unframed — 118x107 (Van Duren), £4. 4s. 

223 Schidone, Bartolommeo, The Holy Family with the infant Saint John ; and 

The Queen of Sheba before Solomon, after P. Veronese, panel (Banduin), 
£2 I2S. 6d. 

224 Schutz, Woody river scene, with bridge, castle, and figures, panel — 16x21^ 

(Carpenter), £3 3s. 

225 School of Scorel. Gentleman, in green cape edged with fur, black dress and 

cap, holding a book, panel — 25JX20J (Lewis), £14 14s. 

226 School of Ugolino. Saint Frjmcis ; and Saint John, on gold ground, panel — 

29I X i6f (Owen), £26 5s. 

227 Velasquez School. Lady, in black dress and head-dress, with white lawn 

collar — 22JX19J (Smith), £11 iis. 

228 Velde, Van de, Fishing-boats becalmed — 13* x 17^^ (Asscher & Co.), £8 i8s. 6d. 

229 Veruet, J., Bay scene, with shipping, and fisherfolk in the foreground — 

32! X49i (Carpenter), £6 6s. 

230 Wynants, J., Woody landscape, with figures on a road — 9Jxi3i (Asscher), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

231 Wynants, Landscape, with a cart, horseman, and figures ; and Landscape, 

with figures and cattle (Van Duren), £9 9s. 

232 Zurbaran, F., The legend of the bell — 64x80 (Sulley), £294. 

DRAWINGS. 

233 Bannat>-ne, J. J., 1865, On old well ; and Village street, pair — 7i x 11 (Pawsey 

and Payne), £3 3s. 

234 Chalon, A. E., R.A., Fete Champetre, arched top — 36x27 (Levin), £4 14s. 6d. 

235 Cox, D., The Lledr Valley — iijxi8| (Sampson), £3 3s. 

236 Fielding, C, 1.818, Distant view of London — 12^x18 (Sampson), £ir lis. 

237 Fielding, C, Roydon, Essex ; and Hoddesdon, pair — 5 x 8 (Permain), £12 12s. 

238 Foster, Birket, A thatched cottage — 7jxi2i (Permain), £19 19s. 

239 Hamilton, D., R.A., Bacchus and Ariadne — 5x26 (Laurence), £9 9s. 

240 Hardy, T. B., 1875, Scheveningen beach — 13 x 19 (Pawsey & Payne), £16 i6s. 

241 Hunt, W., 1827, A flower-seller — i6xiii (Permain), £7 7s. 

242 Nibbs, R. H., 1873, Kingston quay, Shoreham harbour — 26x39^ (Johnstone), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

243 Palmer, Sutton, 1876, Village scene near Cairo ; and The departure (Permain), 

£3 3S. 

244 Pelegrino, Christ before Pilate, black and red chalk ; Sick lady, by Sir D. 

Wilkie, R.A. ; and three others (Moore), £1 5s. 

245 Prout, S., Coast scene, with figures ; and River scene, with angler, by J. 

Varley (Leggatt), £7 7s. 

246 Roberti, R., 1883, The study ; and The curio dealer, pair — 8i x 12 (Johnstone), 

£ri OS. 6d. 

247 Rowlandson, T., Monkey tricks ; Waltham Cross ; The rector and the blind 

beggar ; and another (Parsons), £3 13s. 6d. 

248 Shalders, G., Sheep on a common — iiixi9 (Cassell), £15 15s. 

249 Topham, F. W., A gillie ; The reading lesson, by F. Stone, R.A. ; and two 

others (Johnston), £2 12s. 6d. 

250 Varley, J., River scene, with boats and windmill — 11JX16 (Ellis & Smith), 

£3 3S. 

251 Whymper, J. W., 1858, Timber waggon on a sandy road ; An old castle, by 

D. H. McKewan ; and Highland landscape (Halford), £3 3s. 

252 Wright, J. M., Fetes Champ^tres, pair — 11JX15 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

253 Wright, J. M., Midsummer Night's Dream ; The Merry Wives of Windsor ; 

and Treason, by C. Cattermole, 1872 (Bles), £1 los. 



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PICTURES. 
254. Burgess, J. B., R.A., Contemplation, panel ; Aurora, by W. E. Frost, R.A., 
panel ; and The finding of Jloses, by W. Miiller, 1839 (Sampson), £6 6s. 

255 Cobbett, E. J., 1850, Gleaners ; and View on the Adriatic : sunset, after 

J. M. W. Turner, R.A. (Mitchell), £6 i6s. 6d. 

256 Coleman, W. S., Gathering flowers — 2iixii| (Cassell), £9 19s. 6d. 

257 Creswick, T., R.A., Bardon Towers ; and Welsh lake scene, with anglers 

(Wood), £21. 

258 Davidson, T., 1876, Despatches, panel — 13JX19J (Robbins), £3 3s. 

259 Dearie, J. H., 1876, Haymaking; and View near Ryde, Isle of Wight 

(Madocks), £1 iis. 6d. 

260 Dupre, Victor, River scene ; and View on the River Mawddach, by E. Gill , 

i86i (Mitchell), £8 8s. 

261 Eraser, Alex., 1844, Refreshment ; and " Tell me what I like," by C. Brocky 

(Upperton), £6 i6s. 6d. 

262 deadening, A. A., 1870, Near Mapledurham, on the Thames — 35iX55f 

(Madocks), £4 4s. 

263 Hardy, Heywood, 1877, Driving geese — 11JX17 (Madocks), £3 3s. 
264. Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., Over the bar — loJ x iSJ (Cassell), £18 i8s. 

265 Koekkoek, H., The mouth of a Dutch river ; and Southampton, by F. Lee 

Bridell (Memertzhagen), £2 12s. 6d. 

266 Linton, W., Italian lake scene, with figures and goats : sunset — 29 x 244 

(Osbom), 15s. 

267 Loutherbourg, P. J. de, R.A., Ploughmen resting — 26^x321 (Halford), £4 4s. 

268 Mann, J. H. S., La Marchande de Fleurs— 47x34 (Madocks), £7 7s. 

269 Mogford, J., 1876, October in the Highlands ; A Surrey common (Misell), 

£1 lOS. 

270 Neumans, A., Cavaliers playing cards, panel — i3|xi7i (Pawsey & Payne), 

£6 6s. 

271 O'Connor, J. A., River scene, with bathers ; River scene, with boats (Moore) 

£1 lOS. 

272 Pyne, J. B., Near Nottingham — 13x24 (Mitchell), £5 5s. 

273 Sadee, Ph., After the departure of the fishing-boats at Scheveningen, panel — 

8X12 (Leggatt), £29 8s. 

274 Shayer, W., senr., Gipsies resting — 13JX iij (Pawsey & Payne), £35 143. 

275 Stanfield, Fishing-boats, panel ; Monaco, near Nice, by W. Linton ; and 

Village scene (Halford), £2 15s. 

276 Taylor, J., 1864, The Church Pool, Bettws-y-Coed ; and Landscape, with a 

village and two figures (Misell), £1 is. 

277 Valaperta, F., 1874, Marguerite and Mephistopheles in the cathedral ; and 

Mea Culpa, by T. Walter Wilson, 1877 (Banduin), 15s. 

278 Verboeckhoven, E., 1884, A peasant-woman driving cattle and sheep across 

a stream, panel — ij x 14 (Permain), £34 13s. 
379 Ward, J., R.A., An old horse, panel ; Near Salerno ; and On guard (Arthur- 
ton), £4 I OS. 

280 Webb, James, Sandown Bay, Isle of Wight — 15x29^ (Halford), £7 7s. 

281 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1877, On the French coast— i7i x 31J (Sampson), £2 2S. 

282 WvUie, W. L., R.A., 1875, Portel, near Boulogne— loj x 3ii (Mitchell), £3 3s. 



154 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



July 9, 1915. Christie's. 

Modem Pictures and Water-Colour Drawings, the 
Property of the late Robert English, Esq., 21, Portman 
Square, W. ; also Modem Pictures and Drawings, the 
Property of the late Mrs. F. L. King, Charman Dean, 
Worthing ; and from different sources. 

Property of the late Mrs. F. L. King, Charman Dean, 
Worthing. 

DRAWING. 

1 Crofts, Arthur, 1859, The Horseshoe Fall from Goat Islsind — 24J x 38J 

(Foster), £2 12s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

2 Armfield, G., Sporting dogs — 17X23J (Kent), £6 6s. 

3 Dockree, M. E., 1S74, Fern gatherers — 36x51^ (Stepto), £9 19s. 6d. 

4 Dockree, M. E., 1881, Nature's cloister — 49X30J (Foster), £2 12s. 6d. 

5 Dockree, M. E., Evening: Llanguire Wood — 19^x26 (Kent), £2 2S. 

6 Dockree M. E., In the pass of Aberglaslyn ; and Torrent Walk, Dolgelly, pair — 

I4ix8i (Kent), £3 r3s. 6d. 

7 Dockree, M. E., An old bridge at the foot of Cader Idris ; and A lane scene, 

Newport (Kent), £3 3s. 

8 Dockree, M. E., Affonwen — Glyndfrdwy, North Wales — panel ; and the 

Cloggersbridge, Nevern (Stepton), £5 5s. 

9 Gilbert, A., i860, View on the Thames ; and Rabbiting, by G. Armfield, 

circular (Dewar), £17 17s. 

10 Ladell, E., Fruit and still-life — i6i x 13J (Turner), £13 13s. 

11 Pickersgill, F. R., R.A., Happy days ; and At the spring, by P. F. Poole, R.A., 

(Stowell), £7 17s. 6d. 

12 Poole, P. F.. R.A., 1840, The recruit— 19 x 23 (Stepto), £15 15s. 

13 Verboeckhoven, E., 1841, Sheep in a landscape, panel — 6 x 7J (James), £12 12s. 

14 Vickers, A., i860, A sandy road — 14* x 20J (Permain), £6 6s. 

15 Vickers, A., River scene, with boats becalmed, panel — 9 x 17J (Permain), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

DRAWINGS. 

16 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1839, Cattle in a pasture — io| x iGJ (Hallam), £48 6s. 

17 Hardy, James, junr., 1870, Grouse — 7X10J (Wise), £5 5s. 

18 Mackenzie, F., Rivaulx Abbey — ioiX7f (Horton), £6 6s. 

19 Stock, H. J., 1883, Inspiration — 13J x 20J (Ellis), £4 14s. 6d. 

20 Strutt, A. W., " Mark, how they tremble, as the breechloader sounds amongst 

the hills " ; and Homewards at break of day, pair — 6 x 12 (Dewar), £15 15s. 

21 Wainewright, T. F., Morning — 14* x 27J (Weekes), £9 gs. 

22 Wimperis, E. M., The cornfield— 11 J x 18 J (Holt), £16 i6s. 

23 Youngman, J. The farmyard (from the collection of Sir Thomas Lucas, Bart., 

1912, 17JX23J (Wise), £7 7s. 

PICTURES. 

24 Leader, B. W., R.A., 1871-4, Morning among the Welsh hills — 27^x464 

(Mitchell), £81 i8s. 

25 Leader B. VV., R.A., i860. On the River Llugwy — I3ixi7| (Williams), 

£35 14s. 

26 Linnell, J., senr., 1852, A farmstead, panel — 13JX17J (Mimro), £11 iis. 



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27 O'Neill, G. B., The story-book — 19} x 15J (James), £30 9s. 

28 Pyne, J. B., Beating to windward — I7ix23j (Munro), £14 14s. 

DRAWINGS. 
Drawinss in the Folio. 

29 Sidebottom, F. N., Skiddaw ; Evening, Cumberland ; September • and 5 

others (Yeulett), £3 3s. 

30 Sidebottom, F. N., Derwentwater ; Arundel Castle ; Tenby ; and 4 others 

(Yeulett), £2 I2S. 6d. 

Framed. 

31 Wimi)eris, E. M., 1900, A shady stream — gj x 13J (Bowden), £22 is. 

32 Mauve, A., Washing-day — 9 x 7J (Wallis), £65 2S. 

33 Chiapory, C, 1855-6, Blonde and brunette ; and Europe and Asia, set of four , 

pastels — 22t X 28 (White), £12 12s. 

34 Knight, J., Buxton, Fishing-boats becalmed— 19^x131 (Coxmore), £14 14s. 

35 Knight, J., Buxton, 1891, On the Medway — 9J x 13J (Fine Art Society), £5 5s. 

36 Sparks, H. Blande, The lover's arrival — 20^x29^ (James), £5 5s. 

37 Bone, Muirhead, Leadhills, pen and ink — 5 x 7J (Fine Art Society), £4 4s. 

38 Bruckman, W. L., Town on a river — 13§ x igj^ (Mummery), £2 2S. 

39 Bone, Muirhead, Ayr, black and white — 3ix4j (Fine Art Society), £3 13s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

40 Priestman, Bertram, The willowcd stream — n x 15^ (MuUen), £6 16s. 6d. 

42 Hall, H. R., Highland cattle crossing a moorland tarn — 23J x 35J (James), £5 5S. 

43 Hall, H. R., Highland cattle changing pastures — 23JX35J (James), £5 5s. 

44 Weiss, Jose, The evening express — i3ixiQj (Wallis), £11 os. 6d. 

45 Weiss, Jose, Lulworth Cove — 13^ x igj (Wallis), £9 19s. 6d. 

46 FantiD-Latour, H., Boy instructing a pet dog — 32^x27* (Sand), £33. 

47 Ethoper, T., 1876, Scene in Rome, panel — 15X27J (Wallis), £33 12s. 

48 Pavy, Ph., On the balcony — 17 x 11 (Banduin), £5 5s. 

49 Herring, F. J., senr.. Death of the fox — 29J x 49 (Sampson), £10 los. 

50 Mostyn, Tom, The golden eventide — 29x49 (Mummery), £10 los. 

51 Bauhen, J. Swan, The royal salute — 30 x 32J (Parkenthorpe), £7 17s. 6d. 

52 Ellis, Edwin, Mending lobster-pots: Flamborough Head — 23JX45J (White), 

£17 17s- 

53 Roelofs, W., Ducks alarmed — lof X17 (Bale), £10 los. 

54 Constable, J., R.A., On Hampstead Heath — gjxiij (G. A. Scott), £27 6s. 

55 Troyon, C, The duck-pond, panel — 10x15 (Weekes), £50 Ss. 

56 Many-Benner, The bride — 16x13 (Sawyer), £4 14s. 6d. 

57 Collins, C, Near Dorking — 231x41 J (James), £4 14s. 6d. 

58 Solomon, B., 1865, The lion and the lamb — 26ix 31! (Spurr), £1 lis. 6d. 

59 Weber, Th., Longship's Lighthouse — 32JX52 (Banduin), £2 12s. 6d. 

60 Goddard, G. B., The lost dogs' home — 394x49* (James), £6 6s. 

61 Webb, J., 1877, Entering Marken, Holland — 29J x 49^ (James), £27 6s. 

62 Morris, C, 1863, Highland sheep — 29J^X43i (Misell), £1 is. 

63 Widgery, W., The watering-place — 39J x 61 (Sampson), £2 2S. 

64 Holland, J., A side canal, Venice — 13J x loj (White), £31 los. 

65 Holland, J., Market scene, Genoa— 13JX loj (White), £25 43. 

66 Percy, S. R., Rugged pastures — 39X 59J (Comford), £21. 

67 Scherrewitz, J., Dutch pastures — 38}X58J (Reed), £56 14s. 

68 Linnell, J., senr.. Young anglers — 14^x22^ (Harper), £13 13s. 

69 Tracy, Charles D., The wave — 

" Thou wilt break only to rise again." 
—44} X 59 (Spurr), £71 7S. 6d. 

70 Haynes- Williams, J., 1889, Dafiodil — 23 x 17J (Mellersb), £4 14s. 6d. 



156 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

71 Bromley, W., Vaole consprare signor la mia uva — 35J x 27i (James), £9 gs. 

72 Hill, J. J., Apple-gatherers — 39^ x 29J (James), £9 gs. 

DRAWINGS. 

73 Goodwin, Albert, 1890, Sheep on the downs — lox 14! (Wallis), £14 14s. 

74 Hemy, C. Napier, R.A., 1908, The full moon — 17^ x 26* (Runciman), £26 5s. 

75 Hughes-Stanton, H., A.R.A., 1912, Among the hills — 20JX28} (Sampson), 

£36 15s. 

76 Hughes-Stanton, H., A.R.A., Kirkston Pass from Borrowdale — 13JX19 

(Stowell), £12 I2S. 

PICTURES. 

77 Bristow. E., A con\'ivial evening, panel — 13^- x 17J (Dewar), £8 8s. 

78 Bristow, E., The sick monkey-— 7jx 11 (Wallis), £8 8s. 

79 Clausen, G., R.A., 1887, Evenmg — iiixi3i (Weldon), £15 15s. 

80 Sims, Charles, A.R.A., On the seashore — 28 x 35^ (Fine Art Society), £126. 

81 Hughes-Stanton, H., A.R.A., A forest glade — igh x 26J^ (Stowell), £31 los. 
83 Webb, J., The morning catch — i7iX3ii (Runciman), £17 17s. 

DRAWINGS 

83 Cox, D., 1855, The moors near Bettws-y-Coed — i4iX2ii (Paul), £36 15s. 

84 Hunt, W., Nuts and blackberries, oval — 7JX9 (Bowden), £4 4s. 

85 Turner, J. M. W'., R.A., Lowestoft : a storm-lashed sea, with a wreck and three 

small boats laden with figures ; a lighthouse seen on a hill on the left ; 
crescent moon — io| x 16J (Agnew), £504. 



Property of the late Robert English, Esq., 21, Portman 
Square, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

86 Barker, C. Burton, Playmates, coloured chalks — 23 x 28i (Sampson), £2 2S. 

87 Chevilliard, V., Le depart pour la Conference ; and Le retour de la Conference, 

pair — iSJx 13^ (Sampson), £37 i6s. 

88 Henshall, J. Henry, 1892, " Merry goes the time when the heart is young " — 

29x54 (Sampson), £11 iis. 

89 Linton, Sir J. D., 1900, The rose — 19^x13* (Tooth), £18 i8s. 

90 Thorne-Waite, R., Between the showers — 

" The haymakers do smile to see 
The sun and sky a-clearing." — Dorsetshire Poem. 
(26iX40 (Bowden), £56 14s. 

91 Weatherhead, W. H., 1886, Chelsea Pensioners — 

" Though aged the frame, yet still untamed the fire 
That oft had led to victory." 
30x47 (Tooth), £47 5S. 

MODERN PICTURES. 
93 Barber, C. Burton, Sweethearts — 56x43, R.A. 1890 (Leggatt), £89 5s. 

93 Bonheur, Rosa, A lioness — 31JX24J (Tooth), £94 los. 

94 Bonheur, Rosa, A lion on the alert — 8J x loi (Shoebridge), £16 i6s. 

95 Bonheur, Rosa, A lion resting — 8ixioi (Shoebridge), £10 los. 

96 Bonheiir, Rosa, A stag and hind — gj x 12J (Sampson), £9 gs. 

97 Bonheur, Rosa, A stag browsing — loxgj (Sampson), £11 iis. 

98 Bouguereau, W. A., 1895, Psyche et I'amour — 83x46 (Mitchell), £283 ids. 

99 Graham, Peter, R.A., igor. Where only sea-birds roam — R.A. igo2 — 53x72 

(Sampson), £346 los. 
100 Graham, Peter, R.A., 1897, Crossing the stream, R.A. 1897 — 474x71 J 
(Sampson), £588. 



CHRiSTrE's.] July 9, 1915. 157 

101 Hunter, Colin, A.R.A. 1896, Wet sand, R.A., 1894 — 38J x 71 (Runciman), 

£54 I2S. 

103 Leighton, Lord, P.R.A., The Spirit of the Summit, R.A. 1894 — 78 X 40 (Smith), 
£651. 

103 Munkacsy, M. de, Calvary — 45 x 67 (Eland), £262 los. 

104 Pioi, A., The bird's-nest — 39 x 31 (Levin), £29 8s. 

105 Pope, J., 1874, The prayer of faith — 3iix2ii (Halford), £3 3s. 

106 Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 1893, The Ionian dance, R.A. 1895 — 15X19J 

(Sampson), £262 los. 
ID? Williams, A. W., 1883, The Storr Rocks, Isle of Skye — 19JX29 (Stowell), 
£3 13s. 6d. 

OLD PICTURES. 

108 Dolci, Aaron — 23^X18} (Eland), £3 33. 

109 Kneller, Queen Mary, wife of William III, in rich robes, by a table on which is 

her crown — 49x39 (Tooth), £54 12s. 
no Mierevelt, Gentleman, in black dress with figured sleeves, white lace rufi, 
panel — 27x23^ (Eland), £15 15s. 

111 Palamedes, Due de Beaufort, in breastplate over a bufi tunic with slashed 

sleeves, resting his left hand on his helmet — 45 x 34 (Smith), £44 2S. 

112 Ravesteyn, Gentleman, in black dress with slashed sleeves, white lace collar 

and cuffs, panel — 26J x 19 (James), £39 i8s. 



DRAWINGS. 

113 Eraser, R. W., 1899, On the Lark — lojx 19J (Stowell), £1 2S. 

114 Guthrie, Sir James, P.R.S.A., The morning walk, pastel — 19x10 (Weldon), 

£445. 

115 Hunter, J. Young, 1903, The farm-cart — 14JX i2£ (Misell), los. 6d. 

116 Israels, Isaac, Resting — 18^x13 (Markey), £2 12s. 6d. 

117 MacBride, Alexander, In the Alcazar, Seville ; and Two views in the Highlands, 

by Stewart Orr (Mellish), £1 2S. 

118 Sandys, P., Mrs.Wreford Paddon, coloured chalk — 29} x 21J (Vicars), £1 iis. 6d. 

119 Sandys, F., Heads of Miss Eva M. S. Paddon and Master Stanley S. Wreford 

Paddon, pair, coloured chalk — 24X19J (Leggatt), £1 is. 
PICTURES. 

120 Dewhurst, W., A grey day on the Seine — 24IX31J (Sampson), £1 is. 

121 Hamilton, J. Whitelaw, Waiting for the tide — 24J x 29^ (Brash), £4 4s. 

122 Hamilton, J. Whitelaw, Dunblane Cathedral — lojxisj (Brash), £1 is. 

123 Houston, George, Snow scene — 27JX35J (Wallis), £10 los. 

124 Hunter, Mary Y., In the garden — 15JX22J (Brash), £3 3s. 

125 Luminals, E., The prodigal — 14^x17^ (Agnew), £27 6s. 

126 Robertson, Tom, On the Lagoons, Venice — 15J x 19J (Shields), £1 los. 

127 Simpson, Joseph, Lady eating strawberries — 29 x 24 (Weldon), £3 13s. 6d. 

128 Thomas, Grosvenor, 1903, The old null — 39^x49* (Sampson), £5 5s. 

129 Thomas, Grosvenor, A mill-stream — i5jX2ii (Oppenheimer), £13 13s. 

130 Thomas, Grosvenor, Bowl of flowers — 9ixi7j (James), £2 12s. 6d. 

131 Vickers, A., 1866, Shipping at the mouth of a river — iijxigi (Cassell), 

£12 is. 6d. 

132 Ansdell, R., R.A." 1866, The lost sheep— 29* xjsJ (Boyd), £48 6s. 

133 Ansdell, R., R.A., 1869, The stag at bay.R.A. 1869— 29^ x 53i (HoUand), £26 5s. 

134 Burr, A. H., 1880, Music and discord — iij x i8f (Mitchell), £24 3s. 

135 Castan, E., 1878-1880, Drilling the dog ; and Roman peasants, panel (Cassell), 

£17 17s. 

136 Cooper, T. S., R..\., Sheep in the snow; panel — 9J x 14I (Latham), £25 4s. 



158 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

137 Dawson, H., Portsmouth — 21^x29 (Sampson), £12 12s. 

138 Goodall, F., R.A., 1871-5, Ploughing in Egypt— 7jX2of (Sampson), £9 gs. 

139 Hardy, F. D., Cottage interior, panel ; and " Sit up, sir," by A Provis (Wood), 

£11 IIS. 

140 Hargitt, Edward, i877, A gleam of sunshine — 15I x 19^ (Greville), £3 13s. 6d. 

141 Hillingford, R., Mary Queen of Scots in the Tower — I2jxi8i (Sampson), 

£9 195. 6d. 

142 Sauvage, P., Lighting the fire, panel — 13JX10 (Brookes), £6 i6s. 6d. 

143 Sauvage, P., The picture-book, panel — loj x 7J (Wylde), £5 15s. 6d. 

144 Watson, W., 1S73, Scene in the Highlands, with figures and sheep — i7lX26J 

(James), £15 15s. 

145 Winter, H., The farm road — i7iX24 (James), £5 5s. 



July 9, 1915. Puttick's. 

Engravings, Etchings and Water-Colour Drawings. 

In Portfolio. 
54 Bark Hare House Academy, Orpington, Kent, by Hassell, after S. Dilke 

(Purchas), £2 2s. 
59 Wild sports of the East, by Merke, after Howitt, aquatints, in colours, 23 plates 

and title-page ( ), £3 5s. 

61 The thief disturbed, by Sutherland, after Aiken, aquatint, in colours (Ansdell), 

£1 15s. 

62 Full cry, and Getting away, by Reeve, after H. Aiken, aquatints, in colours, 

pair (Allen), £3 5s. 

63 Roderick Random, by C. Knight, in colours (Allen), £3. 

64 Fly-fishing, and Bottom-fishing, after J. Pollard, aquatints, in colours, pair 

(RimeU), £4 5S. 
lor Conjugal peace, by Bartolozzi, after A. Kaufiman, in colours(Anderson), £1 los. 
102 Venus and Diana, by and after the same, in colours (Anderson), i8s. 
Ill The romance ; and The dream, by J. R. Smith, after Westall, mezzotints, pair 

(BraU), £r 12s. 6d. 

119 Snake in the grass, by J. R. Smith, after Sir J. Reynolds, in colours (W. Sabin), 

£4. 

120 Telemachus relating his adventures to Calypso, by Cooper, after Burney, in 

colours (Hickman), £1 los. 

134 Beauties of Windsor : Henrietta, Countess of Rochester, by McArdell, after 

Lely, proof before all letters, signed by J. Smith, mezzotint (Gordon),£2 ids. 

135 Honora Sneyd (Mrs. Edgeworth), by J. Jones, after G. Romney, proof before 

title (Gordon), £r. 

136 Mrs. Loraine Smith, by W. Bond, after Henry Singleton, on strainer (Gordon), 

£6 1 6s. 6d. 
158 View of Petersham and Twickenham meadows from Richmond Hill, by J. 

Jones, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint (Rylatt), £1 2s. 6d. 
170 Lieut. -Col. Erskine, 92nd Regiment of Foot, by G. Dawe, after Raebum, 

mezzotint with untrimmed margins, open letter proof, private plate 

(Colnaghi), £13 15s. 

Framed. 

179 The corn-bin, by J. R. Smith, after G. Morland, mezzotint, in colours (W. Sabin), 

£4 los. 

180 Saturday morning, after Bigg, in colours (Plowman), £1. 



Puttick's.] July 9, 1915- 159 

181 Lady Melbourne and child, by T. Watson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzo- 
tint (Brail), £1 4S. 

183 Children relieving a beggar boy, by C. Wilkin, after Beechey (Blythe), £i 2S. 

184 L'AUegro, by J. Watson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint (Brail), £i 5s. 

185 Countess Gower and child, by S. Cousins, after Sir Thos. Lawrence, mezzotint 

(Jacobs), £1 8s. 
187 La felicite villageoise, and companion, by Delaunay, after Freudeberg, pair 

(Read), £1 12s. 6d. 
189 Exteriors of cottages, with figures, by Ogbom, after Bigg, ovals, a pair (Bovey), 

£1 I2S. 6d. 

192 Pleasures of retirement, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, mezzotint, in colours, 

cut (Read), £2 5s. 

193 The dram, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, mezzotint (Dale), £1 17s. 6d. 

194 The fortune-teller, and The mask, by C. Turner, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

mezzotints, pair (Allen), £1 los. 

195 Cornelia and her children, proof, in colours (Allen), £1 17s. 6d. 

196 Children feeding chickens, by Delattre, after W. Hamilton, in red (Allen), £1. 

197 Coming from school, by C. Knight, after T. Stothard, in colours (Allen), £2 2S. 

202 Earl Cadogan, by J. Simon, after L. Laguerre, mezzotint (PefEers), £3 15s. 

203 Rt. Hon. Earl Howe, Vice-Admiral of the Blue, mezzotint (Creasy), £1 2s. 

207 Trotting horse " Confidence," by C. Hunt, after Wombill, aquatint, in colours 

(Pegers), £2. 

208 Trains of running horses at Newmarket, by J. Bodger, with key (Parker), £1 15s. 

209 Moore's Tally-ho to the sports, after F. C. Turner, aquatints, in colours, set 

of four (Read), £2. 

210 The young English fox-hmiter, after F. C. Turner, aquatints, in colours, set of 

four (Dale), £1 17s. 6d. 

211 Hyde Park Comer, by Rosenberg, after Pollard, aquatint, in colours (Dale), 

£3 iss- 

212 Pheasant — Grouse — Woodcock — and Partridge shooting, after Aiken, aqua- 

tints, in colours, set of four (Davis), £3. 

213 Sleigh scene, Toronto Bay, by E. Walker (Maggs), £3. 

216 A tribute to the memory of Christopher Wren, by W. Richardson, after 
Cockerell, with a deed of payment signed by Christopher Wren (Batsford), 

£.S. 

232 Mother and child, by W. A. Cox, mezzotint, in colours, signed proof (Curry), 

£1 2S. 

233 Mrs. Siddons, by F. S. Walker, after Gainsborough, mezzotint, in colours, signed 

proof (Martinez), £1. 

WATER-COLOUR DRAWI.VGS. 
240 Rysbrack, M., Joseph and Potiphar's wife, in sepia, heightened in white 

(Johnson), £1 los. 
244 Shepherd. G., 1815, signed, A house at the back of Holbom (once the chapel 

belonging to Southampton House), (Macdonald), £2 5s. 
247 May, Phil, '98, And dark blue in her E.E., in coloured crayons (Harris), £3. 

Franted. 

256 Bradden, Paul, signed, Wrexham Church (Beer), 14s. 

257 Buckler, J., signed. South-east view of York Minster, original drav,-ing for the 

aquatint (Daniell), £2 7s. 6d. 

258 Shepherd, G., signed. View in London ( ), £1 los. 

261 Smith. Percy, T., Procession entering a church (Gunn), £1 is. 

264 Rowlandson, T., Bull-baiting ( ), i8s. 

266 Greenhalgh, T., 1882, signed. River scene, with waterfall (Read), £3. 

267 Rowbotham, C, 1902, Falls of Tunmell, and Allan Water, pair (Beer), £2 15s. 



i6o ART PRICES CURRENT. 



July 12, 1915. Christie's. 

Engravings of the Early English School, the Property 
of the late Sir John Swinburne, Bart, Capheaton HaJl, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne ; the late G. MelUn, Esq., Wickham 
Hall, West Wickham, Kent, and from different sources ; 
also sporting prints, the property of the late Lewis H. 
Samuel, Esq., Bolton Gardens, South Kensington, S.W. 

Property of the late G. MeUin, Esq., Wickham Hall, 
West Wickham, Kent. 

Unfrayned. 

1 Lavinia, Countess Spencer, after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Cousins, artist's proof ; 

and three others (Yeulett), £1 2S. 

2 Angel heads, after R. Westall, printed in colours ; and Maternal instruction, 

pair, in colours (Daniell), £2 los. 

3 The family distress ; and The family's happiness, after Cosse, by Clement, 

pair, printed in colours (Marsh), £4 15s. 

4 A British squadron : The British squadron ; The renewed action by night ; 

and The fort and settlement of Tamatave ; a set of four aquatints, in 
colours (Parker), £8. 

Framed. 

5 Cupid discovered ; and Cupid disarmed, after A. Kauffman, by T. Buike, 

circles, pair, printed in colours (Mayne), £16 i6s. 

6 Cleopatra and Augustus ; and Alexandra resigning Campaspe to Apollo, after 

A. Kaufiman, by T. Burke, pair, printed in colours (Lindow), £8 8s. 

7 La visite du pasteur ; Les Bergeres Ecossai ; L' Enfant en Nourrice ; and La 

separation douloureuse, after R. Westall, by A. Cardon, set of four, printed 
in colours (Miles), £10 los. 

8 Saturday evening, after W.R. Bigg, by W. Nutter, printed in colours (Mayne), 

£7 7£. 

9 Amiette et Lubin ; and La vieillesse d'Annette et Lubin, after Swebach, by 

Le Coeur, psiir, printed in colours (Parsons), £10 10s. 

10 The mother's bribe ; £Uid The clean face rewarded, after and by J. Ward, pair 

(Weekes), £5 5s. 

11 The horse fair, alter Rosa Bonheur, artist's proof (Yeulett), 6s. 

Property of the late Sir John Swinburne, Bart., Cap- 
heaton Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Unframed. 

12 The water-mill, after A. W. Callcott, by C. Turner, first state (Ellis & Smith), 

£485. 

13 II Penseroso and L'Allegro, after G. Romney, by G. Keating (Lindow), £2. 

14 The return from coursing, after W. HeunUton. by A. Cardon (Brail), £2 10s. 

15 Crossing the brook, after H. Thomson, by \V. Say, open letter proof (Brail), 

£2 los. 

16 The little cottager, after T. Gainsborough, by C. Turner, open letter proof 

(Yeulett), £9. 

17 The rustic hours : Evening, and Night, after F. Wheatley, by H. Gillbank 

(Slazenger), £9 9s. 



Christie's.] July 12, 1915. 161 

18 The thatcher, after G. Morland, by W. Ward, open letter proof, wide margin 

(Ellis & Smith), ;£i3 13s. 

19 Playing with a monkey ; and Playing at dominoes, after G. Morland, by J. R. 

Reynolds, pair, etched letter proofs (Slazenger), £22 is. 

20 and 21 Inside of a country ale-house, after G. Morland, by W. Ward (proof, 

with early publication line, and wide margin) ; Outside of a country ale- 
house, after J. Ward, by W. Ward (proof, with early publication line, and 
wide margin), (Ellis & Smith), £28 7s. 

22 A land storm, after G. Morland, by S. W. Reynolds ; Bull dogs and badger, 

after Towne, by Earlom ; and Lord Glammis and stag-hounds, after 
Wolstenholme, by S. W. Reynolds, open letter proofs (Fores), £5 5s. 

23 Charles X, of France, after Sir T. Lawrence, by C. Turner, first state ; Lady 

Leicester, after the same, by H. Meyer, open letter proof ; and another 
(Yeulett), £1 1 8s. 

24 The Marquis of Wellington, after A. Aglio, by Stadler, aquatint, in colours ; 

P. L. Dubus Preville, after and by P. M. Alix, printed in colours ; and 
another (Smith), 17s. 

25 Village dance of an Italian family, and companion print, after Grignon, by 

F. D. Soiron printed in colours ; and two, after H. Bunbury, in bistre 
(Brail), £1 i8s. 

26 Prince James Stuart, after Kneller, by J. Smith, first published state : Sir G. 

Kneller, after and by the same ; and four others (Ellis & Smith), £1 8s. 
2^ Sir J. Reynolds, after Reynolds, by V. Green ; The student, after the same, by 
J. R. Smith ; and four others (Brail), £1 6s. 

28 The Rev. Samuel Parr, Richard Watson, and William Paley, after G. Romney, 

by J. Jones ; Princess Charlotte, after Dawe, by Dawe and Hodgetts, 
open letter proof ; and Napoleon (Parker), £1 2S. 

29 Le Kain, after Le Noir, by St. Aubin ; Louis XIV, by Nanteuil ; and seventeen 

other portraits, engraved in line (Parsons), £2 12s. 

30 Lady Acland and children, after Lawrence, by Greenhead ; Countess Gower 

and child, after the same, by M. Connack ; and Lady Hamilton, after 
Romney, by E. L. Haynes, artists' proofs (Jones), £1 12s. 

31 Lowering the sail, and three others, etchings by Colin Hunter ; and a portrait 

of D. G. Rossetti, by M. Menpes (Yeulett), los. 6d. 

32 Durham Cathedral, after Robson, by Bennet, printed in colours ; Views in 

Scotland, a set of six aquatints, after J. Farrington ; two others ; and 
Plans of St. Albans Abbey, Gloucester Cathedral, etc., with letterpress 
(Spence), £5 los. 

33 Views in France, after Cochin, by Le Bas, a set of five ; Views in Spain ; 

three others ; and five engravings of the " Field of the Cloth of Gold," etc. 
in a portfolio (Bull), £2 los. 

34 Queen Square, after E. Dayes, by Dodd and Pollard, in colours ; The Port of 

London, after G. Dance, by W. Daniell ; eighteen other views of London ; 
and Plans of Old London, in a portfolio (Francis), £7. 

35 The Victory ; and British troops landing in Holland, published by R. Dodd, 

etched letter proofs ; and The Battle of Copenhagen, after J. T. Serres, by 
P. W. Tomkins, pair (Pzirker), £3 15s. 

36 The Keni, Indiaman, on fire, after and by W. Daniell, aquatint, in colours ; 

The Enterprise, steam vessel ; and The Duke of Wellington giving orders, 
after and by T. Heaphy, open letter proof (Parker), £1 2S. 
^7 Queen Victoria's tour through the Fleet, after Lieut. Jones, four impressions, 
three in colours; The launch of the Trafalgar; and another f Parker), 
£2. 



162 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



38 The Durham ox. after J. Boultbee, by J. Whessell printed in colours ; A sheep, 

after the same, by Jukes, ditto ; and another (Parker), £1. 

39 The Museum Claudes, incomplete ; and eighteen etchings, by Rembrandt 

and others, in a portfolio (Brail), 5s. 

40 A large collection of engravings, by J. Callot, including " Les Misfires and 

Les Malheurs de la Guerre " set, and others, in a folio (Windsor), £3. 

41 Fifty-one views of the Vatican, etc., engraved in line, and coloured by hand, 

in two portfolios (Baggallay), £16 i6s. 
Framed. 

42 Lady Hamilton as a " Bacchante," after G. Romney, by J. R. Smith (Davis), 

£1 17s. 6d. 

43 Charles Grey, after Sir T. Lawrence, by W. Dickinson, first state ; and Charles 

James Fox, after Reynolds, by J. Jones (Ellis & Smith), £3 3s. 

44 Mrs. Whitbread, after J. Hoppner, by S. W. Reynolds (Ellis & Smith), £8 8s. 

45 A French lady in London ; An English lady in Paris ; Tight-lacing ; and two 

other caricatures (Parsons), £1 6s. 

46 The Duchess of Richmond, after Kauffman, by W. W. Ryland, proof before 

letters, printed in red ; Nell Gwynne and Pamela and Phyloclea, after 
Leiy, by V. Green, pair (Liiidow), £3. 

47 A short-horned heifer, after Weaver, by W. Ward, proof before any letters, 

and print (Parker), £1 is. 

48 The Durham white ox, and the Blyth Comet ox, after G. Garrard and Thomas 

Weaver, by W. Ward, etched letter proofs (Parker), £4. 

49 Fisherman's dog, after G. Morland, by S. W. Reynolds, printed in colours ; 

The Battle of Chevy Chase, after J. Graham, by P. Dawe, coloured ; and 
Two Durham oxen, after Thos. Weaver, by C. Turner (Lindow), £1 15s. 

50 The death of General Sir R. Abercrombie, after R. K. Porter, by J. Vendramini ; 

and Lady Hamilton, after Romney, by Wehrschmidt, artist's proofs 
(Osbom), i6s. 

51 Shakesperian subjects, after H. Bunbury, a set of twenty, printed in colours 

(Gibbs), £23 2S. 

52 " Bay Middleton," after Hancock, by E. Duncan ; and " Emilius " and " Bees- 

wing," after Herring and Harrington, by C. Hunt, aquatints in colours 
(Swinn), £2. 



Unframed. 

53 Abraham and Isaac (H. 214), two impressions ; and The return of the prodigal 

son (H. 147), etchings by Rembrandt (Hunt), £2 8s. 

54 An album, containing numerous engravings and etchings (Bell), £7. 

55 The Spanish Armada, a set of seventeen plates, printed in colours (Parker), 

£3 3S. 

56 Evening, after W. Hamilton, by P. W. Tomkins, printed in colours (Daniell), 

£16 5S. 6d. 

57 Slimmer, after A. Kaufiman, by F. Bartolozsd and another, printed in colours 

(Slazenger), £5 5s. 

58 Crossing the brook, after H. Thomson, by W. Say, printed in colours (Leggatt), 

£19 19s. 

59 Master Lambton, after Sir T. Lawrence, by S. Cousins, proof before any letters 

(Ellis & Smith), £68 5s. 

Framed. 

60 Le Baiser Envoy6, after J. B. Greuze, by C. Turner, proof with the early 

inscription, and with wide margin below (Agnew), £47 5s. 



Christie's.] July 12, 1915. 163 

61 Les danse de chiens, after C. Vemet, by Levachez, printed in colours (Brail), 

£2. 

62 Le danger du t^te-4-t6te, after Baudouin, by J. B. Simonet ; La toilette, after 

the same, by N. Ponce ; and Le Concert, after St. Aubin, by A. J. Duclos, 
with A.P.D.R, (Jaoobson), £5 5s. 

63 Le tendre d^sir, after Greuze, by Coron ; La petite fille au chien ; and another 

(EUis & Smith), £2 2S. 

64 Le contract, after J. B. Fragonard, by M. Blot, proof before the publicatioa 

line (Shoebridge), £1 15s. 

65 La cruche cass6e, after J. B. Greuze, by J. Massard, proof before the dedica- 

tion and publication line (Maggs), £20. 

66 La lettre desir^e, after T. S. Foumier, by A. Chaponnier ; Reviendra-t-il le 

volage, after Vangorp, by Horor6 ; and another (Barnard), £4 14s. 6d. 

67 St. Giles' beauty, after Benwell, by F. Bartolozzi, printed in colours (W. M. 

Sabin), £2 15s. 

68 The British naval victors, after Gainsborough Dupont and others, by V. Green, 

in colours (Parsons), £10 los. 

69 The lost child found, after Miss Spilsbury, by M. Place, printed in colours 

(Laycock), £13 13s. 

70 " Cherries " (Cries of London), after F. Wheatley, by A. Cardon ; The sailor- 

boy's return, after W. R. Bigg, by D. Orme, small plate, printed in colours 
(Slazenger), £15 15s. 

71 Paris and Helen, after A. Kaufiman, by W. W. Ryland, proof, in red ; and 

another, proof before all letters, in red (Weekes), £5 5s. 

72 Shakespeare's tomb ; and Queen Margaret, after A. KauSman, by F. Bartolozzi, 

printed in colours (White), £5 15s. 6d. 

73 Ceres; and Lady Jane Grey and Sir John Gaze, after A. KaufEman, by 

T. Bartolozzi, printed in colours (White), £13 13s. 

74 Lovers, after J. B. Huet, by Debucourt ; and Henry and Emma, after S. 

Shelley, by C. Knight, both printed in colours (Taylor), £3 3s. 

75 Stable amusement, after G. Morland, by W. Ward ; The famous match be- 

tween " Hambletonian " and " Diamond " pair ; and another, all in 
colours (Lynn), £7 7s. 

76 The soldier's farewell ; and The soldier's return, after Morland, by Graham, 

pair, in bistre (Sabin), £23 2S. 

77 Dancing dogs ; and Guinea-pigs, after G. Morland, by T. Gaugain, pair 

(Bosworth), £3 13s. 6d. 

78 The farmer's stable, after G. Morland, by W. Ward, coloured (Brail), £4 4s. 

79 The horse-feeder, after G. Morland, by J.R. Smith, printed in colours (Sullivan), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

80 The shipwrecked mariner, after H. Thomson, by W. Say, printed in colours ; 

and another (Leggatt), £14 14s. 

81 Morning ; and Evening (the First of September), after G. Morland, by W. Ward, 

pair, in colours (Slazenger), £33 12s. 

82 Louis, Count Belgioioso, after Reynolds, by J. Jacobe ; Charles II of Sweden, 

after D. Craft, by J. Smith ; and Sir G. Kneller, after himself, by the same 
(Parsons), £1 los. 

83 George, Prince of Wales, after T. Gainsborough, by J. R. Smith, stippled letter 

proof (Hunt), £1 15s. 

84 The Marquis of Rockingham, after Sir J. Reynolds, by W. Dickinson, first state 

(Hunt), £1. 

85 The Duke of Portland, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Murphy, first state ; and 

Charles James Fox, after the same, by J. Jones, second state (Hunt), £3 5s. 



i64 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

86 Miss Elliott, after Kettle, by J. Watson, proofs before any letters (Brail), 

£i 15s. 
Sy Lady Gideon, after Sir J. Reynolds, by T. Watson ; and Charles James Fox, 

after the same, by J. Jones, with publication date, 1789 (Yeulett), £1 6s. 

88 Henry, Duke of Cumberland, after the same, by T. Watson, first state (Bell), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

89 Sir Thomas Harrison, after Sir J. Reynolds, by E. Fisher, proof before any 

letters ; and W. Joshua Sharpe, after the same, by C. H. Hodges, open 
letter proof (Maggs), 5s. 

90 Admiral Lord Nelson, after L. F. Abbott, by W. Barnard (Rimell), £3 los. 

91 The Marquis of Wellington, after J. Hoppner, in colours (Davis\ £2 los. 

92 Lady Elizabeth Herbert, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Dean (Hanbury), £3 5s. 

93 Lady Fenhoulet, after Sir J. Reynolds, by R. Purcell ; and four others (Han- 

bxiry), £1 15s. 

94 Views of Ix)ndon, after T. Bowles and others, a set of ten, coloured (Levine), 

£2 I OS. 
gs Fox-hunting versus politics, and the Sporting miller, after H. Aiken, in colours ; 
A lady, after Adam Buck, printed in colours ; and eight others (Hanbury), 
£3 15s. 

96 The first steeplechase on record, after H. Aiken, by J. Harris, a set of four 

aquatints, in colours (Lindow), £1 los. 

97 "Matilda"; "Birmingham"; and " The Colonel ": portraits of race-horses, 

after J. F. Herring, by R. G. Reeve, printed in colours (Walford), £9 9s. 

98 " Tarrare," after Dolby, by T. Sutherland ; and " Chorister " and " Rocking- 

ham," after J. F. Herring, by C. Hunt : portraits of racehorses, printed in 
colovirs (Benn), £7 17s. 6d. 

99 Portraits of the racehorses " Lurcher," " Warter," " Skyscraper," and 

" Hambletonian," in colours (Rimell), £1 los. 
100 Portraits of the racehorses "Champion," "Bay Malton," ' Buzzard," and 

" Skylark," in colours (Rimell), £1 12s. 
loi Portraits of the racehorses " Eclipse," " Arabian," and " Diamond," in colours 

(Swinn), £1 15s. 

Unframed. 

102 The Countess of Euston, after J. Hoppner, by C. Wilkin, open letter proof, 

in bistre ; and another (Daniell), £3 los. 

103 Henry Thornton, after J. Hoppner, by J. Ward ; and Plucking the turkey, 

after H. Walton, by J. R. Smith (Paull), £1 12s. 
Framed. 

104 The careless mother, and companion print, in colours ; and A girl with bird's- 

nest, and companion print, printed in colours (Willis), £14 14s. 

105 The age of innocence, after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. Grozer, printed in colours 

(Weekes), £5 15s. 6d. 

106 Flirtilla, after and by J. R. Smith, printed in colours (Edgar), £11 iis. 

107 A Loisir, after and by the same, printed in colours (Wood), £5 5s. 

108 The fair moralist and her pupil (Mrs. Hardinge), after R. Cosway, by F. Barto- 

lozzi, printed in colours (Bell), £3 3s. 

109 The soldier's departure ; and The soldier's return, in colours ; and two others, 

after Stothard, by Nutter, ditto (Wilson), £3 8s. 
no The watercress-girl; and The flower-girl, aiter Zofiany, by J. Young: and 

Miss Brown, after Nothcote, by W. T. Annis, in colours (Dale), £6 6s. 
T II Schick Ibrahim, entertaining Naireddin and the Fair Persian, after Bunbury, by 

Ryder and Cosse, printed in colours ; and three others (Barnard), £2 12s. 6d. 



Christie's.] July 12, 1915. 165 

112 Love and beauty, after A. KauSman, by F. Bartolozri ; and The market- 

woman, and companion print, after Bunbury, by Shepheard and Baldery, 
in bistre (Ryder), £3 13s. 6d. 

113 Lady Smith and children; and The Countess of Harrington and children, 

after Sir J. Reynolds, by F. Bartolozzi, in bistre (Hermann), £6 6s. 

114 A bacchante (Lady Hamilton), after Sir J. Reynolds, by J. R. Smith 

(Dumford), £11 iis. 

115 The Ladies Yorke, after the same, by E. Fisher ; and The Misses Carpenter, 

after P. Lion, by J. Watson (Osbom), £3 3s. 

116 Lt.-Colonel Tarleton, after the same, by J. R. Smith (Whitf), £2 12s. 6d. 

117 Admiral Lord Duncan, after H. P. Danloux, by J. R. Smith (White), £2 12s. 6d. 

118 Admiral Lord Nelson, after Sir W. Beechey, by E. Bell (Bowler), £q 9s. 

119 The gipsy fortune-teller, and The show, after W. Beechey and J. Hoppner, 

by J. Young, pair ; and another (Herman), £4 4s. 

120 Delia in town, after G. Morland, by J. R. Smith, in bistre (Herman), £6 6s. 

121 A tea-garden, after G. Morland, by F. D. Soiron (Eades), £5 15s. 6d. 

123 The squire's door : and The farmer's door, after the same, by B. Duterreau, pair 
(Robins), £6 6s. 

123 A party angling, after the same, by G. Keating (Vas Dias), £16 5s. 6d. 

124 Children playing at soldiers, after and by the same (Home), £3 3s. 

125 The country butcher, after the same, by T. Gosse (Bosworth), £4 4s. 

126 The country butcher, after the same, by W. Barnard, engraver's proof (Wise), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

127 Feeding the pigs, after the same, by J. R. Smith (Eades), £2 12s. 6d. 

128 The sportsman's return, after the same, by W. Ward, in colours (Miles), £25 4s. 

Property of the late Lewis H. Samuel, Esq., 19, Bolton 
Gardens, South Kensington, S.W. 

129 The rustic lovers ; and companion print, after F. Wheatley, in red ; and Veaus 

and Cupid, by Bartolozzi, pair of circles, in red (Withers), £8 i8s. 6d. 

130 The benevolent cottager, after F. Wheatley, by W. Nutter ; and Apollo and 

the Muses, after L. Guttenbrunn, by F. Bartolozzi, both printed in colours 
(Levin), £16 i6s. 

131 Classical subjects, pair, printed in colours ; and two others (Kino), £9 19s. 6d. 

SPORTING PRINTS. 

132 The mail-coach ; and A Bath coach, after H. Aiken, by G. Hunt, aquatints, in 

colours (Fores), £6 6s. 

133 Tandem ; Royal mails starting from the Post Office, Lombard Street, aqua- 

tints, in colours ; and another (Fores), £6 6s. 

134 Prize cocks, after C. H. Wcigall, by J. Fahey, set of six aquatints, in colours 

(Fores), £8 8s. 

135 Colonel Mordaunt's cock-match. Embassy of Hyderbeck to Calcutta, and 

Tiger-hunting in the East Indies, after J. ZoSany, by R. Earlom, set of 
three, coloured ; and two keys (Keale), £10 los. 

136 Fox-hunting : Breaking cover ; Stopping hounds that have changed ; and 

two others, after and by Samuel Howitt, set of four aquatints, in colours 
(Fores), £14 14s. 

137 Going to cover ; and The death, after H. Aiken, by C. Bentley, pair of aqua- 

tints, in colours (Sabin), £12 12s. 

138 Going to cover ; and The death, after H. Aiken, by T. Sutherland, aquatints, 

in colours ; and two others (Collis), £7 7s. 

139 Doing the thing well ; Doing the down leap ; Doing it furiously ; and three 

others, aquatints, in colours (Spencer), £4 4s. 



166 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

140 Chances of the steeplechase, after J. Pollard, by C. Hunt, pair of aquatints, 

in colours (Eades), £2 12s. 6d. 

141 Going along a slapping pace ; Topping a flight of rails ; and four others, set 

of six aquatints, in colours (Mayne), £4 4s. 

142 Fos-honting, Pigeon-match, Water-hen shooting, and six other plates 

from H. Aiken's " National Sports of Great Britain " ; and six small hunt- 
ing and racing subjects, after H. Aiken, by G. Hunt, aquatints, in colours, 
in three frames (Lindow), £6 6s. 

143 A steeplechase, set of six ; and ten others (Amor), £2 12s. 6d. 



July 16, 191 5. Christie's. 

Pictures and Drawings collected by the late Charles 
Storr Kennedy, Esq., 118, Piccadilly, W. ; also Pictures 
and Drawings, the Property of the late Lewis H. 
Samuel, Esq., 19, Bolton Gardens, South Kensington, 
S.W. ; Pictures and Drawings from various sources. 

The collection of the late Charles Storr Kennedy, Esq., 
118, Piccadilly, W. 

DRAWING.S. 

1 Cosway, R., R.A., after, Lady by a pedestal ; The first race of the season, 

by Chas. Pears, 1907 ; and another (Renton), £7 7s. 

2 Cox, D., Rustic bridge ; Rocky coast (Roe), £1 is. 

3 Fraser, R. W., Elstow ; and A stream (Wallis), £3 3s. 

4 Pearson, C, 1882, Hilly lake scene ; and Crudelitas and Saevitia, a photograph, 

after Sir E. Bume- Jones (Kennedy), £3 3s. 

5 Turner, J. M. W., R.A., Graville-on-the-Seine, pair— sj x 7J (Finberg), £5 5s. 

6 Walton, Elijah, 1877, In the desert ; Hilly river scene, by F. Davis, 1880 ; 

and two others (Kennedy), £1 13s. 

PICTURES. 
•J Ansdell, William, Steady at the point— 231x35* (Kennedy), £11 ns. 

8 Arellano, Howers in a sculptured vase — 24JX igi (B. Carter), £11 iis. 

9 Bigg, W. R., R.A., News from the war — 13^x11* (Lyons), £12 is. 6d. 

10 Boucher School. Pense til aux raisins — 30x42 (Renton), £8 8s. 

11 School of Breughel. The seasons : landscapes, with buildings and figures, a 

set of four — 2oi x 33! (Dixon), £8 i8s. 6d. 

12 School of Breughel. Landscape, with sportsmen ; and Landscape, with 

windmills and figures, pair, copper — 14J x 19J (Banduin), £6 i6s. 6d. 

13 Canaletto School. View on the Grand Canal, Venice ; A bay scene, panel ; 

and Fruit on a table (Meinentzhagen), £5 15s. 6d. 

14 Duffield, W., 1853, Dead swan and peacock, with figures, by Sir J. Gilbert, 

R.A. — 42x65 (Kennedy), £23 2S. 

15 Early English School. Lady, in blue and white dress, with powdered hair ; 

and Thomas Hylton, in blue robes and white cravat. School of Kneller 
(Kennedy), £25 4s. 

16 Fr^re, Ed., La Cour de Catoir, Ecouen — 14^ x 18 (Jones), £1 is. 

17 Frith, W. P., R.A., 1871, Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn— iSJ x i4i (Kennedy), 

£17 17s. 

18 Haensbergen, J. van, Lady, in dark dress, with embroidered skirt, seated 

near a window ; and A sandy road, with figures, panel (Hanbury), £8 8s. 

19 Heins, D., Gentleman, in brown dress ; and Lady, in red dress, pair ; signed 

and dated 1726 — 29x24 (Kennedy), £6 i6s. 6d. 



Christie's.] July i6, 1915. 167 

20 Huysum, J. van, Basket oi flowers near a sculptured vase — 42 x 30 (Leggatt), 

£28 7s. 

21 Kneller, Sir G., Duchess of Hamilton, in blue dress with brown scarl — 47 x 37J 

(Lager), £10 ids. 

22 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Gentleman, in dark coat with white stock, red 

curtain and landscape background — 30 x 25 (Leggatt), £81 i8s. 

23 Lorme, A. de. Courtyard of a palace, with figures and horses, by J. Lingel- 

bach — 51 X 59 (Maynard), £7 7s. 

24 Mengs, R., Frederick, King of Sweden, in blue dress and sash, ermine cloak — 

30JX24J (Martin), £31 los. 
35 G. M„ 1 714, Ducks and poultry, in a landscape, panel — 22JX32 (Renton), 

26 Pyne, J. B., Mill-stream — i7jX25i (Newman), £8 iSs. 6d. 

27 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., after. The laughing girl — 36^X271 (Renton), £8 8s. 

28 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., after, Portrait of Angelica Kaufiman — 29x24^ 

(Renton), £35 14s. 

29 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., after. Lady, in yellow tlress ; and Boy holding a 

book (Renton), £29 8s. 

30 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., after. Lady Elizabeth Herbert and child — 22 x i6i 

(Renton), £30 9s. 

31 Tadema, Sir L. Alma, R..A., 1872, The wine ; R.A. 1873, panel — 6i X 14 

(Dewar), £136 los. 

32 Thors, J., Sandy road, with peasants driving sheep — 24x294 (Misell), £i is. 

33 Wattier, Garden scene — 63x65 (Kennedy), £58 16s. 

34 Watts, G. F., R.A., The Carrara Mountains from Pisa, panel — lox 17 (Martin), 

£110 5s. 

35 Unknown, A showery day^-gj x 26J (Leggatt), £8 8s. 

36 Webb, James, Fisherfolk resting — i6|xi2j (Carpenter), £2 12s. 6d. 

37 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., Putting off from the shore — 9J x i5i (Watson), £1 6s. 



DRAWINGS. 

38 Wimperis, E. M., 1874, Moorland scene — gjxisj (White), £25 4s. 

39 Hardy, T. B., 1877, Boulogne harbour — i8f x 27J (Willis), £9 9s. 

40 Turner, W. (of Oxford), 1839, View of Oxford — 10^x14} (Collard), £6 6s. 

41 Callow, W., 1879, Canale della Posta, Venice — 17JX13J (Bowden), £5 5s. 

42 Callow, W., 1878, Place Ste. Pharailde, Ghent — 10X14J (Bowden), £5 5s. 

43 Richardson, T. M., At Laveni, Maggiore ; and Isola Madre, pair — 7| x 5f 

(Bowden), £21. 

44 Orchardson, Sir W. Q., R.A., The housewife — 18x13 (Wallis), £19 19s. 

45 Brabazon, H. B., Old houses in Sedlescombe Village, Sussex — 104x14} 

(Reeves), £1 iis. 6d. 

46 Brabazon, H. B., Pointe Pesade, Algiers ; and Studies of flowers (Reeves), 

£1 IS. 

47 Ward, Leslie (" Spy "), Duke of Hamilton, a cartoon to Vanily Fair lot 

October i8th, 1873 ; and Sir George Wombwell, Bart., by C. Pellegrini, 
a cartoon for January 24th, 1874 (Wallis), £6 6s. 

48 Collier, Tom, Fittleworth Common — 9JX I3i (Price), £25 4s. 

49 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1846, Cattle on the Thames— iij x i7i (Fuller), £29 8s 

50 Tayler, F., 1870, Letting hounds into covert — iif xi5i (Boder), £14 14s. 

51 Collier, Tom, A Surrey common — 9JX 13} (Price), £23 2S. 

52 Bruckman, W. L., In the Chiltem Hills — 13^x19 (Arnold), £1 5s. 

53 Ludovici, A., In the park — 9JXI1J (Newman), I2S. 

54 Ludovici, A., A park scene ; and Reading (Newman), £1 los. 



1 68 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

55 Hardy, T. B., Off the pier ; and Highland cattle, by H. B. Willis, 1876 

(Sampson), £2 2S. 

PICTURES. 

56 Lecomte, E. Vernet, 1869, Girl, with castanets — 25 x 17J (Holland), £2 12s. 6d. 

57 Webb, James, Sunset, panel — 9 x 19! (Haines), £6 i6s. 6d. 

58 East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A., Misty meadows — 9}xi4j (Liberty), £4 4s. 

59 Chalmers, Hector, In shelter, panel — 8J^xi2j (Schwabacher), £2 12s. 6d. 
'60 Cole, George, Haymakers resting — i7iX35i (White), £3 13s. 6d. 

6i-CConnor, A. Beiitley, 1911, The release of Ariel ; " The Tempest," Act i, Scene ii 
— 59x37! (Bell), £r iis. 6d. 

62 Leemputten, J. L. van, A flock of sheep ; and Poultry (Main), £5 15s. 6d. 

63 Schouten, H. van, Harvest-time — 31x47 (Pilides & Co.), £2 2S. 

64 Mcullemans, J., Sea-pieces: Morning, and Evening, pair — 22jX34i (Pilides 

and Co.), £1 12s. 

65 Schouten, H. van. Sheep in a barn — 23 x 35 (E. Payne), £3 3s. 

66 Schouten, H. van. Tending the flock — 23 x 35 (Pilides & Co.), £2 2S. 

67 Holder, E. H., The Thames at Streatley ; and On the Thames near Wargrave, 

by John Rees — gf x 13^ (Love), £4 14s. 6d. 

68 Cortes, A., Cattle in a pasture — 22^ x 30^^ (Lacey), £15 15s. 

69 Shayer, W., senr., A farm stream, with cattle — 27^x35!^ (Adham), £47 5s. 

70 Lejeune, A. F., 1888, Under the cliffs — 34x48 (Brash), £1 iis. 6d. 

71 Lejeune, A. F., 1891, Ville et chateau, Grignan — 40x70 (Brash), £2 2S. 

72 Merle, Hugues, An object of pity — 584^X37i (Permain), £2 2S. 

73 Adams, J. Claj'ton, 1889, Common rights; R.A. 1889 — 41JX 59 (Price), 

£12 I2S. 

74 Campotosto, H., Boy, seated in a field ; and The prisoner, by F. de Braekleer, 

panel (NewTnan), £2 12s. 6d. 

75 Tenkate, H., 1864, Reading the news, panel — 6J x 8 (Cassell), £4 14s. 6d. 

76 Morland, The pigstye — 27 x 35^ (Haines), £5 5s. 

77 Mulready, W., R.A., The forgotten word, panel — lyi x 13^ (Mitchell), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

78 Walker, J. Hanson, Faces in the fire — 21^x25^ (Witt), £5 5s. 

79 Velten, H., A horse-fair, panel — SJxiii (Lowenstein), £26 5s. 

80 Velten, H., The attack, panel — 9x12! (Neaves), £23 2S. 

81 Wallter, J. Hanson, Pamela — 2ijxi7i (Hale), £4 14s. 6d. 

82 Roqueplan, C. J. E., A mother and child ; and The love-sick lion, varnished 

drawing (Banduin), £2. 

83 Beaumont, Sir George, Conway Castle ; and Cromwell and his officers, panel 

(Carpenter), £2 2S. 

84 Niemann, E. J., 1872, Cader Idris and Dolgelly ; and Carisbrook (Permain), 

£3 3S. 

85 Jutsum, H., God's Acre — 25x36^ (Crome), £1 lis. 6d. 

85 Chambers, G., Off Dover ; and In Marlow meadow : early morning, by 
P. H. Ellis (Carpenter), £2 12s. 6d. 

87 Lyoncourt, H. de, Aven Valley ; Henaut Castle in the distance : Brittany — 

21 X3gJ (Brash), £2 2S. 

88 Lyoncourt, H. de. Fishing near Pont Aven, Brittany — 15! x 22J (Brash), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

89 Canaletto School. Entrance to the Grand Canal, Venice — 30x50 (Leger), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

90 Canaletto School. View on the Grand Canal, Venice — 30 x 50 (Leger), £13 13s. 

91 Pine, Portrait of George II ; and An Italian landscape, with peasant woman 

and animals, panel (Hulmc), £3 3s. 



Christie's.] July r6, 191 5. 169 

92 Ramsay, Mrs. West, in brown dress trimmed with lace — 35x27 (Vokes), 

£9 9S. 

93 Dowmnan, J., A.R.A., Sancho Panza in his Government of Barataria ; R.A. 

1 801 — 51 X 69 (Lucas), £22 IS. 

94 Downman, J., A.R.A., Don Qmxote recommends Rosinante to the care of 

my Governor of the Castle as "' the finest creatiure in the world " ; R.A. 
1801 — 51 X 69 (Lucas), £13 13s. 

95 Goyen, J. van, Landscape, with figures skating, a windmill and buildings 

in the background ; signed, and dated 1623 ; panel, circular — 4 ins. diam. 
(Gooch), £13 13s. 

96 Neer, A. van der, Town on a river, with figures in the foreground, sailing- 

boats in the middle distance : moonlight, panel — 22 x 28 (Leger), £73 los. 

97 Garofalo, Benvenuto da, Death of Procris, panel — 24x27 (Leger), £7 7s. 

98 Canaletto, A., Courtyard of the Doge's Palace, with figures — 32jX23i 

(Maynard), £52 los. 

99 German School. Gentleman, in black dress and cap, panel — lol x 8| 

(Carpenter), £10 los. 
100 Venetian School. Head of an old man — 15JX13J (Bacon), £31 10s. 
loi Reynolds, Head of a man, with dark coat and yellow vest — 16J x 13* (Leggatt), 

£10 105. 

102 Ostade, Interior of a Dutch cottage, with vegetables in the foreground, and 
boors smoking, panel (Weekes), £9 9s. 



Property of the Rev. W. Gordon Baillie, and sold for 
the benefit of the Funds of the British Red Cross Society 
in Aid of the Sailors and Soldiers totally incapacitated in 
the War. 

103 Raeburn, Sir H., R.A., John Baillie, Esq. (of Roehampton, Jamaica, and of 
Lovell Hill, Berkshire, bom November 20th, 1771, died at sea June, 
1832), in dark green coat, with yellow vest and white stock, seated in an 
arm-chair, holding a quill pen in his right hand, and a paper in his left — 
35 X 27I (VVallis), £215 5s. 



Property of the late Lewis H. Samuel, Esq., 19, Bolton 
Gardens, South Kensington. 

DRAWINGS. 

104 Bonington, R. P., Boats becalmed — 6JX9J (Sampson), £5 5s. 

105 Callow, W., Falmouth — 9jxi2i (Agnew), £12 12s. 

106 Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1882, Three cows in a meadow — 9ixi2 (Harris), £21. 
IC7 Cooper, T. S., R.A., Three sheep in a pasture — sJxSJ (Pennain), £16 i6s. 

108 Cotman, J. S., A hay-barge — 10x16 (Leggatt), £16 i6s. 

109 Foster, Birkct, Early autumn — lojxisj (Pickering), £99 15s. 

110 Foster, Birket, Bacharach-on-the- Rhine, vignette (Mitchell), £23 2S. 

111 Glindoni, H. Gillard, 1889, The travelling pedlar — 17JX12J (Fores), £4 iss. 

112 Goodall, F., R.A., 1865, Eastern charity — 19^x32^ (Bowden), £32 lis. 

113 Hodgson, S. J., 1883, Street in Antwerp — 29 x 21J (Lowenstein), £3 3s. 

114 Huet, J. B., A shepherdess; signed, and dated 1788, pastel — 15^x11^ 

(Coureau), £136 los. 

115 Johnstone, H. J., The fern-gatherer — 9ix7 (B. Carter), £42. 

116 Lamont, T. R., Their ancestor — I2ix6i (Sampson), £1 is. 



I70 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

117 Lament, T. R., The reader — 7JX10J (Mitchell), £2 12s. 66. 

118 Leandni, S., View in Venice ; and Negro's head, by F. Smallfield, 1863 

(Lowenstein), £1. 

119 Paton, Frank, 1889, The good old days ; and The ' London and Manchester " 

coach in the snow, pair — 5ix7i (B. Carter), £11 iis. 

120 Paton, Frank, 1888, Rough and ready — 4x6 (B. Carter), £9 9s. 

121 Roberts, D., R.A., Classical niins — 8^x12 (Sampson), £10 los. 

122 Roussofi, A. N., 1907, Sunny Cairo — 38 x 24i (B. Carter), £33 12s. 

123 Sherrin, J., Grapes and apples — y{ x 9J (F. Partridge), £6 6s. 

124 De Wint, P., Winding stream, with boats and figxires — 11JX15J (Pickering), 

£13 13s. 

PICTURES. 

125 Bf-avis, R., Street in Nuremberg — 13^x11^ (Schwabacker), £2 12s. 6d. 

126 Blinks, T., 1883, Where's the field 7—31^x24 (White), £5 6s. 

127 Cej, C. (Florence), Italian peasant children, pair — 37j x 21 (Spencer), £9 9s. 

128 Chambers, G., A breeze in the Channel, panel — 13X17J (Permain), £9 9s. 

129 Cox, D., Scene on the South Coast, panel — 4I x 7f (Palser), £3 3s. 

130 Creswick, T., R.A., Haddon Hall— 8xioi (Halted), £4 4s. 

131 Don, G., after. The violinist, panel — isJxiii (Schroeder), £9 gs. 

132 Dyckmans, J. L., 1862, Opportunity makes thieves, panel — 29 x 244 (Wallis), 

£65 2S. 

133 Early English School, style of. Lady, in white muslin dress — 29^x24^ 

(Sampson), £9 19s. 6d. 

134 Fisher, Mark, A.R.A., 1882, The watering-place — 131x19 (Jackson), £22 is. 

135 Forbes, £. A. Stanhope, 1902, Scene from " Measure for Measure " — 29^x36 

(Brash), £10 los. 

136 Garland, C. T., 1890, Neddy's birthday — 17JX21 (Mayer), £4 4s. 

137 Goodall, F., R.A., 1870, Moorish interior — 15x21 (Mayer), £3 3s. 

138 Greuze, Lady, in pink dress, with black cape ; and Lady, in white striped 

dress (Johnson), £5 5s. 

139 Haquette, G., 1884, Departure of the fisherman — 37 x 27 (Banduin), £2 12s. 6d. 

140 Horsley, J. C, R.A., 1879, A trespasser — 29 x 22 (Sampson), £13 2S. 6d. 

141 King, Hayncs, A quiet day in port: Whitby, panel — iifxgi (Mullen), 

£9 9S. 

142 Masquerier, J. J., Mademoiselle Parisot — 48J x 39 (Pacey), £10 los. 

143 Paton, Frank, 1892, Great expectations — 21 x 25J (Leggatt), £3 3s. 

144 Paton, Frank, 1890, A declaration of war — 19^x234 (Leggatt), £3 3s. 

145 Paton, Frank, " Something moved " ; " After him ' " and " Poor bunny," 

a set of three, in one frame^ — •8i x iij (Leggatt), £7 7s. 

146 Pickering, H., John Ihomas Batt, Esq., jxinior, when a boy, in a landscape, 

with a dog by his side — 49^x39 (Carpenter), £7 17s. 6d. 

147 Pritchett, E., Entrance to the Grand Canal, Venice — 27I x 41J (Mayer), 

£19 19s. 

148 Stanfield, C, R.A., Italian coast scene, panel — 12x18 (Mitchell), £18 7s. 6d. 

149 Valentini, V. (Florence), Darby and Joan — 17 x 24 (Sampson), £4 4s. 

150 Vickers, A., Canal scene, with boats and windmills — iijxi7j (Sampson), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

151 Vickers, A., The Thames at Eton — iijx i6| (Evans), £9 9s. 

152 Westerbeck, C, 1898, Return of the flock— 19x31 (Cassell), £16 5s. 6d. 



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July 23, 191 5. Christie's. 

Sporting Pictures, the Property of a Gentleman ; and 
Old Pictures, the property of the late Mrs. C. R. Weir, 
Enfield, Eastbourne ; also Pictures and Drawings, the 
Property of the late Sir Charles A. Hartley, K.C.M.G., 
26, Pall Mall, S.W. ; and from various sources. 

The Property of the late Mrs. C. R. Weir, Enfield, 
Eastbourne. 

PICTURES. 

1 Albano, Mj^tic marriage of Saint Catherine ; and Adoration of the Magi, 

copper (Meinertzhagen), £5 15s. 6d. 

2 Gandini, Madonna and Cliild ; and Lady holding a book, by Sirani (Weir), 

£5 5S. 

3 Lorenese, G. B., Seaport, with boats, figures disembarking in the foreground 

— 27JX41 (Weir), £3 3S. 

4 Melzo, Francesco, Madonna, in blue and red dress, holding the Infant Saviour, 

panel — 16^x13 (F. Partridge), £11 os. 6d. 

5 Paul, J., Hadleigh— 33JX43 (Boss), £8 i8s. 6d. 

6 School of Perugino. Madonna and Child, with Saint John, in elaborate gilt 

frame, panel, arched top — 2i|xi6 (Boss), £42. 

7 Tassi, Queen of Sheba before Solomon ; and The calling of Barnabas, pair — 

18X24J (Boss), £7 7s. 

8 School of Lippi. The Archangel Gabriel, two in one frame ; and Christ 

disputing with the doctors, by J. Belchey, panel (Bathurst), £10 los. 



Property of the late Sir Charles A. Hartley, K.C.M.G., 
26, Pall Mall, S.W. 

9 An album, containing a portrait of NoUekms, in pencil, attributed to Van 
Dyck ; a sepia drawing of Diana, attributed to Rembrandt ; and other 
studies attributed to Sir E. Landseer, R.A., A. Goltzius, F. Houbraken, 
S. Ricci etc. (116) (Huggins), £13 13s. 
DRAWINGS. 

10 Aiken, H., Ofl the scent — SJ x loj (Pawsey & Payne), £4 4s. 

11 Vacher, C, 1855, La Tarantella ; A storm off Mont St. Michel, by H. Gastineau ; 

and A rough sea, by C. Bentley (Sampson), £5 5s. 

12 Aiken, " Dutch Syntax," with jockey up ; and Rubbing down, pair — 8i x loj 

(McDonald), £1 iis. 6d. 

13 Backhuysen, Dutch luggers in a storm ; and Boats at the mouth of a river, 

panel (Smith), £7 7s. 

14 Canaletto, Town on a river, with figures — 15 J x 20} (Meinertzhagen), £2 12s. 6d. 

15 Neer, van der. Town on a river, with skaters, panel — 17x24^ (Smith), 

£6 6s. 

16 Watson, J. D., Sir Walter Raleigh— 15} x lai (F. Partridge), £5 15s. 6d. 



DRAWINGS. 
Augustus, G. Gilbert, The Holy Family with Saint Elizabeth and Saint John ; 

inscribed " G. Gilbert Augustus, 1696 " — 21 x 17 (McDonald), £1 2S. 
Atkins, H., Himtsman and hounds, unframed — SJxiot (Pawsey & Payne) 

£3. 



172 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

19 Henderson, C. Cooper, Coaching scenes (3) ; and A phaeton (Roe), £17 17s. 

20 Fielding, C, Off the coast ; A mined castle, by W. Callow ; and A beach 

scene, by A. Montague (Bowden), £1 los. 

21 Russell, J., R.A., 1793, The country doctor ; presented by the artist to the 

great-grandfather of the present owner, pastel — 23x17 (Leeke), £89 5s. 

22 Bigg, The union, a set of four — 13 x 15 (Stoner), £19 19s. 

23 Buck, Adam, 1822, Young girl (said to be Princess Victoria), in a landscape — 

9jx6f (Pawsey & Payne), £10 los. 

24 Sigalon, after. Head of a lady, wearing a blue hat with white feather, by 

L. Lemdz, pastel, oval — 17^x14^ (P. Moore), £1 5s. 

25 Dietricy, The farrier's shop — 14 x loi (F. Partridge), £2 2S. 

26 Downman, J., A.R.A., after, Penelope, wife of Thomas Northmore, Esq., 

oval — 7}x6 (Moore), £1. 

27 Walters, W. VV., View in the Highlands — 15J x 26 (Smart), £1 2S. 

28 Southgate, Frank, Herons — 23J x 35J (Moore), £2 5s. 

PICTURES. 

29 Portraits of Shakespeare and Spencer, in ovals, pair ; and Adoration of the 

Magi, copper (Buck), £4 14s. 6d. 

30 Venetian School. Gentleman, in red dress edged with fur, seated in an arm- 

chair, holding a book in his left hand — 34^x28^ (Duveen), £7 17s. 6d. 

31 Greuzc, A family group — 191x25^ (Leger), £3 13s. 6d. 

32 Wolstenholme, D., Sporting dogs (3), (Fores), £6 6s. 

33 Aretino, Spinello, The Pentecost, panel, arched 'op — 9iX3i (Bathiirst), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

34 F. W. M., 1742, Christ in the house of Martha and Mary — 6ixio} (Wise), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

35 Rubens, Sir P. P., Saint George slaying the dragon, panel — 12JX15} (E. A. 

Lewis), £4 4s. 

36 Italian School. A cardinal, in robes, seated, holding a letter — 50 x 37I 

(Carfax), £1 iis. 6d. 

37 Dutch School. Interior of a tavern, with boors merrymaking — 23 x 31^ 

(Moore), £2 12s. 6d. 

38 Bigg, Dulce Domum, copper — 13x19 (Leckie), £2 5s. 

39 Herring, J. F., senr., " Cotherston " in a stable, panel — 8x 10 (Roe), £13 13s. 

40 Early English School. Gentleman, in brown coat, with white stock, oval ; 

Gentleman, in blue coat, with white stock (Boss), £13 13s. 

41 Richardson, An artist, holding a crayon — 29^x25 (Moore), £1 5s. 

42 Dutch School. Figures before a house; and Interior of a cathedral, with 

figures, panel (Scully), £1 tis. 6d. 

43 Italian School. The Holy Family with Saint Elizabeth and Saint John — 

28x23 (Holzapfel), £1 is. 

44 Kauffman, A lady picking honeysuckle, and The sunrise, pair, oval — 16J x 13 

(Leger), £2 2S. 

45 Gainsborough, Lady, in pink dress, seated in a landscape with her young 

daughter by her side, panel — 16J x 13! (White), £6 6s. 

46 Dutch School. Farm scene, with figures, horses, cattle, and sheep — 33! X 51 

(Wilson), £6 6s. 

47 Italian School. Madonna, in red robes, seated, holding the Infant Saviour, 

panel — 12X9J (Carfax), £4 14s. 6d. 

48 Belle, Prince James Edward Stuart, the Old Pretender, in armour, wearing 

the Order of the Golden Fleece, panel — 10 x 7J (Meinertzhagen), £1 iis. 6d. 

49 Dutch School. Interior, with peasants merrymaking — 26JX30J (Tripp), 

£6 6s. 



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50 Kessel, Vase of flowers, with bird, monkey, and shells, panel — 34J x 25J 

(Whiteman), £25 4s. 

51 Italian School. The Trinity with saints in the clouds — 20^x34^ (Moore) , 

los. 6d. 
32 Miel, Jan, Carnival scene — i8iX25 (Bowles), £2 12s. 6d. 
53 Bossche, B. van den, An artist's studio — 29 x 26J (Lacey), £2. 

55 Cradock, L., Wild duck — 17JX23 (Lacey), £6 6s. 

56 Backer, A., A piping shepherd boy ; and Boy with a shell, pair, panel — 

i8| X i5f (Wade), £9 9s. 

57 Lely School. Lady, in red dress, with green scarf, oval — 28JX24 (Lister), 

£8 8s. 

58 Early English School. Lady, in pale brown dress, in an oval, unframed — 

29ix24j (Leger), £9 9s. 
50 Italian School. The Virgin holding the Infant Saviour, panel — 13 x loj 
(Boyle), £3 13s. 6d. 

60 Steen, The sleeping lady, panel — 14x11 (Lacey), £18 i8s. 

61 Early Italian School. Saint John ; and Saint Agatha : the two wings of a 

triptych, pair, panel — 46^ x 18 (Smith), £7 7s. 

62 Albano, Music ; and Bacchus, with infant Bacchanals, in ovals, pair — 15J x iii 

(Moore), £1 fis. 

63 Seghers, Garland of flowers, surrounding portrait of a lady — 36x28 (Leger), 

£5 5S. 

64 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., after, Guiseppe Marchi, oval — 29x23} (Leger), 

£9 gs. 

65 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., after, Mrs.Payne Gallwey, oval — 29x23} (Sampson), 

£i2 IS. 6d. 

66 English School. Lady, in white dress, oval — 29 x 23 (Evans), £7 7s. 

67 Devis, Gentleman, in blue coat and white satin vest, standing in an apartment 

— 26x19 (Robbins), (£6 6s. 

68 Ochtervelt, The interview, panel — i5}xi2 (Johnson), £10 los. 

69 Molenaer, J. M., The slaughter-house, panel — 16 x 21 (Sampson), £9 gs. 

70 Early Flemish School. The Virgin, in a cathedral, kneeling at her devotions 

at a prayer-desk, on which is an open book, panel — 16 x 11} (White), £27 6s. 

71 Durer, A., after. The father of Albrecht Durer, panel — 15 x 12 (Bateman), £4 4s. 

72 Robert, Classical niins, with numerous figures, a set of four — 20} x 15} (Bell), 

£9 9S. 

73 Goyen, van. River scene, with boats — 14 x 26} (Wise), £18 18s. 

74 Teniers, Peasants merrymaking in the courtyard of an inn, panel— 15} x 27J 

(Holland), £10 los. 

75 Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A., Mrs. Cunlifie Offley, in white dress,with yellow scarf, 

seated in a landscape — 36J x 27 (Leger), £73 los. 

76 Devis, A., Robert Walpole, first Earl of Orford, wearing insignia of a Grand 

Master of Freemasonry — 33 x 26 (Leger), £3 3s. 

77 Torrentius, J., Still-life ; on a table covered with a carpet — 46} x 57} (Storey), 

£6 6s. 

78 Vries, H. de, Interior of a palace, with figures, panel — 27J x 39! (Willis), £8 8s. 

79 Steenwyck, H., Interior of a cathedral, with priests and other figures, panel — 

21 X 17 (Stevens), £15 15s. 

80 Thomson, A country-girl — 29x24 (Sampson), £5 15s. 6d. 

81 Cuyp, Paul Potter, panel — 244x19 (Sampson), £5 5s. 

82 Brooking, C, Becalmed — 24} x 39} (Dyer), £5 5s. 

83 Ramsay, Allan, John Coyley, Esq.,of Glasgow, in grey coat — 35 x 27 (Sampson) , 

£19193. 



174 A.RT PRICES CURRENT. 

84 Leiy School. Lady, in brown dress with blue scarf, seated by a table — 49 x 39 

(Leeke), £3 3s. 
84A Campidoglio, Fruit in a landscape — 37x54 (Hyde), £5 5s. 

85 Breem, A. van, Larder scene, with figures and objects of still-life, panel — 

16x20 (Wells), £4 4s. 

86 Poussin, N., The Testament of Eudamidas— a study ; also a copy of the same 

subject ; and two prints (Stow), £2 12s. 6d. 

87 Henry, W., 1872, Temple Bar — 381x33 (Marchant), £2 2S. 

88 Italian School. The Resurrection of Christ, with the Virgin and Saint John, 

unframed, panel— 61 J x 47} (Smith), £4 4s. 

89 English School. William Camden (author of " Camden's Britannia," Head- 

master of Westminster School), wearing white rufi, panel — 23ixi9i 
(Leger), £4 14s. 6d. 

90 Hanneman, A., Culinary utensils — 10x13 (Sculley), 15s. 

91 Ostade, The schoolmaster, panel — 8J x 7i (Lacey), £2 2s. 

92 Hoppner, J., R.A., Lady, in black dress, wearing a necklace ; red curtain 

background— 2gi x 24* (Leger), £25 4s. 

93 Gainsborough, Lady, in blue dress with white lace frills, wearing a pearl 

necklace — 29^x24^ (Taylor), £14 14s. 

94 Opie, J., R.A., Mrs. Hale, of Clifton, in black dress with white lace collar, in an 

oval — 29JX24J (Woods), £27 6s. 
94A Beechey, Sir W., R.A., Mrs. Bland, vocalist at Covent Garden, in white muslin 
dress — 29^x24^ (Holland), £25 4s. 

95 Marieschi, Church of St. Giovanni e Paolo, with figures — 23JX37J (Wise), 

£8 8s. 

96 Bonington, The ferry-boat — 24x39 (Hooper), £4 4s. 

97 Holbein School. Catherine of Aragon, in rich dress, panel — 22 X 17 (Leafe), 

£33 I2S. 

98 Rubens School. Vertumnus and Pomona — 49^ x 39^ (Tomlin), £8 i8s. 6d. 

99 Dutch School. Lady holding a glass of wine, panel — 36 x 33! (Delius), £9 9s. 
100 Bout and Bodewyns, Seaport, with boats and figures — 22 X 32J (Stevens), 

£12 I2S. 

loi Bone, H. P., Rob Roy bidding good-bye to his wife ; and the companion, pail 
—35x26} (Field), £3 13s. 6d. 

102 Italian School. Review of troops before a palace — 12 x 18J (Lacey), £4 4s. 

103 Hudson School. Young girl, in green dress, seated, with a dog and a basket 

of fruit — 45}X34J (Landstein), £2 12s. 6d. 

104 Chalon, H. B., Spaniel in a landscape — 19JX23J (Landstein), I23. 

105 Italian School. Saint Joseph — 23X 17J (Holzapfel), £1 is. 

106 Early English School. Head of a lady, sketch — 23 x 19 (Lacey), £9 9s. 

107 Ring, P. de. Fruit and flowers, on a table covered with a red cloth, panel — 

27x35 (East), £12 IS. 6d. 

108 Baptiste, Flowers in a blue and white jar — 30 x 23 (Rinder), £5 15s. 6d. 

109 Reynolds School. Hon. Thomas Erskine, in brown coat, with white stock — 

29i X 24J (Lyons), £4 4s. 
no Dutch School. Head of the Due of Wesenberche, with lawn collar, panel; 
and head of an old man (Saks), £6 i6s. 6d. 

111 Early Flemish School. Salvator Mundi, panel, arched top — 13 J xgi (Graham), 

£8 8s. 

112 Serres, J. T., 1804, H.M.S. Clyde off St. Maloes, destroying H.M.S. Jason, 1801 

— 23JX35J (Moore), £3 3s. 

113 Ansdell, R., R.A., 1877, The milkmaid — 29! X24i (Lister), £19 19s. 

114 Cooper, A., R.A., 1837, " Mango " (winner of the St. Leger, 1837), with jockey 

up, a horse and trainer seen behind — 34 x 43^ (Ackermann), £15 15s, 



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115 Herring, J. F., senr., 1841, " Guzaee " (winner of the Oaks, 1841), panel ; and 

" Cotherstone " (winner of the Derby, 1843), (Mitchell), £18 i8s. 

116 2^ Early English School. Gentleman, in dark coat, with white stock — 28^x23! 

(Moore), £3 3s. 

117 Magnasco, A., Figure subjects, pair, ovaJ — laj x 10} (Catlock), £9 9s. 

118 WerS, Van der, Landscape, with Flora and cupids — 24 x 29 (Temple), £7 17s. 6d. 

119 The Birmingham Tally- Ho ! coaches, after G. Pollard, by C. Bentley, aquatint, 

in colours (Ackermann), £7 17s. 6d. 

120 Epsom Races, after J. Pollard, by C. Hunt, a set of six, aquatints, in colours 

(Saks), £7 17s. 6d. 

121 The toast — 22J x 28 (Bourke), £3 3s. 

H. Alken. 

122 The Exeter, Lymington and Poole-coach — 27x35 (W. F. Spencer), £4 4s. 

123 The Norwich coach — 19X25J (Bourke), £12 is. 6d. 

124 A mishap on the road to the races — i7i x 29 (Moore), £2 12s. 6d. 

125 Fetching the mails ; and Past and present, pair — 14J x 24 J (Moore), £3 13s. 6d. 

126 The parade for the Derby ; and The finish for the Derby, 1856, pair — 17^x23 

(Rechnitzer), £2 12s. 6d. 

127 Hyde Park Comer ; and In the park, pair — i4lX2oi (Blair), £3. 

128 Inspecting the damage — 16J x 20^ (Blair), £2 los. 

129 The moonlight match between Lieut. ThomMll and Cornet Edgehill, pair — 

i2jx 19 (VVUderstein), £8 8s. 

130 Lieut. Thornhill and Comet Edgehill — 12J x 19J (Sampson), 15s. 6d. 

131 Bird, E., R.A., The raffle for the watch — 26x35 (Smart), £3 13s. 6d. 

132 Blinks, T., Hounds running, pair — 15} x iij (Cassell), £19 19s. 

133 Boughton, T., The Clandon Harriers : James Innis on his favourite mare 

" Libertine " — 27i x 35J (Smith), £42. 

134 Brock, C. E., 1896, The lost steed, panel — 11 x 13 (Wallis), £4 4s. 

135 Brock, C. E., 1906, Sympathy, panel — lojx 13J (Wallis), £5 15s. 6d. 

136 Brock, R. H., 1897, " Hold on, my lad " panel — loj x 14! (Wallis), £6 i6s. 6d. 

137 Hancock, C, 1856, The Dover mail — 27x35 (Bourke), £2 12s. 6d. 

138 Herring, J. F., Peasant-girl, with sheep and ducks in a shed — i3t x i7^(Cassell), 

£335. 

139 Paton, Frank, 1896, The keeper's home — i2}X26i (Smith), £11 ris. 

140 Paton, Frank, Drawing covert; and Returning home, pair — 9ixti| (F. 

Partridge), £11 us. 

141 Pollard, The Dover Royal Mail passing a mansion — 38 x 49 (Edwards), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

142 Pollard, The London and Edinburgh coach — 27x33 (Rechintzer), £3 15s. 

143 Prades, A. de, 1885, The Portsmouth Royal Mail — 15J x 25 (Smith), £2 i3S. 6d. 

144 Shayer, Chas., Outside the Swan Inn — 23J x 35i (F. Partridge), £16 ss. 6d. 

145 Turner, F. C, 1848, In full cry — i7t x 23^ (Ackermann), £16 i6s. 

146 Turner, F. C, Jumping the brook, pair — iij x 13J (Meinertrhagen), £2 12s. 6d. 

147 Wolstenholme, D., The Enfield coach changing horses — 24x33 (Browne), 

£12 I2S. 



176 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

July 23, 1915. Puttick's. 

ENGRAVINGS AND PICTURES. 

26 Smith, J. Chaloner, British Mezzotint Portraits, illustrated, 1884, four vols. 
(Parsons), £14 los. 

38 Winter, by and after Debucourt, aquatint, in colours (Heash), £3. 

39 La Benediction, after Debucourt (Ewart), 16s. 

40 L'hermite, by Marais, after J. B. Greuze (Ewart), gs. 

41 Racehorse " Slane," by J. Harris, after J. F. Herring, aquatint, in colours 

(Ewart), 14s. 

45 Coaching incidents, by C. B. Newhouse, aquatints, in colours, set of four(Fores), 

£2 5s. 

46 The mail-coach in a drift of snow, by G. Reeve, after James Pollard, aquatint 

(Fores), 18s. 
53 Leicestershire covers, by T. Sutherland, after H. Aiken, aquatints, in colours. 
Plates I, III and IV (Charles), £10. 

55 Juvenile navigators, by W. Ward, after G. Morland, mezzotint, cut close 

(Joyce), £2 los. 

56 Children playing at soldiers, by G. Keating, after G. Morland, mezzotint, cut 

close (Joyce), £2 los. 

57 Stable, interior with donkey and figures, by J. Young, after G. Morland, 

mezzotint, proof (Curzon), £7 5s. 
75 Buckingham House, Middlesex, by R. Havell, after J. Burnet, aquatint, in 
colour; (Davi-), £1. 

88 City of Bath, by R. Havell, after T. Clark, aquatint, (HoUiday), £1 7s. 6d. 

89 Town of Chepstow, by and after the same, ditto (HoUiday), £1 7s. 6d. 

91 Lac et Ville de Thun, by Descourtis, after Rosenberg, aquatint, in colours 

(Heath), £1 los. 

92 Chute de la Tritt, by the same, after WoU, aquatint, colours (Heath), £1. 

93 Vue d'un pont sur I'aar, by the same, after Rosenberg, aquatint, in colours 

(Heath), £1. 

94 Ville de Thun, by Janinet, after Wolf, aquatint, in colours (Heath), £1 7s. 6d. 

95 Vue de Thxm, by and after the same, aquatint, in colours (Heath), £1 6s. 

96 Vue du lac de Louwerz, by Descourtes, after Wolf, aquatint, in colours (Heath), 

£i- 

97 Vue du port d'Amsterdam, by Himely, after Gameray, aquatint, in colours 

(Maggs), £i los. 

98 View of the town and harbour of Monte Video, by Merygot, aquatint, in 

colours (Curzon), £1 15s. 

103 Lycett's views in Australia, containing thirty-three plates.aquatints, in colours, 

one vol. (HoUiday), £4. 

104 Jamaica. A series of five views. Plantain trees — Stewart Town, Weston. 

Favel Retreat Penn ; and Town of Falmouth, by Joseph B. Kidd, litho- 
graphs, in colours, in original paper wrapper (Barnard), £2 los. 

112 Island of Lobos ; and Landing of the U.S. Army at Vera Cruz, by Duval, alter 

H. Dacre, lithographs, pair (Heath), £3. 

113 U.S. ironrlad steamer — new ironsides attacking Fort Sumpter, lithograph, 

in colours, 1*63 (Joyce), £1. 

116 Bombardment of Forts Hatteras and Clark by the U.S. fleet, by F. Garland, 

lithograph, in colours (Curzon), £1 los. 

117 New York Street, Brooklyn, by MuUer, after Simpson, Uthograph, in colours 

(Curzon), los. 



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n8 Naval engagement between U.S.S. "Kersage" and "Alabama," after Le 

Breton, lithograph, in colours (F. Sabrn), £$ 15s. 
119 Niagara Falls, The Horseshoe, by Salathe, after Scrbon, lithograph, in colours 

(Joyce), £2 5S. 
ISO View of Philadelphia from Camden, by Smith, after Hill, lithograph, in colours 

{ ), 1 8s. 

lai Rapids above Hadleys Falls, and Little Falls at Lucerne, after W. G. Wall, 

aquatints, in colour (Heath), £2 7s. 6d. 

122 The City of Philadelphia, by S. Seymour, after T. Birch (Cuizon), £7 5s. 

123 Burning of the frigate Philadelphia in the Harbour of Tripoli, February i6tb, 

1804, aquatint, in colours (Joyce), £4 los. 

125 View of the ' ity of Baltimore, by and after R. Havell, aquatint, in colo\irs 

(Heath), £4 5s. 

126 Sleigh scene, Toronto Bay, by E. Walker, after J. T. Downman, lithograph, io 

colours (Joyce), £4. 

127 View of Philadelphia from Fair Mount, looking down the river, aquatint, in 

colours (F. Sabin), £13. 

128 The Falls of Niagara, by C. Hunt, J. Edge, and C. Bently, after Lieut.-Col. 

Cockbum, aquatints, in colours, set oJ five (Curzon), £12 los. 

129 Oliver Cromwell, by Ncuhusius (Heath), £1. 

131 Sir Thos. More, by Bartolozzi, after Holbein, in colours (Brail), £1 6s. 

138 Honourable Artillery Co. officers, by J. King, in colours (Ramage), £1 7s. 6d. 

144 Lord Newbattle and sister, by V. Green, after C. Reid, mezzotint, proof (Bell), 

£3. 

145 Duchess of Marlborough and daughter, by J. Watson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 

mezzotint (Bell), £3. 

148 Beauties of Windsor : Lady Middleton and Lady Grammont, by J. McArdell, 

after Sir Peter Lf:ly, mezzotints (Beer), £7. 

149 Charles James Fox, by J. Jones, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint (Heath), 

£5 5S. 

150 Sir Joshua Reynolds, by V. Green, after himself, mezzotint (Freeman), £2 5s. 

151 Rt. Hon. Earl Howe, by R. Dunkarton, after J. S. Copley, mezzotint (Curzon), 

£5 5S. 

152 Rt. Hon. Lord Rodney, by Gainsborough Dupont, after T. Gainsborough, 

mezzotint (Curzon), £8 los. 

153 Frederick the Great, by J. McArdell, after G. van der Myn, mezzotint (Pollard), 

£l 2S. 

154 Charles James Fox, by J. Fairbum, mezzotint (Bell), £1 6s. 

155 Mrs. Abingdon as " Roxalana,' by J. K. Sberwin, after Sir Joshua Reynolds 

(Brail), 15s. 

156 Countess of Oxford, by and after R. Westall, aquatint, in colours (Brail), £4 15s. 

157 Griselda Countess Stanhope, by J. McArdell, after A. Ramsay, mezzotint, 

first state (Brail), 8s. 

158 Marie de Levis Vicomtesse de Sarsfield, by V. Green, mezzotint (Brail), £2 5s. 

159 Napoleon Biionaparte, by T. Lupton, after R. Lefevre, mezzotint proof (Joyce), 

£13. 

160 Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke, by J. Jones, after G. Romney, mezzotint (Curzon), 

£31. 

Framed. 

161 Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke, by J. Watson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzotint 

(Bell), £13. 
166 Mrs. Crewe and daughter, by J. McArdell, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, mezzo- 
tint (BIythe). f" 



178 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

168 Portrait of a lady (Mrs. Baldwin), by Bartolozzi, after R. Cosway, in red 
(Beer), £1 15s. 

173 Death of General Wolfe, by R. Houston, after E. Penny, mezzotint, in colours 

(Blythe), £4 los. 

174 Milk below maids, by Scbiavonctti, after Wheatley (Beer), £2. 

175 Sleeping nymph, by P. Simon, after J. Opie, in brown (Pollard), £2. 

177 Cupid unveiling Venus, by A. Cardon, after R. Cosway, in brown( Pollard), £1 8s. 

179 The exalted soul, by Bartolozzi, after Rev. M. W. Peters, in colours, proof 

(Morris), £1. 
181 Lord Yarborough's yacht The Falcon, after W. J. Huggins, aquatint, in colours 
(Millbank), £r 17s. 6d. 



PICTURES 

Pictures, the Property of Arthur Hughes, Esq., East 
Side House, Kew Green. 

234 Early English. Portrait of a mother and child, panel ( ) £6. 

237 Early Flemish. Lady, holding a pink, and with armorials and date 1566, 
panel ( ), £8 8s. 

239 Honthorst, G., Boy, with hawk and hound ( ), £9 gs. 

240 Canaletto, The Grand Canal (— ), £12 12s. 

241 Palamedes, A., Music party, panel ( ), £3 15s. 

243 Lely, Sir P., Youth with gun ( ), £3 15s. 

244 Ostade, Boers seated at a table, panel ( ), £3. 

245 Early English. Lady, wearing high head-dress, panel ( ), £4 7s. 6d. 

246 Early English. Sir Richard Southwell, 1554, panel ( ), £2 15s. 

Property of Dr. Burwoocl, Strathmore, EaUng. 

253 Zucarello, Italian scene (Maitland), £1 15s. 

254 Berghem, Pastoral scene (Anderson), £1 los. 

255 Dutch School. Madonna and Child (James), £3 5s. 

258 Shayer, W., senr., The timber carter's team (Belchem), £5 5s. 

Various Properties. 

267 Isabey, Portrait of a lady, on copper, (Belchem), £5 5s. 

275 Zucarello, Rocky landscape, with buildings, figures, and cattle (Appleyard), £2. 

281 French School. A Parisian midnight carnival, unframed (Simpson), £19 19s. 

282 Kinnaird, F. J., " At the spring " (Sampson), £2. 

283 English School. Sportsman and dogs (Chater), £2 15s. 
285 Bromley, J. M., Tying faggots (Chater), £2 2S. 



Christie's.] July 26, 1915. 179 



July 26, 191 5. Christie's. 

Engravings of the Early English School, the Property 
of the late Francis Hall, Esq.; Modern 1-tchings by 
Muirhead Bone, D. Y. Cameron, Axel H. Haig, Hedley 
Fitton, Sir F. Seymour Had en, and James McBey ; Etch- 
ings after J. L. E. Meissonier and Modem Engravings, the 
Property of W. H. Dodgson, Esq., Forest Lodge, Keston, 
Kent, and from various sources. 

ENGRAVINGS OF THE E.\RLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 
Framed. 

1 Cornelia and her children (Lady Cockbum), after Reynolds, by C. Wilkin 

(Pollard), £2 2S. 

2 The discovery ; and The fair seducer, after G. Morland, by E. J. Dumee, pair, 

in bistre (Pollard), £17 17s. 

3 The Duke of Devonshire, after G. Sanders, by C. Turner, proof before any 

letters (Pollard), £5 5s. 

4 Lady Wigram, after Sir T. Lawrence, by C. Turner ; Miss Wolff, after the 

same, by S. Cousins ; and another (Brail), £3 3s. 

5 Selling rabbits, and The citizen's retreat, after J. Ward, by W. Ward, pair, 

printed in colours (Vicars), £63. 

6 The lock ; and The cornfield, after J. Constable, by D. Lucas, pair (Pollard), 

£10 los. 
6a The " Ecce Homo," etching by Rembrandt (Rimell), £2 2S. 
6b The poultry-market ; and The vegetable-market, after J. Ward, by W. Ward, 

pair, printed in colours (Sabin), £199 los. 
6c Morning (the First of September), after G. Morland, by W. Ward, printed in 

colours (Vicars), £35 14s. 
6d The hard bargain, after G. Morland, by W. Ward, printed in colours (Mayne), 

£25 4S. 
6e The farmyard, after G. Morland, by W. Ward, printed in colours, unframed 

(Lindow), £5 5s. 

Unframed. 
y The nut-brown maid ; and Paul Sandby, after F. Cotes, by E. Fisher ; and 

five other portraits, after the same (Davis), £8 8s. 

8 William Romaine, after F. Cotes, by R. Houston, proof before any letters ; 

The Marquis of Rockingham, and seven other portraits, by the same 
(Sabin), £8 8s. 

9 Miss Hudson, after T. Hudson, by J. Faber ; and six portraits of ladies and nine 

portraits of gentlemen, by the same (Davis), £17 17s. 

10 Lady Boyd, The Countess of Coventry, Miss Lewis, and five other portraits, 

after Ramsay,Liotard and others, by J. McArdell(Pawsey & Payne), £12 12S. 

11 Boy playing a flute, after P. Molinaer, by J. McArdell (proof before any letters ; 

Samuel Richardson, after Highmore, and ten other male portraits, by the 
same (Ellis & Smith), £12 12s. 

12 The forge, after A. Brouwer, by J. Mc.\rdell ; and thirteen others (Brail), £2 2S. 

13 Nell G%vynne, af'er Lcly, by Van Bleeck ; Mrs. Yarborough, after Kneller, 

by J. Beckett ; and twelve others (Davis), £15 15s. 

14 George III, after J. Meyer, by R. Purcell, proof before any letters; Mrs. 

Imhofi and child, after Pine, by Dickinson ; and nineteen others (Parsons), 
£15 4S. 6d. 



i8o ART PRICES CURRENT. 

15 A burgomaster, after Rembrandt, by R. Houston, proof before any letters 

(Ellis & Smith), £17 17s. 

16 Man with knife, after Rembrandt, by R. Houston, first state (Ellis & Smith), 

£14 I4S. 

17 Man mending a pen, after Rembrandt, by R. Houston, proof before any letters 

(Colnaghi), £9 9s. 

18 Rembrandt, after himself, by Van Bleeck, proof before any letters ; Woman 

plucking fowl, after the same, by R. Houston ; and another (Colnaghi), 
£8 8s. 

19 Major-General Robert Monckton, after T. Hudson, by J. McArdell, touched 

proof, with arms only (Ellis & Smith), £39 18s. 

20 The Hon. Augustus Keppel, after G. Romney, by W. Dickinson ; and William 

Hayley, after the same, by J. Jacobe (Pawsey & Payne), £4 14s. 6d. 

21 Mrs. Hoppner (Sophia Western), after J. Hoppner, by J. R. Smith, with 

unshaded eyes (Monier), £15 i-,s. 

22 Mrs. Robinson, after G. Romney, by J. R. Smith (Colnaghi), £78 15s. 

23 The series of eighteen life-sized heads of ladies and gentlemen, after and by 

T. Frye (Maggs), £i6 i6s. 

24 Franijois Mallier du Houssay (R.D. 167), and Antoine Barrillon de Morangis 

(R.D. 31), by Nanteuil ; and thirty-three other portraits, engraved in line 
((Lindow), £io los. 

25 Itinerant musicians, after A. van Ostade, by C. Visscher ; and forty-two other 

engravings in line (Lindow), £1 is. 

26 The return Irora shooting, after F. Wheatley, by F. Bartolozzi ; etched letter 

proof, Iramed ;Brall!, £1 los. 

27 J. B. Le Prince : " OEuvre de J. B. Le Prin'-e, Sur le Moeurs les Coutumes et les 

Habillemens de differents peupUs" (Spencer), £11. 
29 An album, containing an interesting collection of portraits, after Sir A. van 
Dyck, chiefly engraved in line (CoUiaghi), £68 5s. 

32 The " Liber Veritas " of Claude Lorraine : A collection of two hundred prints, 

executed by Richard Earlom in the manner and taste of the drawings, in- 
cluding the portrait of Claude Lorraine, and descriptive letterpress, in 
two volumes ; and Ditto : two volumes, each containing twenty prints by 
the same, of drawings in the collection of Mr. Knight (Spencer), 
£3 13s. 6d. 

33 La Crainte Enfantine ; and La Confiance Enfantine, after S. Freudeberg, by 

F. Jaiiinrt, pair, printed in colours (Davis), £18 18s. 

34 Head of a girl, after F. Boucher, by Bonnet, printed in colours ; and two others 

(Ellis Ct Smith), £17 17s. 

ENGRAVINGS AFTER SIR J. REYNOLDS. 

35 Mrs. Abington, by E. Judkins, first state (Ellis & Smith), £6 6s. 

36 Miss Julia Bosville, by J. Watson (Pollard), £8 i8s. 6d. 

37 Lady Almeria Carpenter, by J. Watson ; Hon. Mrs. Barrington, by R. Houston, 

first published state ; and Miss Greenway, by J. Watson (F. Howard), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

38 Countess Comwallis, by J. Watson, first published state (Lindow), £2 los. 

39 Hon. Mrs. Darner, by J. R. Smith ; Mrs. Bonfoy, and Lady Anne Dawson, by 

J. McArdell (Jacobson), £5 5s. 

40 Duke of Devonshire, by J. R. Smith ; The Rt. Hon. Charles Townshend, 

by J. Dixon ; and four others (Wall), £3 3s. 

41 Mrs. Payne Gallwey and child, by J. R. Smith (Ellis & Smith), £67 4s. 

42 The brothers Gawler (schoolboys), by J. R. Smith, first published state (Ellis 

and Smith), £131 5s. 



Christie's.] July 26, 1915. 181 

43 William Kingsley, by R. Houston, proof before the publication line ; and the 

Rev. Lawrence Sterne, by E. Fisher, first state (Maggs), £5 15s. 6d. 

44 Captain John Lockhart, by J. McArdell, first published state ; Lord Edge- 

cumbe, by E. Fisher ; and Marquis of Granby, by R. Houston (Pawsey 
and Payne), £7 7s. 

45 Mrs. Mordaunt, by J. R. Smith, first state (Lindow), £4 14s. 6d. 

46 Mrs. Morris, by J. R. Smith, first state (Leggatt), £10 10s. 

47 Miss Theophila Palmer, by J. R. Smith ; and The Countess Waldegrave, by 

J. McArdell (Pawsey & Payne), £5 15s. 6d. 

48 Lord George Sackville, by J. McArdell, proof before any letters (Ellis & Smith), 

£6 6s. 

49 Admiral Sir Charles Saunders, by J. McArdell, proof with arms only (Davis), 

£22 IS. 

50 Madame Schindlerin, by J. R. Smith, first published state (Ellis & Smith), 

£15 15s. 

51 The student, by J. R. Smith, second state (Howard), £1 5s. 

ENGRAVINGS. 
By J. Smith. 

52 Charles II, James II, William III, Queen Mary, Queen Anne, and George I, 

oval portraits, after Sir G. Kneller (Davis), £14 14s. 

53 Duke of Gloucester ; the Lord ViUiers and his sister ; Lord Clifiord and his 
^ sister ; and Lord Buckhurst and his sister, after Sir G. Kneller (Lindow), 

£4 4S. 

54 Duchesses of Bolton, Monmouth, and Ormond ; Lady Howard ; and Lady 

Elizabeth Cromwell, after Sir G. Kneller (Ellis & Smith), £6 6s. 

55 George, Prince of Denmark ; Earl of Albermarle ; James, Duke of Ormond ; 

Rt. Hon. Charles Montague, two impressions ; and another, after Sir G. 
Kneller (Parker), £7 7s. 

56 Princess Ann of Denmark ; Duchesses of Grafton and St. Albans ; and Coun- 

tesses of Rutland, Essex, Ranelagh (two), and Salisbury, after Sir G. 
Kneller (Jacobson), £5 15s. 6d. 

57 Earl of Exeter ; Grinling Gibbons ; Sir John Vanbrugh ; and five other male 

portraits, after Sir G. Kneller (Dighton), £8 8s. 

58 Mrs. Voss and child, proof and print : Madam D'Avenant, first state ; and six 

other portraits of ladies, after Sir G. Kneller (Ellis & Smith), £5 5s. 

59 Lord Cowper ; Frederich, Duke of Schomberg ; and five others, after Sir G. 

Kneller (Meatyard), £3 13s. 6d. 

60 Dukes of Marlborough, Gloucester, and Ormond ; and the Earls of Dorset, 

Godolphin, Mulgrave, Oxford, and Gifiord, oval portraits, after Sir G. 
KneU^r (Parker), £8 i8s. 6d. 

61 Lady Elizabeth Cromwell ; Mrs. Rachel How ; and three other oval portraits, 

after Sir G. KneUer (Ellis & Smith), £6 6s. 

62 Sir John Percival ; John, Marquis of Blandford ; and five other portraits, 

after Sir G. Kneller (Meatyard), £4 14s. 6d. 

63 George, Prince of Denmark ; Hon Robert Cecil ; Sir Christopher Wren ; 

Isaac Newton ; Thomas Tompion ; and seven other oval male portraits, 
after Sir G. Kneller (Davis), £8 i8s. 6d. 

64 Sir P. Lely, after himself ; Sir G. Kneller, after himself ; seven other portraits 

of painters ; and J. B. Monoyer, after Kneller, by G. White (Pawsey and 
Payne), £6 6s. 
63 The Prince of Wales and his sister, after Largilli^e ; and Princess Sophia of 
Brunswick (Breun), £5 5s. 



i82 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

66 Sir Robert Clayton, after J. Riley ; William Cowper, after Closterman ; and 

Earl of Pembroke, after Wissing (Dighton), £4 4s. 

67 Charles I, after Van Dyck, two different portraits ; James 1, after the same ; 

Duke of Gloucester and Mr. Bathurst, after T. Mvrray ; and two others 
(Sabin), £12 12s. 

68 Major-General Maxwell, after Closterman ; Admiral Sir George Rooke, after 

M. Dahl ; and five others (Ellis and Smith), £9 19s. 6d. 

69 Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons, after Closterman ; The Countess of Rochford, after 

D'Agar ; and seven others (W. Sabin), £6 l5s. 6d. 

70 The Bishop, and Archdeacon of Rochester, after M. Dahl ; eighteen other 

male portraits ; and seven subjects (Parker), £10 los. 

MODERN ETCHINGS. 

Fratned. 

Hedley Fitton. 

71 Advocate's Close, Edinburgh (Vicars), £5 5s. 

72 Barge-builders, Limehouse ; and Church of the Three Kings, St. Emilion 

(MacDonald), £5 15s. 6d. 

73 A flower-market, Florence ; and The Monument (Tooth), £9 19s. 6d. 

74 The Founder's Tomb, Winchester Cathedral (Vicars), £8 i8s. 6d. 

75 Juliet's house, Verona ; and Theatre of Marcellus, Rome (Dunthome), £7 7s. 

76 Pont St. Etienne, Limoges (McDonald), £4 14s. 6d. 

77 Rue Barbette ; and Via de Cappacio, Florence (Dunthome), £5 15s. 6d. 

78 St. Zaccaria, Venice (Vicars), £8 18s. 6d. 

79 Tour de I'Horloge, Tours ; and St. Bartholomew's Gateway (McDonald), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

Sir F. Seymour Haden. 

80 Shere Mill Pond (H. 38), mtermcdiate trial proof, between the first and second 

states (McDonald), £27 6s. 

81 The towing-path (H. 76), (Aitken Dott), £4 los. 

82 Whistler's House, Old Chelsea (H. 54), (Aitken Dott), £8 i8s. 6d. 

83 Out of study window (H. 18), (McDonald), £4 4s. 

84 Battersea Reach (H. 52) ; and Egham Lock (H. 16), second state (Tooth), 

£6 1 6s. 6d. 

85 Horsley's louse at Willesley (H. 99) ; and Fulham (H. 19), first state 

(McDonald), £6 6s. 

86 Kidwelly Town (H. 24) ; Railway encroachment, Kew (H. 74) ; and Brentford 

Ferry (H. 75). (Rimell), £1 15s. 

87 Kensington Gardens, the small plate (H. 12) : Kilgaren Castle (H. 65) ; and 

Cardigan Bridge (H. 67), (Colnaghi), £7 17?. 6d. 

88 Kew Side (H. 82) ; House of the smith (H. 63), first state ; and Newcastle-in- 

Emlyn (H. 62), (McDonald), £3 3s. 

89 Evening (H. 77) ; Shepperton (H. 80) ; and Kenarth (H. 64), (Payne), £3 13s. 6d. 

The Property of W. H. Dodgson, Esq., Forest Lodge, 
Keston, Kent. 

Unfiamed. 
MuiRBEAD Bone. 

90 Liberty's clock (Colnaghi), £54 12s. 

91 Stirling Castle, No. 2 (Aitken Dott), £31 los. 

92 Moore's Yard, Cambridge (D. 136), (Colnaghi), £33 12s. 

93 Demolition of St. James's Hall ; The interior (D. 196), (Aitken Dott), £42. 

94 The Great Gantry, Charing Cross (D. 203), second state (Aitken Dott), £57 15s. 



Christie's.] July 26, 1915. 183 

The Property of a Lady. 

ETCHINGS OF GLASGOW. 

MuiRHEAD Bone. 

Framed. 

95 Title : King Street entry (D. 43), unframed (Aitken Dott), £i 8s. 

96 The Old Jail (D. 44), (Aitken Dott), £23 2S. 

97 Gorbals (D. 45), before the vertical lines were burnished out (Aitken Dott), £21. 

98 Tontine Gates (D. 46), before the work was extended to the edge of the plate 

(Aitken Dott), £23 2s. 

99 Shipbuilders, Whitcinch (D. 47), (Aitken Dott), £29 8s. 
100 The dry dock (D. 48), (Aitken Dott), £23 2S. 

Different Properties. 

Unframed. 
James McBey. 
loi The pool (Aitken Dott), £16 i6s. 

102 The Lion Brewt ry (Aitken Dott), £n os. 6d. 

103 The studio (Colnaghi), £3 13s. 6d, 

104 The skylark (Dunthome), £11 os. 6d. 

105 Repairing a barge ; and Beggars, Tetuan (Aitken Dott), £9 9s. 

Framed. 
Axel H. Haig. 

106 The Interior of Durham Cathedral (Dunthome), £9 9s. 

107 Limburg-on-the-Lahn (Klackner), £4 4s. 

108 At the Fountain of St. George (Pollard), £6 6s. 

109 Palatine Chapel, Palermo (Dunthome), £13 13s. 

110 The Church ot St. Francesco, Assisi (Frost & Reed), £13 13s. 

D. Y. Cameron. 

111 The Crucifix (R. 281), (White), £17 i6s. 6d. 

112 The Doge's Palace (R. 326), (Aitkin Dott), £42. 

113 Still waters (R. 381), (Aitken Dott), £36 5s. 

114 St. Morii (K. 379), before the horizontal lines in the immediate foreground 

(Aitl rn Do t). £13 13s. 

115 The little devil of Florence (R. 401), before the patch of dry-point on right 

hand (Deedcs), £6 i6s. 6d. 

116 The workshop (R. 369), before the disappearance of man outside the window 

on the right (Colnaghi), £18 i8s. 

117 The mosque doorway (R. 413), before the light on niche above doorway (White), 

£52 10s. 

118 The five sisters, York (R. 397), before the darkened foreground (Colnaghi), 

£120 15s. 

ETCHINGS. 
After J. L. E. Meissonier. 
J19 La Rixe, by Bracquemond, artist's proof, signed by the painter and engraver 
(Stimpson), £7 7s. 

120 Lc voyagfur, by A. Boulard, remarque proof (Monier), £6 6s. 

121 I'ost-horscs, by L. Monzies, remarque proof, signed by the painter (Vicars), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

122 The sign-painter, by A. Jacquet, artist's proof, signed by the painter (Watts), 

£2 12s. 6d. 

123 Portrait of the sergeant, by J. Jacquet, artist's proof, signed by the painter 

(J. A. Turner), £3 135. 6d. 



i84 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

124 The guard-room ; aad Le billet-douK, after J. L. E. Meissonier, by J. Jacqnet, 

remarque proofs (Stimpson), £3 3s. 

125 The arrival of the guests, after and by the same ; and La Rixe, after the same, 

by E. Chiquet, remarque proofs (Monier), £8 8s. 

126 La halte; and the Stirrup-cup, after the same, by A, Mignon, remarque proofs 

(Monier), £5 55. 

127 L' Apogee, after tht same, by Coppier, remarque proof (Monier), £j 13s. 6d. 

128 Soldiers gambling, after the same, by A. Jamas ; Le voyageur, after the same, 

by Ruet ; and two others, remarque proofs (Klackner), £3 13s. 6d. 

129 Le guide, by A. Jacquet, remarque proof (Gooden and Fox), £19 19s. 

130 Les renseignments, by the same, remarque proof (Wood), £14 14s. 

131 The sign-painter, by the same, remarque proof, signed by the painter and 

engraver (Wilton), £10 los. 

132 Partic de cartes, by A. Lalouze, remarque proof (Monier), £5 15s. 6d. 

133 Napoleon, 1814, by A. Mignon, remarque proof (Vicars), £6 6s. 

134 Le Marechal Ferrant, by the same, remarque proof (Monier), £3 3s. 

135 Post-horses, by L. Monzies, remarque proof, signed by the painter and engraver 

(Wills), £7 7S. 

136 Bon Amis, by J. Jacquet, remarque proof (Drake), £1 iis. 6d. 

137 Les ordonnances, by the same, remarque proof (Stimpson), £3 3s. 

138 " 1806 " (Jena), by the same, remarque proof (Vicars), £18 i8s. 

139 " 1807 " (Friedland), by the same, remarque proof, signed by the painter and 

engraver (Welton), £27 6s. 

140 Le voyageur, by A. Boulard, remarque proof (Turner), £9 19s. 6d. 

141 Piquet, by the same, remarque proof, signed by the painter and engraver 

(Stimpson), £10 los. 

142 Dimanche. by the same ; and La rentree an chateau, by F. A. Laguillermie, 

remarque proofs (Drake), £4 14s. 6d. 



143 Vive I'Empereur, after Francjois Flameng, by A. Boulard, remarque proof, 

signed by the painter and engraver (Henry), £13 13s. 

144 La Revue, 1810, after and by the same ; and Corps de Garde, after the same, 

by V. L. Focillon, remarque proofs, signed by the painter and cng ravers 
(Brail), £3 13s. 6d. 

145 The skirmishers, after E. Detaille, by A. Jacquet ; Bonaparte, Premiere Cam- 

pagne d'ltalie, after the same, by A. Lamotte ; and the Coup de I'Etrier, 
after the same, by L. Salles, remarque proofs, signed by the painter and 
engraver (Monier), £15 15s. 

146 Napoleon et son Etat-Majors, by A. Lamotte, and An author, by L. Salles, 

remarque proofs ; and The philosopher, by Le Rat, artist's proof (Brail), 
£4 14s. 6d. 

Property of the late Rev. Edward F. Cave-Browne-Cave, 
Holbrook, Hampton Park, Hereford. 

MODERN ENGRAVINGS AND ETCHINGS. 

147 The horse-fair, after Rosa Bonheur, artist's proof (Winterbotham), £5 15s. 6d. 

148 The Monarch of the Glen, after Sir E. Landseer, by T. Landseer, artist's proof, 

signed by the painter and engraver (Vicars), £11 iis. 

149 The stag at bay, after Sir E. Landseer, by T. Landseer, artist's proof ; and, 

Bolton Abbey in the olden times (Curzon), £3 3s. 

150 Morning ; and Night, after Sir E. Landseer, by T. Landseer, artist's proofs 

signed by the painter (J. A. Lewis), £9 9s. 



Christie's.] July 26, 1915. 185 

151 North porch, Chartres Cathedral, etching by Axel H. Haig (Dunthorue), £i is. 

152 Interior of Toledo Cathedral, etching by Axel H. Haig (Dunthome), £21. 

153 Pampluna : returaing froiri the fair, etching by Axel H Haig (Dunthome), 

£1 15s. 



Different Properties. 

154 Water-mill, after J. M. W. Turner, by R. Dunkarton, first state, unframed 

(McDonald), £2. 

155 The sheepfold : Moonlight, etching by J. Richeton, remarque proof ; and four 

others (Colnaghi), £1. 

156 Rheiins Cathedral, etching by H. Toussaint ; Ghent and Huy Cathedrals ; and 

four others (Spiller), 5s. 

157 Duchess of Devonshire, after Sir J. Reynolds, by S. Cousins, artist's proof 

(Vicars), £7 7s. 

158 Countess Grosvenor, after Lawrence, by S. Cousins, open letter proof (Vicars), 

£3 5S. 

159 The Ladies Waldegrave, after Sir J. Reynolds, by G. S. Shury, artist's proof ; 

and Pascoe Grenfell, after Shee, by S. Cousins (Bourke), £2 2s. 

160 Mrs. Townley Ward, after G. Romney, by Scott Bridgwater, artist's proof 

(Evans), £5 5s. 

161 Mrs. Cunliffe Oflley ; and Mrs. Thornton, after Sir T. Lawrence, by Scott 

Bridgwater, artists' proofs (Colnasjhi), £6 i6s. 6d. 

162 Miss West, after Sir T. Lawrence, by N. Hirst, artist's proof (Moniei), £1 iis. 6d. 

163 Lady Hamilton as " a Bacchante," after G. Romney, by N. Hurst ; and Lady 

Smythe and children, after Reynolds, by S. E. Wilson, artist's proofs 
(Monicr), £3 13s. 6d. 

164 Mrs. Cupliffc Offlcy, afttr Sir T. Lawrence, by Scott Bridgwater artist's rroof 

(Colnagh ), £1 los. 

165 Mrs. Thornton, after and by the same ; and Mrs. Elliott, after Gainsborough, 

by the same, artists' proofs (Vicars), £1 is. 
165A The otter-hunt, after Sir E. Landseer, by C. G. Lewis, artist's proof (Coke), 
£2 I2S. 6d. 

165B The horse-fair, after Rosa Bonheur, engraver's proof (Monier), £3. 

166 Lady Georgiana Fane, after Lawrence, by J. C. Webb ; and The Duchess of 

Devonshire, after Gainsborough, by Arendsen, artist's proofs (King), £1 is. 

167 Play, etching by Herbert Dicksee, artist's proof ; and The clover-field, 

ditto (Klackner), £4 14s. 6d. 

168 Cinderella, proof ; and Fire-worshippers, etching by the same, artist's proof 

(Frost & Reed), £2 2S. 

169 The sun has closed a winter's day, after J. Farquharson, by Herbert Sedcole, 

artist's proof, signed by the painter ; and The astronomers, etching after 
Roybet by Waltner, remarque proof, signed by the painter (Frost & Reed), 
£5 5s. 

170 View of D<;lft, etching after Jan Verraeer, by Van Roggen, remarque proof 

(Dunthorne), £5 los. 

171 The pearl necklace, etching after Jan Vermeer, by C. L. Dake, artist's proof ; 

and La Laiti6re, after Greuze, by J. Jacquet, remarque proof (Monicr) 
£2 i2S. 6d. 
172, 174 and 175 A lady on a sofa, etching by A. Etienne, printed in colours ; and 
The Rokeby Venus, after Velasquez, printed in colours. Mademoiselles 
Letellier, Law, and Fourton, 3 etchings by Paul Helleu, printed in colours. 
Portrait of a lady ; and A lady, with fur, etchings by the same, printed 
in colours (Vicars), £1 is. 



i86 ART PRICES CURRENT. 



July 30, 1915. Christie's. 

Pictures and Drawings, collected by the late Sir Horace 
Regnart, 29, Gordon Square, W.C. ; also Water Colour 
Drawings and a few Pictures collected by the Rev. A. E. 
Clementi Smith, Fir Grove, Sunninghill, Ascot ; the late 
F. P. Murray, Esq., 27, Eaton Square, S.W. ; and Pictures 
and Drawings from Various Sources. 

Property of the Rev. A. E. Clementi Smith, Fir Grove, 
Sunninghill, Ascot. (The Rev. A. E. Clementi Smith was 
a cousin of J. Varley, and a nephew of Copley Fielding.) 

DRAWINGS. 

1 Barret, G., Eton ; and Imogen in the cave, by G. F. Robson (Bowden), £2 2S. 

2 Callow, W., 1836, Landscape, with view over a town — 9x12! (Cassell), 

£9 19s. 6d. 

3 Cattermole, G., Interior of a church, with figures — 18JX12J (Crome), £2 2S. 

4 Constable, J., R.A., Country road, with cottages and sheep — 6 x 9 (Bowden), 

£14 14s. 

5 Cox, D., 1811, Hilly lake scene, with bathers — 13^x20! (Agnew), £26 5s. 

6 Cox, D., River scene, with bridge — 5^x8 (Cassell), £7 7s. 

7 Cox, D., Yarmouth — loj x I4i (Dcwar), £11 os. 6d. 

8 Cox, D., Bolton Abbey — gj x 14J (Bowden), £15 15s. 

9 Cox, D., Park scene, with deer— iij x 15J (Butters), £5 15s. 6d. 

10 Cox, D., On the terrace — 10^x17 (Butters), £3 13s. 6d. 

11 Crome, J., A quiet pool — 13JX10 (Bowlby), £2 12s. 6d. 

12 Daniell, W., R.A., Windsor— 11 J x 19 J (Mullen), £6 6s. 

13 Cipriani, G. B., R.A., Venus and cupids ; and print of the same, by Bartolozzj, 

circular — 11 ins. diam. (Permain), £27 6s. 

14 Evans, W., St. Margarets Bay and clift — 12^x18} (Crome), £4 4s. 

15 Fielding, C, 1835, Hilly river scene: stormy weather — i3jxi8i (Turner), 

£21. 

16 Fielding, C, A highland valley — i7jX22f (Turner), £4 4s. 

17 Fielding, C, 1821, Hilly lake scene, with fishermen — iiJxi6J (Bowlby), 

£10 los. 

18 Fielding, C, 1832, Landscape, with peasant driving cattle on a road — 7 x 10 

(Mullen), £16 i6s. 

19 Fielding, C, 1-24, Shipping in a breeze — 6} x 9I (Bowden), £22 is. 

20 Fielding, C, Windermere — 7X9J (Pawsey & Payne), £8 i8s. 6d. 

21 Hills, R., 1836, Hilly landscape, with cattle — i2Xi6i (Cassell), £4 4s. 

22 Leitch, W. L., View in Italy, with peasants — 8| x 13J (Turner), £2 12s. 6d. 

23 Naftel, P. J., 1864, On the road to the Ferieri, near Amalfi, oval — 29J x 21 

(Foster), £4 14s. 6d. 

24 Orrock, J., 1886, Bewcastle — 9X12J (Bowlby), £4 4s. 

25 Prout, S., Beach scene, with fisherfolk — 15X20J (Foster), £11 iis. 

26 Richardson, T. M., Laveno, Lago Maggiore — 9x21 (Bowden), £24 3s. 

27 Robson, G. F., View in North Wales, with an aqueduct — 19J x 30^ (Crome), 

£4 4S. 
a8 Uwins, T., R.A., The captive — 9^x7} (Willis), £2 12s. 6d. 
tg Varliy, J., Landscape, with castle, two figures in the foreground — 23^ x 33J 

(Turner), £4 4s 



Christie's.] July 30, 1915. 187 

30 Varley, J., Lake scene, with peasant and cattle — 15 x 20 (White), £3 13s. 6d. 

31 Varley, J., 1823, Bamborough Castle — gjxiai (Mullen), £6 6s. 

32 Varley, J., Harlech Castle — 10x14 (Cassell), £6 6s. 

33 Varley, J., 1826, Lake scene, with castle — iz^xiyi (Greenstreet), £4 14s. 6d. 

34 Varley, J., 1823, Barmouth— 8 x 18 (White), £2 12s. 6d. 

35 Varley, J., Windsor ; and a print of the same, by J. Bluck — 8 x iij (Cassell), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

36 Varley, J., Bolton Abbey — 7X9i (Mate), £4 14s. 6d. 

37 Varley, J., River scene, with cattle : sunset — gj x 15J (Thompson), £3 13s. 6d. 

38 Varley, J., On the Thames — 7J x loj (Naldemess), £3 13s. 6d. 

39 Westall, R., R.A., 1803, Shepherd boy and sheep — iSJ x 14 (Pickering), 

£11 OS. 6d. 

40 Wheatley, F., R.A., Lavinia and her mother — 9x7 (Ellis & Smith), £4 4s. 

41 De Wint, P., Hcrne Bay : J. M. W. Turner, R.A., is seen sketching in the 

foreground — 16 x 25! (Cassell), £4 14s. 6d. 

42 De Wint, P., On the Thames — n x 16J (Muller), £19 19s. 

43 Wright, J. M., The captive maiden — 11 x 15J (White), £4 14s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

44 Bosch, J. van den, Dead birds and a basket of fruit — 23! x 23J (Asscher and 

Co.), £3 13s. 6d. 

45 Ess, J. van, Fruit and still-life, panel — 6Jx8J (Dewar), £7 7s. 

46 Fielding, C, Durham, panel — 8ixiiJ (Turner), £23 2S. 

47 Greuze, Head of a lady, with decollete dress, in an oval — 22J X iSJ (Dewar), 

48 Hardime, P., Flowers in a sculptured vase on a slab — 3iJX27i (Leger), 

£13 13s. 

49 Hondecoeter, M. D., Domestic poultry and other birds — 33x28 (Pickering), 

£25 4S. 

50 Ibbetson, J. C, River scene, with anglers : evening, panel — 13^ x 17J 

(Kobbins), £5 15s. 6d. 

51 Marcellis, O., A shell, butterflies, and still-life — 24ixi9 (Meinertzhagen), 

£12 I2S. 

52 Nasmyth, A., Woody landscape, with figures and sheep, panel — i6§X2if 

(Ncttlefold), £63. 

53 Varley, J., !■ 33, Bamborough Castle — 23^x30 (Mitchell), £5 5s. 

54 Varley, J., Highland lake scene, with an angler and two other figures in the 

foreground — 23^ X 30 (Carpenter), £4 14s. 6d. 

55 Varley, J., Distant view of London — 8JX19 (Cassell), £5 15s. 6d. 



Difierent Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 

56 Coop, Hubert, A lonely height: winter — i7iX29| (White), £2 12s. 6d. 

57 Noble, J. S., Waiting for the guns — gj x 13 (Greenstreet), £3 3s. 

58 Richardson, T. M., A castle on the Rhine — 10x17 (Wallis), £7 7S. 

59 Orrock, J., Scuir-uan-Gillean and Sligachan Inn, Isle of Skyc — 30 x 51 (Wallis), 

£8 8s. 

60 Butler, Lady, A trooper in the 5th Royal Irish Lancers — lojxji (Murphy), 

£15 4S. 6d. 

61 Powell, Alfred, In the meadows, Pulborough — i4iX2i (Carpenter), £5 5s. 

62 Powell, Altred, Hambledon Common, Surrey — 14J x 21J (Carpenter), £5 15s. 6d. 

63 Powell, Alfred, Rye from the mar hes — gj x 13J (Butters), £3 3s. 

64 Solomon, Simeon, Summer ; and Sir Galahad, pair — 12 x 10 (Wallis), £5 15s. 6d. 

65 Hunt, W., Gooseberries, apple, and cherries — 7x10 (Sampson), £5 5s. 



ART PRICES CURRENT. 



66 Orrock, J., Hampton Lucy Church, and the River Avon, near Stratford— 

26i X 39J (Mitchell), £10 los. 

67 Glass, Hamilton, Dunrobin Castle — 13^ x 20J (Brash), £1 is. 

68 Hardy, T. B., 1890, Mouth of the harbour — 15x39 (Robinson & WiUianja), 

£13 2S. 6d. 

69 Hunt, W., Purple grapes and melon — 7 x loj (Wallis), £6 6s. 

70 Orrock, J., A mangold field in Surrey : Peper Harrow in the distance— 

26JX39J (Miller), £10 los. 

PICTURES. 

71 Bonington, Beach scene, with fisherfolk — 22! x 35^ (Woods), £7 7s. 

72 Hayes, Ed., R.H.A., Shipping in a breeze — 9^x13^ (Mullen), £2 12s. 6d. 

73 Ellis, Edwin, Mad March — 36x60 (Sampson), £6 6s. 

74 Rinaldi, J., The miser — 27 x 33 (Holzapfel), £3 3s. 

75 Walker, J. Hanson, Peonies — i7i x 13^ (Wallis), £1 los. 

76 Walker, J. Hanson, Audrey — 23^x19^ (Sampson), £3 3s. 

77 Cole, George, 1881, Fittleworth — 23x36 (Sampson), £15 15s. 

78 Fromentin, E., 1873, La Siesta : a group of Arabs with horses resting, pand^ 

i7iX25i (Airey), £294. 

79 Nicol, Erskine, A.R..^., 1859, An Irish cabin — 17^x23! (Sampson), £92 8s. 

80 Philips, Herman, Contemplation — I7ixi2 (Willis), £10 los. 

81 Smythe, L. P., R.A., Blossom in a vase — loj x 13^ (Sampson), £2 2S. 

82 Glindoni, H. G., 1878, After a good nm, panel ; Cow and calf, by H. Lavery, 

panel ; and Dunstanborough Castle, by Edwin Ellis, a drawing (Sampson), 
£3 3S. 

83 Brett, J., A.R.A., A sea-piece ; Fishing, by Hamilton Jackson ; and Near 

Osborne, by Stuart Lloyd, 1891, panel (Brash), £2 2S. 

84 Goodwin, A., Whitby — 17J x 20 (Mullen), £9 19s. 6d. 

85 Lee, F. R., R.A., and Cooper, T. S., R.A., 1883, The watering-place — iij X i8f 

(Weldon), £3 13s. 6d. 

86 Armfield, G., Terriers, pair — 10x12 (James), £6 6s. 

86a Brentan, A. N., 1915, The Lagoons, Venice — 35X53J (Ives), 15s. 
86b Brentan, A. N.. 1913, Autumn evening — 24jX38t (Ives), £1 los. 



Property of the late F. P. Murray. Esq., 27, Eaton 
Square, S.W. 

DRAWINGS. 

87 View on the Grand Canal, Venice ; and In the Campagna (Huggins), £2 2S. 

88 An eastern shepherd ; and The gateway of the Propylaea, Athens, by A. P. 

Newton (EUiadi), los. 

89 Crane, Walter, 1887, A bit of blue — 5 x 14 (Huggins), £3. 

90 Marshall, H. M., 1885, The Embankment— gi x 13 (Gooden & Fox), £3 3s. 

91 Richmond, Sir W. B., R.A., Sketches at Sheringham, Norfolk, charcoal 

(Newman), 10s. 6d. 

PICTURES. 

92 Town on a river ; Vestibule of a palace, by P. Neefs, panel ; and Head of a 

Lady (Meinertzhagen), £6 i6s. 6d. 

93 Cooke, E. W., R.A., 1863, Venice — ioixi7j (Meinertzhagen), £13 13s. 

94 Heffner, K., Autumn — 8 x 14J (Meinertzhagen), £4 4s. 

95 Moore, Albert, An offering of love — 19J x 23I (Cassell), £16 i6s. 

96 Nasmyth School. Woody landscape, with two figures on a road, panel — 

I3lxi7i (Huggins), £13 13s. 

97 Solomon, Simeon, Mercury — 39x19 (Levy), £3 13s. 6d. 

98 Vemet, H., Morning, panel ; and Evening — 9JX 12J (Dowdeswell), £14 145. 



Christie's.] July 30, 1915. 189 

Sold for the Benefit of the Funds of the British Red Cross 
Society, in aid of the sick and wounded. 

98A Corot, J. B. C, Landscape, with a hay-cart on a sandy road — i6Jx23j 
(Cremetti), £210. 



Property of the late Sir Horace Regnart, 29, Gordon 
Square, W.C. 

DRAWINGS. 
99 Breakspeare, W. A., In the library — 21 x 14 (Sampson), £15 15s. 
100 Collier, Tom, The estuary at Llanbedr, n>ar Harlech, N. Wales — 9ixi3j 

(Gooden & Fox), £11 iis. 
loi Gregory, E. J., R.A., Boulter's Lock — iij x 15! (Maple & Co.), £+4 2S. 

102 Gregory, E. J., R.A., 1881, Last touches — 22 x idj (Mitchell), £25 4s. 

103 Gregory, E. J., R..A., Divided attention — 14^ x loj (Mrs. Henry), £8 8s. 

104 Gregory, E. J., R.A., 1883, In the canoe — 10JX14 (Miller), £14 14s. 

105 Ireland, Thos., On the banks of the Avon ; and The Grand Canal, Venice, 

aft ;r J. M. W. Turner, R.A., by Frcd-rica Bedford (Misell), £1 8s. 

106 Smith, Carlton A., 1891, Hat-makers, Luton, Beds — 191x29} (Carpenter), 

£16 16s. 

107 Vertue, Richard III ; and Dame Durdan, by H. Terry, 1892 (Pearson), £4 5s. 

MODERN PICTURES; 

108 Adams, J. Clayton, 1891, The wheat-field — 23^x17} (Sampson), £9 9s. 

109 Blinks, T., Setters — 16J x 23J (Frost & Reed), £52 los. 

no Blinks, T., Stops 'em, panel — 6^x9! (Maple & Co.), £3 13s. 6d. 

111 Bundy, Edgar, A.R.A., 1890. " Gazed at the arms he could no longer wield." 

— Longfellow, R.A. 1890 — 39x49 (Maple & Co.), £33 12s. 

112 Bundy, Edgar, A.R.A., 1890, Yes or no? — 19x29 (Mitchell), £22 is. 

113 Btmdy, Edgar, A.R.A., 1900, Nelson and his ;ecretarv, rowing in a small 

boat before leaving England for the last time — 6X9J (Maple & Co.), 
£26 5S. 

114 Collier, Tom, At Walberswick — 9ixi3} (Leggatt), £32 lis. 

115 Ellis, Edwin, View on the coast, with stranded boats — 31x59 (Sampson), 

£8 1 8s. 6d. 

116 Ellis, Edwin, Beach scene, with fisherwoman and child — 17x32 (Sampson), 

£7 17s. 6d. 

117 Ellis, Edwin, Rocky coast, with stranded boat — i7iX32i (Sampson), 

£2 i2S. 6d. 

118 Ellis, Edwin, Bay scene, with stranded boats — i7iX29l (Bowlby), £10 los. 

119 Hardy, T. B., 1883, Scheveningen — 29x49} (Cassell), £9 19s. 6d. 

120 Leader, B. W., R.A., The pond at Bigode HaU— 9 x 5} (WalUs), £8 8s. 

121 Linnell, J., senr.. Drawing timber — 27} x 38} (Mitch( 11), £6 6s. 

122 Lomax, J. C, At the end of the headland, Newquay — 9^x12} (Browne), 

£1 lis. 6d. 

123 Mili^, T. R., Morning : Whitby harbour ; and An old lady, in black dress 

(Smith), £2 2S. 

X24 Paul, J., Town on a river, with bridge and boats — 24 X29} (Leggatt), £2 2s. 

125 Pyne, J. B., 1861, Heidelberg on the Neckar — 29^x49} (Browne), £11 lis. 

126 Reeves, Claude, Rabbiting — isJxig} (Smith), £5 15s. 6d. 

127 Reggianini, V., A song of love — 551x41} (Samjjson), £48 6s. 

128 Reid, J. R., 1901, Ofi the Cornish coast — 19} x 28} (Sampson), £28 7s. 

129 Reid, J. R., 1901, Bay scene, with boat and fisherfolk — 13} x 20} (Sampson), 

£17 17s. 



igo ART PRICES CURRENT. 

130 Torriglia, G. B. (Florence), The proposal— 23} x 35 (Pawsey & Payne), £31 xos. 

131 Webb, James, 1889, Waiting for the fishing-boats — 231x39^ (Sampson), 

£6 6s. 

132 Webb, James, 1876, Town on a river — 23x35 (Cassell), £9 19s. 6d. 

OLD PICTURES. 

133 Bronzino, after, Eleanora da Toledo, the wife of Cosmus I, with her son 

Ferdinand I — 46x38 (Jacobs), £3 13s. 6d. 

134 Mignard, P., Lady, in brown satin dress, seated in a landscape, holding a 

laurel wreath, some books by her side — 77X55i (Maple & Co.), £31 los. 

135 Mignard, P., Elizabeth Charlotte, Duchess d'Orleans, in rich dress, seated, 

plucking a flower — 56x43! (Maple & Co.), £42. 

136 Van Dyck School. Henrietta Maria and her sister, as children — 47iX37t 

(Smith), £37 i6s. 

137 Velasquez School. Ferdinand II de Medicis, Grand Duke of Etruria, in black 

dress, with white lace rufi and frills, standing by a table — 63 x 37 (Leger), 

£13 13s. 

138 Wissing, VV., Henrietta Maria, in blue dress with pearl ornaments, with Princess 

Elizabeth, in white frock, by her side — 49 x 39I (Glen), £16 i6s. 
STATUARY. 

139 Acton, J. Adams, 1893, The Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone : a life-size bust, in 

white statuary marble, on a veined grey marble pedestal (Maple & Co.), 

£11 IIS. 

140 Haeghe, P. van der, Benjamin Disraeli, first Earl of Beaconsfield : a life-size 

bust, in white statuary marble, after the model of F. J. Moynham, on a 
veined brown marble revolving pedestal (Leggatt), £14 14s. 



Ausfust 6, 19 15. Christie's. 

Pictures and Drawings, the Property of the late Jefiery 
Whitehead, Esq., The Mayes, East Grinstead ; and Pictures 
and Drawings from various sources. 

Property of the late Jeffery Whitehead, Esq., The Mayes, 
East Grinstead. 

ARUNDEL SOCIETY CHROMO-LITHOGRAPHS. 

In the Folio. 

1 The Adoration of the Magi : a triptych, after Memling ; The Adoration of 

the Lamb, af*-er the Brothers Van Eyck ; and twenty others in a portfolio 
(Rimell), £7. 

2 Venus rising from the sea, after Botticelli ; The procession of the three kings, 

after Benozzo Gozzoli ; Christ's charge to Saint Peter, after Perugino ; 
Saint Catherine pleading before her judges, after Pinturicchio ; and twenty- 
four others, etc., in two portfolios (Rimell), £12. 

3 The conversion of Hermogenes, after Mantegna ; Saint George baptising 

Cleodolinda, after Carpaccio ; Saint Benedict preaching, by Bazzi ; Saint 
Peter and Saint John healing the cripple, after Masolino ; and thirty-one 
others, in two portfolios (Spencer), £11. 

4 The Primavera, after Botticelli ; The marriage of the Virgin, after Luini ; 

Saint Augustine preaching, after Benozzo Gozzoli ; and fourteen others, 
in a portfolio (Thorp), £8 los. 



Christie's.] August 6, 1915. 191 

ALBUMS OF DRAWINGS. 

5 An album containing forty drawings, by J. Jenkins, W. Miiller, W. Mulready, 

R.A., S. Owen, F. C. Nash, F. P. Stephanoff, H. Tenkate, J. M. Wright 
and others (Evans), £63. 

6 An album containing twenty-seven named views in Italy, by Chas. Row- 

botham (CasscU), £23 2S. 

7 An album containing eleven named views of Italy, by Chas. Rowbotham ; 

and A drawing of San Miniato, Florence, by W. E. Lockhart, R.S.A. 
(Knight), £16 i6s. 

8 An album containing seventy-two sketches, by J. Wolf, of birds and animals, 

in pencil, charcoal and water-colours ; and An album containing forty-one 
sketches of named birds, by W. H. (Harding), £12 12s. 

9 An album containing twenty-four studies of birds, animals, and landscapes, 

by J. Hardy, junr., H. B. WUlis, etc. (Pollard), £6 16s. 6d. 

10 An album containing a drawing of troops entering a village, by J. A.Langendyk, 

and thirty-seven other drawings, by Sir E. Landseer, R.A., S. Prout, H. 
Tenkate, and others (Pollard), £32 iis. 

11 An album containing studies of fossils ; and two small albums containing 

numerous pencil drawings, by R. Brandard (PoUard), £2 2S. 
DRAWINGS. 
Jn the Folio. 

12 Ansell, C, Dressing-room k la Frangaise, oval — 9 x 7i (Pollard), £50 8s. 

13 Bumey, E. F., Twelve illustrations to " Pilgrim's Progress," " Roderick 

Random," " Arabian Nights," etc. (Pollard), £3 13s. 6d. 
13A Coney, J., The south ertrance to Notre Dame, Rouen, pencil ; Mr. Worlidge's 
copy of the Hundred Guilder Print, after Rembrandt ; and George III 
at the Royal Academy, a reproduction (Pollard), £7 17s. 6d. 

14 Corbould, R., Illustrations to " The Coimoisseur," " The Citizen of the World,' 

etc., thirty-two drawings on twenty-nine mounts (Martinez;, £4 14s. 6d. 

15 Kirk, T., Three illustrations to " Meditations and Contemplations " ; two 

illustrations to " The Relapse " and " The Way of the World," by Monson ; 
and eleven Drawings, by A. E. Chalon, R.A. (Beard), £5 5s. 

16 Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A., A pencil sketch for " The North-West Passage " ; 

An important conference, and two monkeys, by Sir E. Landseer, R.A. ; 
An illustration to " The Merry Wives of Windsor," by J. M. Wright ; and 
ten others (Pollard), £5 5s. 

17 Rowlandson, T., A duck-hunt at Bartholomew Lane ; Covent Garden, and 

another drawing, by R. Dighton ; A scene in Windsor Forest, and A riot, 
by 1. Cruikshank ; and three illustrations, by J. M. Wright (Spencer), 
£5 15s. 6d. 

18 Shelley, R., Portrait of a lady, in d^ollete dress ; and Head of a child, two 

on one mount (Renton), £6 i6s. 6d. 

19 Shelley, R., A study of three children ; A lady, in black dress ; and Head 

of a lady and a gentleman, two on one mount (F. Partridge) £9 9s. 

20 Shelley, S., Mrs. Ru^piai and child, circular ; A sketch of two sisters and 

Admiral Forley, two on one mount, by R. Shelley (Pawsey & Payne), 
£2 I2S. 6d. 

21 Smirke, R., R.A., Illustrations to " The Sorrows of Werter," " The Invisible 

Spy," etc. ; and The landing of William III at Torbay, by M. Archer ; 
The departure of the Pretender, and other drawings, by the same (Lee), 
£2 5S. 

22 Stothard, T., R.A., Eleven illustrations to " The Antiquary," " As You Like 

It," etc., on eight mounts ; Seven studies, by W. M. Craig, on four mounts ; 
and Two drawings, by C. Benazech (Pollard), £4 14s. 6d. 



192 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

23 Westall, R., R.A., Seven illustrations to " Guy Mannering," and four others 

(Beard), £7 7s. 

24 Wheatley, F., R.A., The promenade ; An Eastern scene, by J. C. Ibbetson ; 

Devout exercises, by R. W. Satchwcll ; 'Xmas with the poets, by Birket 
Foster ; and thirteen others (Pollard), £6 i6s. 6d. 

25 Wyllie, W. L., R.A., 1887, Spithead— 10 x 13J (Coats), £6 6s. 

DRAWINGS. 
Framed. 

26 Bough, Sam, R.S.A., 1868, Distant view of Windsor Castle— 18 x 24! (Wallis), 

£19 19s. 

27 Corbould, E. H., Portrait of the Prince Consort ; Head of S. Prout, by P- 

I~ischer, 1835 ; Portrait of Peter the Great, in armour ; and Head of the 
Earl oi Durham, by S. Lover, R.H.A., pencil ; and Francis I, circular 
(Pollard), £3. 

28 Dudley, R., 1863, Marriage of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra — 

i6Jxi2i (White), £7 7s. 

29 Dudley, R., 1863, King Edward VII; and Queen Alexandra, pair — 12x8 

(White), £4 4S. 

30 Dudley, R., The Royal bridesmaids — gjxi2 (White), £13 13s. 

31 Fripp, G. A., Hilly river scene, with fishermen in a boat — 13J x 19J (Sampson), 

£2 2S. 

32 Hamilton, W., R.A., Mrs. Siddons, in white dress, with red sash and black 

wrap ; with a letter from Fanny Kemble on the reverse ; signed, and dated 
1793, crayon — 20x14 (Renton), £57 15s. 

33 Hardy, J., junr., 1862, Picking wild flowers, oval ; and Head of a man, charcoal 

(Meatyard), £1 us. 6d. 

34 Hart, T., 1870, Rocky coast scenes, pair — 13I x 24 (Meinertzhagen), £4 14s. 6d. 

35 Isaboy, J. B., Due de Tallyrand, in grey coat, oval — 7ix6i (Stettiner), 

£68 5s. 

36 Macwhirter, J., R.A., Lake Coruisk, Isle of Skye — 15x23 (Wallis), £5 5s. 

37 Ross, Sir W. C, R.A., Duchess of Somerset, in robes — 14! xio^ (Coureau), 

£14 14s. 

38 Varley, J., 1842, River scene, with castle ; and Roses, by J. Sherrin (Wallis), 

£5 15s. 6d. 

39 Wainewright, T. F., i860. Two children with sheep ; and Study of an old 

bridge, by C. Stanfield, R.A. (Cassell), £5 5s. 

40 Wheatley, F., R.A., 1786, Love in a mill; and The discovery, pair, oval — 

16J X I3j (Ellis & Smith), £94 los. 

41 Wolf, J., A covey of partridges, charcoal — 16X23J (Martin), £10 los. 

42 Wolf, J., Grouse, charcoal — 16X23J (Harding), £10 los. 

43 Wolf, J., Missed, charcoal — 20J x 26J (Martinez), £1 5s. 

44 Wolf, J., 1874, Peace and war, charcoal — 26X18J (Leggatt), £1 los. 

45 Wolf, J., 1877, A lecture on Embryology, charcoal — 28x21! (F. Partridge), 

£1 lOS. 

46 Wolf, J., Hard times : or Poverty — 22 x 15I (Leggatt), £5 5s. 

47 Wolf, J., 1878, A bullfinch : an original study from Queen Victoria's bullfinch 

at Buckingham Palace — 10x7 (Leggatt), £3 3s. 

48 Wolf, J., Study of a mountain hare ; and Deer in the Highlands, charcoal 

and wash (Martin), £5 5s. 

PASTELS. 

49 Lady, in green dress and large hat ; and Lady, in brown dress, pair, oval — 

9X7i (Hughes), £11 iis. 

50 Head of a lady, with white dress, oval ; and Head of a lady, with blue dress 

(R<nton), £7 7S. 



Christie's.] August 6, 1915. 193 

51 Cosway, R., R.A., Head of Maria Cosway — 17JX 14 (F. Partridge), £15 159. 

52 Cotes, F., R.A., Lady, in white dress with mauvi^ shawl ; signfd. and dated 

1756 — 24iX2oi (Stettiner), £99 15s. 

53 Cotes, F., R.A., Hon. Miss Boyle, afterwards Lady O'Ncile, in white dress, 

leaning on a portfolio — 23 x 17 (Martin), £27 6s. 

54 Eariy English School (style of). Mrs. Abington — 29x244 (Listfr), 

£4 14s. 6d. 

55 Russell, J., R.A., Boy, in blue coat with white fichu — 22i x 17 (Renton), 

£8 8s. 

56 Russell, J., R.A., Gentleman in armour, holding a blton — 31 v 25 (Renton), 

£5 5S. 

57 Sharpies, J., George Washington, in black coat with white fichu^-9tX7i 

(Schroeder), £15 15s. 

PICTURES. 

58 Portraits of Thomas Cromwell, unframed ; Henry 'V'ln ; The Duke of Bed- 

ford, panel (Smith), £36 15s. 

59 Portraits of Henry VHI ; Lady Jane Grey, unframed ; and thret^ others 

(Renton), £22 is. 

60 Portrait of the Duchess of Portsmouth, copper ; Gentleman, standing by a 

table with his dog, panel ; Head of Henrietta Browne, Viscountess Dillon, 
by Mrs. Mee, pastel, oval ; and two others (Renton), £22 is. 

61 Four portraits of gentlemen, oval (Ryan), £21. 

62 Philip le Bon, wearing the Order of the Golden Fleece ; and Head of Shakes- 

peare, panel (Renton), £13 13s. 

63 Barker, T., A windy day — i2ix 15J (VVallis), £11 lis. 

64 Both, Hilly landscape, with figures and bathers ; and .Angels' heads, after 

Sir J. Reynolds, P.R.A. (Renton), £6 6s. 

65 Bright, H., 1863, Old mill, near Tintem, Monmouthshire ; and Coniston 

Water, by J. Varley (Gotto), £5 15s. 6d. 

66 Burnet, J., Horseman conversing with a milkmaid, panel — I3ixi7i (Car- 

penter), £1 lOS. 

67 Burnet, J., An oyster-cellar in Leith, panel — 11 x 13 (.Martin), £9 9s. 

68 School of Bruyn. Donor and his four sons kneeling, panel — 15} x 10} 

(Renton), £8 83. 

69 Clouet, Henri de Guise, in buS tunic, and black hat with wliite feather — 

9X7t (Sulley), £31 los. 

70 School of Cranach. Madonna and Child, with female saint, a eoat-of-arms 

on the reverse ; The Madonna and Child, panel (Renton), £11 os. 6d. 

71 Creswick, T., R.A., Soract6, panel, oval ; Rustic bridge ; Church interior, 

panel, unframed ; and another (Banduin), £4 14s. 6d. 

72 School of Crivelli. Madonna and Child enthroned with two angels, panel — 

18 X i3i (Renton), £15 15s. 

73 Cruikshank, G., The Bank of England : Lord Mayor's day — 13! x iij (Scott), 

£6 6s. 

74 Davis, H. W. B., R.A., 1868, Neglected— 23J X 3ii (White), £25 4s. 

75 Duck, Jan, Cavalier and ladies in an apartment, panel — 18J x 14 (Lewis), 

£78 15s. 

76 Ducreux, Joseph, The artist, in brown coat, with black hat, pointing his 

finger at the spectator — 35iX38 (Martinj, £42. 

77 Dasaxt, Peasants before an inn ; Wrestlers, by W. Etty, R.A. ; and small 

landscape, panel (Scott), £6 i6s. 6d. 

78 Dutch School. Cavalier, in slashed dress, in * laiidscap< , with gun and 

'erret — 15^x12! (Renton), £22 is. 

13 



194 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

79 Early Flemish School. Sir Thomas Heron, in red tunic, with black cap, Ids 

hands joined in prayer, panel — I2jx8 (Sulley), £27 6s. 

80 Goyen, J. van. Frozen river scene, with a village and skaters, panel — 13^ x 33^ 

(Asscher & Co.), £25 <s. 

81 Goyen, J., Van, River scene, with boats and figiires, panel — 15 x 25^ (Reaton), 

£7 7S. 

82 Holbein, Lady, in^black dress, holding her gloves, panel — isjxgl (Smith), 

£65 as. 

83 Holbein, after. Head of Sir Thomas More ; and Portrait of Richard Cromwell, 

by Walker, panel (Browne), £11 iis. 

84 Holland. J., 1854, Vico Sotto il Campanile, Genoa — isix 10 (VVallis), £13 139. 

85 KauSman, Ruth and Boaz, oval ; and Lear and Cordelia, by J. H. Mortimer, 

A.R.A. (Scott), £8 8s. 

86 Landseer, Sir E., R.A., Catherine Seyton, panel — isfxgf (Swire), £8 8s. 

87 Leslie, C. R., R.A., A prima donna, panel ; J ack ashore, after Singleton ; 

Landscape, with castle, by A. Corbould ; and another (Renton), £6 16s. M. 

88 Lewis, J. F., R.A., 1825, The King's foxhounds ; and View near Preston, by 

H. Dawson, 1878, panel (Hopeden), £6 i6s. 6d. 
98 Logsdail, W., Portrait of Joseph Wolf, the artist — 13^x9! (Browne) 
£1 IIS. 6d. 

90 School of Lozenzo. Madonna and Child, with two angels, panel, arched top 

— 35jX20i (Owen), £35 4s. 

91 Maes, N., Gentleman, in black velvet coat, holiing his sword with his left 

hand, a fleet at sea on the right, signed, and dated 1685 — 26^ x aa) 
(Rentonj, £141 15s. 

92 Mieris, F. van, after. The sleeping cavalier ; and A musical party, after G. 

Netscher, panel (Lek), £10 los. 

93 Morland, G., The thief ; signed, and dated 1792 — 15^x20 (Renton), £56 149. 

94 Nasmyth, P., 1824, View from Hampstead looking towards Harrow — 16 x 22 

(Permain), £54 12s. 

95 Patinier, J., Adoration of the .Magi, panel — i6i x 12 (Legcr), £39 i8s. 

96 Rafiaelle, after, The Transfiguration — 25 x 19 (Renton), £2 12s. 6d. 

97 Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., after. Head of Dr. Johnson ; and Flora, by G. 

Harlow (Renton), £4 4s. 

98 Roberts, View of Venice ; and Still-life, by W. Duffield (Meinertzfaagen), 

£6 i6s. 6d. 

99 Stone, H., Charles I and Henrietta Maria, pair, panel — loJxSJ (Browne), 

£10 106. 

100 Stothard, T., R.A., The revelation of Saint John ; and Angels' heads (Scar- 
liaris), 15s. 

lot South Rhenish School. Christ before Pilate ; and The entombment, pair — 
29i X 2oi (Carpenter), £i6 i6s. 

los Teniers, D., Figures before a cottage ; Landscape, with figures ; and Land- 
scape, by M. Akiem, panel (Smith), £8 8s. 

103 Thomhill, Two panels, emblematic of Britannia, mounted as doors to an 

ebonised case — 18x21 (Renton), £16 i6s. 

104 Vincent, G., View in Norfolk ; and Edinburgh, by James Webb (Permain), 

£6 6i. 

105 Vries, M. de. River scene, with tower, cottages and boats, panel — 18 x 33 

(Allen), £14 14s. 

106 Walker, J. Hanson, 1873, Ariadne, oval — 29}X22l (Scott), £2 125. 6(^. 
loj Walker, R., Mrs. Claypole, the daughter of Oliver Cromwell, in rich (treas 

with white lace ruff — 244 x 18J (Browne), £50 8s. 



Christie's.] August 6, 1915. 195 

108 School of Westphalia. The presentation of Christ in the Temple, panel — 

34x20} (Renton), £7 17s. 6d. 

109 Wheatley, F., R.A., The deserted village — 11JX13J (Paget), £52 loe. 
no Wheatley, Cymon and Iphigenia, oval — 9^X12 (F. Partridge), £18 i8s. 

111 Wolf, J., Ptarmigan — isjxaoi (Leggatt), £17 173. 

112 Wolf, J., A partridge in the snow — ziJxiSJ (Leggatt), £13 13s. 

113 Ysenbrant, A., The Madonna at her devotions, panel — i3jX9i (Bateaon), 

£33 I2S. 

Different Properties. 

DRAWINGS. 
113A Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A., The Sussex Weald — 9J x i4''(Mitchell),"£ii ii». 

114 Seven Japanese prints of ladies, unframed — 8X5J (Lewison), £6 69. 

115 Stuart, George Washington, in claret-coloured coat, with_ white stock, pastel — 

3$i X i9i (Browne), £46 48. 

PICTURES. 

116 Flemish School. Louis XIV and Charles X of Sweden visiting a captured 

fortress; signed, and dated 1703 — 65 J x 78 (Leger), £3 3s. 

117 Dutch School. Lady, in black dress, with white lawn collar and cuflfs, large 

black hat — 29 x 24^ (F. Partridge), £6 6s. 

118 Fragonard, Young lady, in pink dress with white frills, landscape background 

— 21 X 17J (Harper), £18 i8s. 

119 Dutch School. A cavalry skirmish — 2i|x3oJ (Carptiiter), £3 13s. 6d. 

lao Boucher, Lady, in pink dress with white scarf and bluu bows, holding a bunch 

of flowers — 27x21! (Lacey), £36 15s. 
131 Romney, G., A. Newland, Esq., Governor of the Ban'v of England, in green 

coat with yellow vest — 28x24 (Leg^r), £6 i6s. 6d. 
122 Van Dyck School. Lucius Cary, Viscount Falkland, in black slashed drtss 

with white lace collar, unframed — 30 x 25 (Leger), £16 i6s. 
13$ Watson, G., P.R.S.A., A youth reading : said to be a portrait of a member 

of the Stone family, of Lea Park. Surrey — 35 x 27^ (Martin), £3 3s. 
124 Luker, W., Aberfoyle ; and The Norfolk Broads, pair — gi x i6i (Scarliaris) 

£3 I2S. 6d. 
135 Luker, W., Highland cattle ; and Buckhurst Park, pair — gi x i6l (Scarliaris), 

£2 I2S. 6d. 

126 Bottomley, W., A French stable-yard — 3(^x46 (Thomas), £3 13s. 6d. 

127 Duffietd, W., 1861, A good day's sport — 46! x 58 (Wallis), £19 199. 

138 Duffield, W., i860. Dead swan, game, and fruit — 44x67 (Wallis), £28 7s. 

139 Rubens School. Charity : the Madonna, with numerous infants, unframed — 

61 X46 (Harries), £3 13s. 6d. 
13» Hogarth School. A ifite-day — 28 x 38 (Clark), £5 5s. 
J31 Heda, A silver-gilt cup, a tazza, and other objects of still-life on a table — 

aiix-i2^ (Gree.istreet), £2 12s. 6d. 
139 Quast, P., Village scene, with peasants merrymaking, unframed, panel — 

21X26J (Brooks), £5 15s. 6d. 

133 Hiuberis, P., River scene, with row-boat and men-of-war ; signed, and dated 

1627, circular — 13J ins. diam. (Goels), £36 15s. 

134 English School. Lady, in daik cloak — 23jxi9i (Leger), £15 I5S- 

133 Gainsborough, T., R.A., Valley scene, with figures and sheep — 59i><7ii 

(Willis), £10 los. 
I3« West, B., P.R.A., Peace ; signed, and dated 1774, unframed— 87 X 55 (Ewell), 

£10 lOS. 



196 ART PRICES CURRENT. 

J37 Rubens, Head of Helena Founnent, panel, oval — 17^x14^ (Gilbert), 

£11 IIS. 

138 Baroccio, Madonna, with the Infant Saviour, oval — 33^x25^ (Gray), £4 4s. 

140 Holbein, after, Erasmus, holding a book, unframed — zsixxz (Lewis), £1 5s. 

141 Lawrence School. The sisters — 23 x 19 (Lister), £8 18s. 6d. 

142 Canaletto School. View in Venice, with boat and figures— 2iix 29} (Mills), 

£9 9S. 

143 Schendel, P. van, 1869, The opening of the tomb, panel — 26} X 20 (Freeman), 

£7 7s. 

144 Hudson, Gentleman, in braided vest and green coat — 35J x 27I (West), 

£3 13s. 6d. 

145 Dutch School. Head of a cavalier, with white lace rufl, panel — 4i x 3i (Van 

Stockem), £i8 i8s. 

146 Koninck, P. de, A philosopher — 28^x34 (Earle), £18 i8s. 

147 French School. Gentlemem, in embroidered blue cloak lined with red — 

28^x224 (Schroeder), £13 13s. 

148 Wyck, An encampment before a city — 27X33J (Scarliaris), £i iis. 6d. 

149 Teniers, An incantation scene — 35iX37l (F. Partridge), £2 12s. 

150 Dutch School. The doctor's visit — 23JX20I (Parkenthorpe), £8 i8s. 6d. 

151 Mierevelt, Lady, in green dress, with white lace collar and cap— 2o| x 17^ 

(Schroeder), £5 5s. 

152 Weenix, Muscovy ducks and other birds — 56J x 58 (Thomas), £8 i8s. 6d. 
133 Snyders, F., A wolf-himt — 63 x 89 (Scarliaris), £8 8s. 

154 Morland, Girl with pigs ; and Pigs in a stye (Clark), £4 14s. 6d. 

155 Hondecoeter, Domestic poultry — 24JX30J (Hunt), £9 9s. 

156 Dutch School. A mythological subject, panel — i7jx24 (Asscher & Co.), 

£4 4S. 



INDEX 

TO 

ARTISTS' AND ENGRAVERS' NAMES. 



INDEX. 

DRAWINGS. 



A 



ABBBT, EDWIN A., R.A. 

Portrait head of H.R.H. Prince i 
Wales, drawn from life on Feb. 
i8th, 19 4, 38 (831A) 
Aekerman, Gerald. 

Haymaking, 45 (1395) 
Aldridge, F. J. 

Ships corning up the Thames, 45 
(1378) 
Alexander, E. 

Frog, A, 18 (i) 
Aiken, Henry. 

" Dutch Syntax," with jockey up, 
171 (12) 

Few ideas on hunting. A, 56 (287) 

Fox-hunting, 82 (244) 

Fox-bunting : The check, 114 (282) 

Fox-hunting — Set of three : Breaking 
cover; At fault; Full cry, 114 
(284) 

Fox-hunting — Set of four : Breaking 
cover ; The gate ; The stream ; The 
finish, 114 (283) 

Fox-hunting — Set of four, 114 (285) 

Off the scent, 171 (10) 

Rubbing down, 171 (12) 

Partridge shooting ; and Wood- 
shooting : Winter, 114 (287) 

Sportsmen reposing ; and Wood- 
shooting : Autumn, 114 (286) 



AUan, Robert W. 

St. James's Park, i8 (2) 
AUen, Wiiliam H. 

Awaiting the return, 31 (662) 
AlUngham, H. 

Surrey cottage. A, 18 (3) 
AUom, T. 

Hexham Church, 100 (29) 
Khandoo, village of ; and Koghero, 
village of, 87 (107) 
Abna-Tadema, Anna. 

Dawn : Miss Gladys Cooper when a 
girl, 31 (673) 
Ansell, C. 

Dressing-room 4 la Frangaise, 191 
(12) 
Archer, H. 

Departure of the Pretender : and 
Landing of William III at Torbay, 
191 (21) 
Armstrong, F. A. W. J. 

Durham, 33 (712) 
Athow, T. 

Penshurst Church, Kent, south-east 
view of ; and Interior of the 
church, view of the, 87 (108) 
Atkins, H. 

Huntsman and hounds, 171 (18) 
Atkinson, J. A. 

Horsemen, 99 (i) 
Aufray, J. 

Winding the skein, 32 (687) 
Augustus, G. Gilbert. 

Holy Family, with Saint Elizabeth 
and Saint John, 171 (i7) _•_: 



INDEX. 



Drawings 



B 

BAILET, C. 

Holland House ; and Old Ranelagh 
House, 79 (135) 
Bakhoysen, LndoU. 

Boats at the mouth of a river ; and 
Dutch luggers in a storm, 171 (13) 
Bannatyne, J. J. 

An old well; and Village street, 152 
(233) 
Barber, Charles. 

Staffordshire, view from Perry Bar, 
99 (14) 
Barber, C. Burton. 

Playmates, 156 (86) 
Barnard, J. 

EdwiQ Booth as " Richelieu," 44 
(1373) 
Barratt, Reginald. 

In a Venetian Canal, 18 (4) 
The LUy Capital, St. Mark's, 18 (5) 
Barrett, George, R.A. 

Avenue, The, 99 (16) 

Classical bay scene, with warriors, 

58 (48) 
Eton, 186 (1) 
Hampstead Heath : Sunset : Peasant 

driving a horse, loi (70) 
Road scene, with figures and animals : 
Sunset, 99 (15) 
Bartlett, W. H. 

Romford, Leigh Priory and Hare 
Hall, 87 (109) 
Barton, Rose. 

Coming of Spring, 18 (6) 
Bayard, Emile. 

Illustrations to a story, 99 (17) 
Bayes, Walter. 

Invahd, The, 18 (7) 
Notes on sand, 44 (1366) 
Baynes, F. T. 

Grapes and pineapple, 87 (110) 
Baynes, J. 

Llangwinnet Lake ; and The ruins of 
Tonbridge Priory, 87 (in) 
Beavis, R. 

Cattle and sheep, 125 (20) 
Highland raid, The, 125 (3) 
Bedford, Frederica, after J. M. W. Turner, 
R.A. 

Venice, Grand Canal, 189 (105) 
Beerbohm, Max. 

Kitchener, Earl, K.P., 38 (810) 
Bell, R. Anning, A.R.A. 

Amazon guard. The, 33 (720) 
An ofiering to Ceres, 18 (9) 
Masque of the Courteous Monsters 
(" The Tempest "), 18 (8) 



Benazech, C. 

Two drawings, 191 (22) 
Bennett, W. 

Killamey, The Upper Lake of, 57 (17) 
Bentley, C. 

Rough sea, A, 171 (11) 
Bigg, W. R., R.A. 

Union, the set of four, 172 (22) 

after, by G. E. Ironside. 

Saturday morning, 122 (237) 
Birch, S. J. Lamorna. 

Green smnmer : Okehampton, 18 

(10) 
Grey spring mom, A, 18 (11) 
Ivy-clad trees, i8 (12) 
Bird, Harlngton. 

The horses of Rhesus, 31 (670) 
Black, Arthur J. 

Wrecker's prize. A, 34 (737) 
Blaylock, T. Todd. 

Wareham : The marshes, 38 (821) 
Bone, Muirhead. 
Ayr, 155 (39) 
LeadhUls, 155 (37) 

A pencil drawing of any architectural 
subject in London will be executed 
by the artist for the highest bidder, 
30 ^634) 
Bonington, R. P. 

Boats becalmed, 169 (104) 
Boudoir, The, 129 150) 
Henry IV (King of France) receiving 
the Spanish Ambassador, 57 (18) 
Bough, Sam. 

Low tide, 61 (i) 
Perthshire, Ben More, 63 (104) 
Road-side farm at Braid, near Edin- 
burgh, 127 (92) 
Windsor Castle, distant view of, 192 
(26) 
\ Bourne, J. 

Lancaster, view of ; Monmouth, 
Chepstow Castle ; Town on a river, 

: 88 (112) 

i Bouvier, Aug. 

I Garland-makers, 125 (4) 

The Fortune-teller, 127 (68) 
Bowerley, Amelia M. 

In far-ofi seas, 45 (1390) 
Bowie, John. 
1 A portrait will be painted by the 

' artist for the highest bidder, 33 

(719) 
Brabazon, H. B. 

Algiers, Pointe Pesade, 167 (46) 
Italian seaside place, 57 (42) 
Naples, with Santa Lucia and Vesu- 
vius, 101 (66) 
River scene, 101 (65) 
Studies of flowers, 58 (44), 167 (46) 



Drawings 



INDEX. 



Sussex : from " Oaklands," Sedles- 
combe, 58 (43) 

Sussex : Old houses in Sedlescombe 
ViUage, 167 (45) 
Braddon, PauL 

Wrexham Church, 159 (256) 
Bndley, W. 

On the Thames, near Shiplake, 103 
(119) 
Braithwaite, C. 

Dyke, The, 45 (1377) 
Branegan, J. F. 

Sunset near Whitby, 63 (105) 
Breakspeare, W. A. 

In the library, 189 (99) 
Brinton, Edith. 

Child asleep, 125 (2) 
Brissot, F. 

Folding sheep, 103 (120) 
Brock, C. K. 

Oldest inhabitant. The, 44 (1368) 
Brown, T. Austen. 

In the gloaming, 6i (2) 
Browne, Tom. 

Behind the scenes ; and Sharpers, 
63 (106) 
Brackman, W. L. 

Bruges, The old Beguinage Church, 
29 (632) 

In the ChUtem Hills, 167 (52) 

Town on a river, 155 (38) 
Bmgman, J. F. 

Dutch farm, 61 (3) 
Bmhl, L. Burleigh. 

Beautiful Dinant, 30 (652) 
Bryee, Alexander J. C. 

Dutch meadows, 32 (696) 
Bnek, Adam. 

Young girl, in a landscape, 172 (23) 
Buckingham and Chandos, Duchess ot. 

On the road to Balmacara, 46 (1409) 
Buckler. J. C. 

Lichfield Cathedral, 88 (113) 

Rochester Cathedral ; and Entrance 
to the Monastery of St. Augustine, 
Canterbvu-y, 88 (114) 

Ruined church, 99 (2) 

South-east view of York Minster, 
159 (257) 
Buckley, C. T. 

Park scenes, with cavaliers and 
ladies, 88 (115) 
Budd, H. A. 

Miss Ellen Mackenzie, 33 (711) 
Bnileld, G. Lawrence. 

Neira, 18 (13) 
Banning, J. B. 

Billing?gate Market, 86 (4) 
Burne-Jones, Sir E., Bart., A.R.A. 

Study of a female head, 31 (667), 
74 (2) 



after. 

Crudelitas and Saevitia, 166 (4) 
Borne-Jones, Sir Philip, Bart. 

Venice : Church of the Madonna del 
Orto, 31 (668) 
Barney, E. F. 

Twelve illustrations to " Arabian 
Nights," " Pilgrim's Progress," 
" Roderick Random," 191 (13) 
Burton, A. 

Instructor, The, 36 (7S6) 
Butler, Lady (Hiss Elizabeth Thompson). 

Bringing up the guns, 37 (807) 

Trooper in the 5th Royal Irish Lan- 
cers, 187 (60) 
Butler, Henry. 

Dreamlands, 30 (646) 
Butler, Mildred A. 

BuS Orpingtons, 18 (15) 

Curiosity, 18 (14) 

Cornish well. A, 18 (16) 

Peacock: a sketch, 18 (17) 



CAFHERI, H. 

Wild flowers, 45 (1394) 
Caldecott, Randolph. 

Cranes, 59 (92) 
Calland, Eustace F. 

Summer ; and Pine woods, 45 (1375) 
CaUcott, W. J. 

Hastings, 88 (116) 
CaUow, W. 

Antwerp, 127 (69) 

Falmouth, 169 (105) 

Ghent, Place Ste Pharailde, 167 (4:) 

Landscape, with view over a town , 
186 (2) 

On the Rhine, 88 (116) 

Ruined castle, 172 (20) 

Sunrise on the Seine at Rouen, 127 
(83) 

Venice, Canale dell' Olio, 127 (82) 

Venice, Canale della Posta, 167 (41) 
Cambiaso, Luca. 

Warriors, 35 (775) 
Cambier, N. 

A portrait will be painted by the 
artist for the highest bidder, 35 
(768) 
Cameron, D. Y., A.R.A. 

Borlum, i8 (19) 

Dryburgh Abbey, 61 (4) 

Glencoe, 33 (716) 

Havre, St. Jaques, 61 (5) 

Powblack, 18 (18) 
Canaletto. 

Town on a river, with figures, 171 
(14) 



INDEX. 



Drawings 



Cardi, Lodovico. 

St. John preaching, 35 (775) 
Carpenter, W. 

Niagara Falls, 135 (240) 
Carter, S. 

Leverets, 32 (686) 
Cats, Jacob. 

Morning ; and Night, 82 (235) 
Cattermole, C. 

An old man ; and Two figures, 46 

(1413) 
Treason, 152 (253) 
Cattermole, 6. 

Coronation procession of King Wil- 
liam IV and Queen Adelaide, 86 (5) 
Defending the Tower, 29 (611) 
Interior of a church, with figures, 
186 (3) 
Catton, Charles. 

October ; and Bull baiting, 122 (221) 
Cave, P. le. 

Landscapes, with buildings, figures, 
and animals, 136 (29) 
Chalon, A. E., R.A. 

Eleven drawings, 191 (15) 
Fete Champetre, 152 (234) 
Charles, James. 

Montreuil-sur-Mer : Village scene, 35 
(767) 
Charlton, J. 

Polar bears and young, 30 (650) 
Chevilliard, V. 

Le depart pour la Conference ; and 
Le retour de la Conference, 156 (87) 
Chiapory, C. 

Blonde and brunette ; and Europe 
and Asia, 155 (33) 
Cipriani, G. B., R.A. 

Adam and Eve in Paradise, 122 (227) 
Venus and cupids, 186 (13) 
Cipriani, N. 

Sleeping cavalier. The, 125 (5) 
Claude Lorraine. 

Sacrifice, A,^35 (774) 
Clausen, G., R.A. 

Hedgers, 59 (112) 

Evening ; and The Thames, Wool- 
wich, 60 (114) 
Holland : Waiting for the ferry, 60 

(113) 
Pines in the Borghese Gardens, 18 

(21) 
River at night. The, 18 (20) 
Cleaver, Reginald. 

With the French Algerian troops, 37 

(795) 
Clennell, Luke. 

Drawing in the boat, 99 (14) 
Harbour scene ; Old cottages, 99 (19) 
Smugglers, 100 (29) 



Cleveley, J., Junr. 

Acteon on the shore on the Bar of 
Lisbon, 82 (201) 

Belem Castle, Bar of Lisbon, 82 (203) 

Boats on the Tagus, 82 (204) 

Braganza shore, 82 (198) 

Cintra, with Royal Palace, 82 (194) 

Downs and S. Foreland, 82 (200) 

Lisbon : Roman aqueduct, 82 (197) 

Plymouth Sound, 82 (205) 

Portsmouth, 82 (196), 82 (206) 

South Foreland, with merchant ship 
at anchor, 82 (202) 

Southampton Water,f82'(i95),|8;(i99) 
Coates, George J. 

Spanish dancer,'34 (754) 
Cockerill, Alice M. 

Roses, 38 (830) 
Coleman, W. S. 

Bather, The, 38 (831) 

Dolce far Niente, 38 (816) 
Coleridge, F. G. 

Thames, On the; and Windsor, 125 (6) 
Collier, Hon. John. 

A portrait will be painted by the 
artist for the highest bidder, 34 
(738) 
Collier, Tom. 

Arundel, 29 (613) 

Estuary at Llanbedr, near Harlech, 
N. Wales, 189 (100) 

Fittleworth Common, i67''(48) 

Hillside stream, 29 (612) 

Surrey common, A, 167 (51) 
Coney, J. 

Notre Dame, Rouen, south entrance 
to. 191 (13A) 

Westminster Abbey, Edward the 
Confessor's tomb, 86 (6) 

York Minster, south-east view of, 88 
(120) 
Connard, Philip. 

A portrait will be painted by the 
artist for the highest bidder, 34 
(747) 
Constable, J., R.A. 

Country road, with cottages and 
sheep, 186 (4) 
Cooke, E. W., R.A. 

V'esuvius from Capri, 127 (70) 
Coop, Hubert. 

" And all was stillness save the sea- 
birds' cry," 58 (46) 

Lonely height ; Winter, 187 (56) 
Cooper, T. S., R.A. 

Cattle in a pasture, 154 (16) 

Cattle on the Thames, 167 (49) 

Sheep on a hilil, 103 (11) 

Three cows an meadow, 2 169 (106) 

Three sheep in a pasture, 169 (107) 



Drawings 



INDEX. 



203 



Cope, A. S., B.A. 

Miranda, 34 (751) 
Corboold, E. H. 

Portrait of the Prince Consort, 192 
(27) 
Corbonid, R. 

Illustrations to " The Connoisseur," 
" ITie Citizen of the World," 191 
(14) 
Cosway, R., R.A. 

Head of Maria Ccsway, 193 (51) 

after. 

Lady by a pedestal, 166 (i) 
Cotes, F., R.A. 

Boyle, Hon. Miss, afterwards Lady 

O'Neill, in white dress, 193 (53) 
Lady, in white dress, 193 (52) 
Cotman, J. S. 

Hay-barge, 169 (108) 
Llanthony Abbey, 99 (2) 
Cowper, F. Cadogan, A.R.A. 

Fanny : A lady seated on a chair, 30 

(643) 

The original sketch for the picture 
entitled, " How the DevU, dis- 
guised as a vagrant Troubadour, 
having been entertained by some 
charitable Nuns, sang to them a 
Song of Love," 18 (22) 

Study for " Patient Griselda," 19 (23) 
Cox, D. 

Bolton Abbey, 186 (8) 

Chepstow, view near, with figures 
among trees in the foreground, 57 

(19) 

Greenfield Lane Harbour ; and Cot- 
tages by a stream, 125 (7) 

Harvest field ; Hilly landscape, with 
a peasant driving cattle in the 
foreground, 99 (4) 

Hastings, The beach at, 129 (151) 

Hastings beach ; and Thames boat, 

99 (3) 

Hilly lake scene, with bathers, 186 (5) 

Lledr Valley, 152 (235) 

Moors near Bettws-y-Coed, 156 (83) 

On the terrace, 186 (10) 

Park scene, with deer, 186 (9) 

River scene, with bridge, 186 (5) 

Rocky coast; and Rustic bridge, 
166 (2) 

Sketch on the Welsh coast, 129 
(152) 

Stranded barges ; and Woody land- 
scape, 99 (5) 

View in Wales, 129 (150) 

Yarmouth, 186 (7) 
Cozens, J. R. 

Forest scenes, with figures and sheep, 
88 (121) 



Craig, W. H. 

Seven studies, 191 (22) 
Crane, Walter. 

Bit of blue, 188 (89) 

Bit of Normandy, 19 (24) 
CristaU, J. 

At the spring ; and Moimtain road, 
99 (20) .. 

Girl on a stile ; and The young 
crossing-sweeper, 99 (21) 
Crocket, H. E. 

Washing day : a study, 19 (25) 
Crofts, Arthnr. 

Horseshoe Fall from Goat Island, 
154 (i)- 
Crofts, Ernest, R.A. 

Irish Guardsman, An, 38 (811) 
Crome, J. 

Quiet pool. A, 186 (11) 
Crome, J. B. 

Bruges, Ostend Canal : Moonlight, 32 
(680) 
Croikshank, I. 

Scene in Windsor Forest, 191 (17) 
CoDdell, Henry. 

Ludgate Hill, 44 (1367) 



D 

DADD, FRANK. 

At the sign of the Anchor, 30 (648) 

The rivals, 30 (647) 
DanieU, W., R.A. 

Indian Temple ; and Landscape, with 
an elephant and figures, 68 (122) 

Windsor, 186 (12) 
Davidson, C. 

Ambleside, Westmorland ; and On 
the Brathay, 127 (84) 
Davies, J. Hey. 

Little Orme's Head, 33 (728) 
Davis, F. 

HUly river scene, 166 (6) 
Davis, H. W. B., R.A. 

After sunset, 128 (105) 

Twilight : Pas de Calais, 128 (104) 
Davis, Mary. 

The Sevres fan, 29 (631) 
Dawson, H. 

Peasant seated, 29 (614) 
De la Bere, S. B. 

An old street, 37 (792) 
Derby, W., after Sir P. Lely. 

Wriothesley, Thos., 4th Earl of 
Southampton, 36 (779) 
after Sir G. Kneller. 

Ormonde, James Butler, ist Duke of, 
36 (779) 



204 



INDEX. 



Drawings 



De WUde, S. 

Simmoas, Mr. S., as " Little Dicky " 
in " Abroad and at Home " ; and 
Mr. V. de Camp, as " Hassarac " 
in " The Forty Thieves," 36 
(781) 
De Wint. P. 

Harvest-time, 100 (40) 

Heme Bay : J. M. W. Turner is seen 
sketching in the foreground, 187 

(41) 
Thames, On the, 187 (42) 
UnderclifEe, The, Isle of Wight, 29 

(627) 
Village church ; and The watering- 
place, 89 (167) 
Winding stream, with boats and 
figures, 170 (124) 
Oieksee, Frank, B.A. 

Old songs, 31 (661) 
Dietricy, C. W. E. 

Farrier's shop, The, 172 (25) 
Dighton, R. 

Coveat Garden Market, 86 (7), 191 
(17) 
Diodati, F. P. 

Blonde ; and Bnmette, 38 (825) 
Contemplation, 38 (824) 
Dixon, Charles. 

Above Greenwich ; and Limehouse 
Reach, 37 (804) 
Diziani, G. 

Return to Egypt, The, 35 (774) 
Dobson, F. 

Rough Sea, A ; and Rocky coast, 
37 (801) 
Dodd, Francis. 

Portrait in drypoint of a man, to- 
gether with 25 mounted impressions 
of the same, will be executed by 
the artist for the highest bidder. 
The plate to be destroyed, 31 
(675) 
Dolby, E. 

Valley of St. Marie Rebcauville, Haut 
Rhin, 38 (822) 
Dollman, J. C. 

Evening, 19 (26) 

Original sketch composition for " The 

Unknown," 33 (736) 
Study of a bear for " The Hunter," 

19 (28) 
Study of a man for " The Hunter," 
19 (27) 
Dorrell, E. 

Faggot-gatherer ; and View on 
Thames, 99 (21) 
Downman, J., A.R.A., atter. 

Penelope, wife of Thomas Xorthmore. 
Esq., 172 (26) 



Ducros. 

Castle and bridge ; Falls of Tivoli : 
Saint Catherine and the Infant 
Saviour, 99 (22) 
Dudley, R. 

King Edward VII ; and Queen 

Alexandra, 192 (29) 
Marriage of King Edward VII and 

Queen Alexandra, 192 (28) 
Royal bridesmaids, 192 (30) 
Dugdale, Thomas C. 

Chelsea, A corner in, 33 (730) 
Dulac, Edmund. 

Illustration to " Omar Khayyam," 
31 (671) 
Du Haulier, G. 

" What a shame ! " 125 (18) 
Duncan, E. 

Fishing-boats in a storm, 125 (8) 
Ruined castle, 57 (41) 



EARL, MAUD. 

Poissons d'Avril, 35 (770) 
East, Sir AUred, R.A. 
I Norfolk, a poppy field in, 45 (1376) 

! Eastlake, Sir C. L., P.R.A. 

Sisters, The, 32 (685) 
Eckstein, G. 

Second Life Guards, 8 (280) 
Edwards, Edward, A.R.A. 

Strawberry Hill ; and The Printing- 
house at Strawberry Hill, 88 (124) 
Elgood, G. S. 

Flower garden. A, 31 (672) 
English School. 

Abington, 193 (54) 
Evans, W. 

St. Margaret's Bay and clifi, 186 (14) 
Eves, R. G. 

Normandy : An old farm, 32 (678) 



FAED, JAMES. JUNR. 

Inverness-shire : A fine August in 
Glen Markie, 46 (1402) 
Fagan, Mrs. Will. 

Waltz, The, 34 (740) 
Falda, A., after Titian. 

Concert, The, 137 (62) 
Farquharson, David, A.R.A. 

Highlands of Forfarshire, 34 (749) 
Fielding, J. Copley. 

Brathay, near Ambleside, view on ; 
and Folkestone, on the coast near, 
99 (6) 



Drawings 



INDEX. 



205 



Highland valley, 186 (16) 

Hilly lake scene, with fishermen, 186 

(17) 
Hilly river scene : Stormy weather, 

186 (15) 
Hoddesdon, 152 (237) 
Landscape, with peasant driving 

cattle on a road, 186 (i8) 
Landscape, with a peasant and dog 
near some trees in the foreground, 
125 (9) 
Loch Etive, with two peasants, 127 

(72) 
Loch Lomond, with cattle and 
figures on a road in the foreground, 
100 (24) 
London, distant view of, 152 (236) 
Morning, near Folkestone ; and 

Mountain pass, 100 (25) 
OfE the coast, 172 (20) 
River scenes ; Near Portsmouth ; 
and The watering-place, 88 
(125) 
Roydon, Essex, 152 (237) 
Shipping in a breeze, 186 (19) 
Valley scene, with peasants and 

cattle, 127 (71) 
Windermere, 186 (20) 
Windsor Castle from the river, loi 
(71) 
Fielding, Thales. 

London from Clapham, 86 (12) 
Fildes, Sir Luke, R.A. 
Marietta, 33 (726) 
Flldes, Lady. 

Fruit piece, 35 (761) 
Finnemore, J. 

No quarter, 30 (654) 
Fischer, P, 

Head of S. Prout, 192 (27) 
Fisher, Mark, A.R.A. 

The old horse, 30 (641) 
Flaxman, John, R.A. 

Guardian angel. The, 74 (4) 
Flint, W. RusseU. 

Gossip at the fountain, Taormina, ig 

(29) 
In Southern Italy, 19 (30) 
Forbes-Robertson, Eric. 

Maiden of Finistcrre, A, 35 (769) 
Fortescue-Brickdale, Eleanor. 
Aeroplan ■, The, 19 (31) 
Foster, Birket. 

Bacharach-on-the-Rhine, 169 (no) 

Christmas with the poets, 192 (24) 

Durham, 125 (11) 

Early autumn, 169 (109) 

Going to the harvest-field, 127 (74) 

Henley ; and Marlow, 127 (73) 

Pencil drawing, 61 (6) 



Rouen, View in, with market figures 

near a church, 29 (629) 
Saumur, 125 (10) 
Thatched cottage, 152 (238) 
Watering-place, The, 103 (123) 
Francia, F. L. T. 

Haves, Middlesex ; and A watermill, 
87 (no) 
Francis. Eva. 

Apple blossom, 45 (1387) 
Bignonia Venusta, 45 (1386) 
Jackmanni, 45 (1385) 
Lenten roses, 38 (815) 
Roses and marguerites, 38 (813) 
Thumbergia, 38 (814) 
Fraser, R. W. 

Elstow, 166 (3) 
On the Lark, 157 (113) 
Stream, A, 166 (3) 
French School. 

Voltaire, in blue coat, holding a paper, 
36 (783) 
Frledenson, Arthur. 

Near Wareham Bridge : October, 33 
(727) 
Frier, R. 

Loch Tyne, Tubat Castle, 125 (21) 
Fripp, A. D. 

At Serk : Cottages on the road to 

Coupee, 57 (6) 
Isle of Brechou, 57 (5) 
Fripp, George A. 

A.telets, The, 57 (4) 

Bale d'lcart, 56 (i) 

Bay on the coast of Serk : The Port 

du Moulin, 56 (2) 
Cottages above Bale du Jouonont : 

a flock of sheep in a road, 57 (8) 
Hilly river scene, with fishermen in a 

boat, 192 (31) 
North-west point of Serk : Hazy day, 

57(7) 
On the Coupee, Isle of Serk : Morning, 

56, (3) 
Tintagues at Serk : Sunset, 57 (9) 
Fry, Roger. 

Ch4teau d'Argonges, 44 (1365) 
Furniss, Harry. 

The " Lord Protect Us " group : 
(Parliamentary portraits), 63 (103) 
FoseU. H. 

Illustration to Homer, Book XVI, 
8 (274) 



GAINSBOROUGH, THOMAS, R.A. 

A homestead ; A woody landscape . 

and Study of a tree, 35 (772) 
Swineherd, The, 36 (780) 



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INDEX. 



Drawings 



Gastineaa, H. 

Storm ofi Mont St. Michel, 171 
(II) 
George, Sir Ernest, A.R.A. 

Old bridge of Cordoba, 30 (651) 
Gerard, J. Le Gain. 

Fishing harbour. A, 32 (697) 
Gillord, W. E. 

St. Stephen's, Walbrook, Interior of ; 
and Kensington Palace, 86 (8) 
Gillies, Margaret. 

Leaving the Highlands, 135 (247) 
Girtin, Thomas. 

Bamborough Castle ; and Dunstan- 
borough Castle, 99 (7) 

On the Exe* and Rochester, 89 

(159) 
Girvin, C. W. 

November evening near Bettws-y- 
Coed, 60 (122) 
Glass, Hamilton. 

Dunrobin Castle, 188 (67) 
GUndoni, H. Gillard. 

Old shoe. The, 127(75) 
Travelling pedlar, The, 169 (11 1) 
Glover, J. 

Landscapes, with buildings and 
figures, 88 (148) 
GoodaU, F., R.A. 

Eastern charity, 169 (112) 
Goodwin, Albert. 

Agra Fort, 19 (33) 
Scarborough, 19 (32) 
Sheep on the Downs, 156 (73) 
Winchelsea, View of, 127 (85) 
Goodwin, H. 

Lee : A quiet corner, 74 (3) 
Gonvion- St. Cyr, H. 

Dolce far niente ; and Preparing 
vegetables, 103 (124) 
Graham, L. 

Returning to the farm, 32 (690) 
Greenhaigh, T. 

River scene, with waterfall, 159 
(266^ 
Gregory, Charles. 

The Hodder River, Lancashire, 19 

(34) 

On Wisley Heath, Surrey, 19 (35) 
Gregory, E. J., R.A. 

Boulter's Lock, 189 (loi) 

Divided attention, 189 (103) 

In the canoe, 189 (104) 

Last touches, 189 (102) 
Greiflenhagen, Maurice. 

Beggar maid, The, 34 (744) 
Gnercino. 

Cupid, A, 36 (776) 

Samson and the Nemean lion, 35 
(774) 



Guthrie, Sir James, P.R.S.A. 

Morning walk. The, 157 (114) 
A portrait will be painted by the 
artist for the highest bidder, 33 
(705) 

H 

HAAG, M. G. 

Young artist. The, 32 (688) 
Hagemans, Maurice. 

Sheep at Campine, 102 (106) 
Haite, G. C. 

Flower market : Wet weather, 32 

(679) 
Hale, W. Matthews. 

A bit of old Winchester, 19 (47) 

Autumn evening, 19 (46) 

Bristol: St. Raphael's Church, 19 

(39) 
Bristol : The leaning tower of Temple 

Church, 19 (43) 
In the times of the Vikings, 19 (36) 
Lucerne, 19 (37) 

Newlyn : Early morning, 19 (45) 
Newlyn, The Quay Pool, 19 (42) 
Rough weather, Bumham, 19 (44) 
San Marino from Rimini, 19 (41) 
Venetian fishing-boats at Rimini, 19 

(38) , , 

Venice, S. Giorgio Maggiore, 19 (40) 

HaU, G. L. 

River scene : Moonlight, 30 (642) 
Hamilton, D., R.A. 

Bacchus and .^iadne, 152 (239) 
Hamilton, W., R.A. 

Siddons, Mrs., in white dress, 192 

(32) 
Hankey, W. Lee. 

Belgian village children going to 
school, 38 (818) 

Etaples : Jealousy, 57 (4°) 
Harding, J. D. 

Oaks in Arden Forest, 125 (12) 
Hardwick, J. Jessop. 

Primroses, 19 (51) 
Hardy, James, junr. 

Grouse, 154 (17) 

Gillie on the look-out, 125 (13) 

Head of a man, 192 (33) 

Picking wUd flowers, 192 (33) 
Hardy, T. B. 

Boulogne harbour, 167 (39) 

Fishing-boats leaving Katwyke, 60 

(115) 
Leaving port, 58 (77) 
Leigh, Essex, 127 (76) 
Low tide, 37 (806) 
Margate, 45 (1379) 



Drawings 



INDEX. 



207 



Mouth of the harbour, 188 (68) 

Mouth of the Meuse, 60 (116) 

North Shields ; and Off the coast, 
100 (26) 

Off the pier, 168 (55) 

Rescued from the Caister Bank, 58 
(75) 

Scheveningen beach, 152 (240) 

South Foreland, 58 (76) 

Venice, 60 (118) 

Venice from the Lagoons, 60 (117) 
Harlamoff, A. 

Contemplation, 34 (748) 
Harlow, G. H. 

Siddons, Mrs., in the sleep-walking 
scene from " Macbeth," 36 
(775A) 
Hart, T. 

Rocky coast scenes, 192 (34) 
Hartrick, A. S. 

Sally at down. A, 19 (48) 
Hatherell, W. 

Florentine love song, 30 (657) 
Hawkins, Grace H. 

A portrait will be painted by the 
artist for the highest bidder, 35 
(757) 
Hayes, Edwin. 

Off the jetty, 31 (666) 
Heaphy, T. 

Gentleman standing on a terrace, 76 
(53) 
Hector, W. Cunningham. 

A portrait will be painted by the artist 
for the highest bidder, 35 (763) 
Hemy, C. Napier, R.A. 

An oysterman, 19 (49) 

Full moon. The, 156 (74) 
Henderson, C. Cooper. 

Coaching scenes, 172 (19) 

French diligence, 114 (280) 

Phaeton, A, 172 (19) 
Henry, James L. 

Simplon, On the, 46 (1407) 
HenshaU, J. Henry. 

" Merry goes the time when the heart 
is young," 156 (88) 

" Oh ! the pity of it ! " 19 (50) 
Heriot, Robertine. 

Green glass. 33 (729) 
Herring, J. F., senr. 

The months, 127 (90) 
Hicks, L. 

In the Cathedral, 44 (1369) 
Higgins, Reginald E. 

Sketch for a decoration, 33 (725) 
HiU, Rowland H. 

Wreck of the British hospital ship 
" Rohilla " near Whitby, Oct. 30tb, 
1914, 37 (808) 



Hills, R. 

Hilly landscape, with cattle, 186 (21) 
Hlne, Harry. 

Salisbury Cathedral : April, 31 (664) 
Hodgson, S. J. 

Antwerp, Street in, i6g (113) 
Hogarth, W. 

'■ Subscription"-" certificate of the 
Foundling Hospital," 36 (784) 
Holbein, Hans. 

De?ign for a church window, 82 (217) 
HoUar, W. 

Passav, Panoramic view of, 98 (292) 
Hopkins, Arthur. 

Elusive eye. The, "19 (54) 

Freshwater, Isle of Wight, 19 (53) 

Spring : Hampstead Heath, 19 
(52) 
Hornel, E. A. 

In the orchard, 33 (704) 
Howitt, Samuel. 

Fox-hunting : Set of four — Putting 
hounds in cover ; Away ; Full cry ; 
The death, 114 (288) 
Huet, J. B. 

Shepherdess, A, 169 (114) 
Hughes, R. 

On the banks of the Mediterranean, 
37 (805) 
Hughes, Talbot. 

Moon speU, The, 38 (829) 
Hughes-Stanton, H., A.R.A. 

Among the hiUs, 156 (75) 

From Hindhead, looking into Sussex, 

19 (55) 
Kirkston Pass from Borrowdale, 156 

(76) 
Hulk, A., junr. 

Morning ; and Evening, 125 (14) 
Hunt, A. W. 

Ryle Rhea, between Skye and the 

mainland, 127 (77) 
Hunt, W. 

Apples and black and white grapes. 

127 (78) 
Flower-seller, 152 (241) 
Fruit ; and Fruit, flowers, and bird's- 

nest, 100 (28) 
Gooseberries, apple, and cherries, 187 

(65) 

Nuts and blackberries, 156 (784) 

Oyster-she 1 and onion, 29 (615) 

Peacock, A, 57 (21) 

Plough-boy, The, 100 (27) 

Purple grapes and melon, 188 
(69) 
Hunter, J. Young. 

Farm-cart, The, 157 (115) 
Hyde, W. 

Autumn evening, 46 (1405) 



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INDEX. 



Drawings 



IBBETSON, J. C. 

An Eastern scene, 192 (24) 
Ireland, S. 

Illustrations to " The picturesque 
views on the River Severn," 88 
(130) 
Ireland, Thos. 

Banks of the Avon, 189 (105) 
Ironside, G. E., after Bigg. 

Saturday morning, 122 (237) 
Isabey, J. B. 

Due de Tallyrand, in grey coat, 192 
(35) 
Israels, Isaac. 

Resting, 157 (116) 
Israeb, Josel. 

Paddling, 34 (755) 
Italian School. 

Man, holding a book, 74 (4) 



JACKSON, S. 

River Avon, aeai Clifton, 88 (147) 
James, Francis E. 

Cypripedium, 30 (645) 

Harbour, The, 19 (58) 

Mallows and poppies, 19 (56) 

White pinks, 20 (58A) 

Zinnias, 19 (57) 
Jex-Blake, Evangeline. 

Quay at Concarneau, 46 (1408) 
John, Augustus E. 

A portrait will be painted by the artist 
for the highest bidder, 32 (693) 

Study of a female figure, 29 (628) 
Johnstone, H. J. 

Fern-gatherer, The, 169 (115) 
Jones, Owen. 

Design for a library, Moorish style, 



122 (220) 



K 



KEENE, CHARLES. 

An autumn manoeusTe, 37 (800) 

" In Terrorem," an illustration to 

" Punch " ; and A saving grace, 

125 (15) 
" Punch, Mr.," in an easy-chair, 

reading, 38 (812) 
Responsibility, 37 (797) 
Kelly, Gerald Festus. 

A portrait will be painted by the 

artist for the highest bidder, 32 

(689) 



KeUy, R. G. 

View on the Thames at London 
Bridge, 45 (1380) 
Kemp-Welch, Lucy. 

Turning at the hedge, 33 (708) 
King, Yeend. 

On the Dee, 32 (702) 
Kirk, T. 

Three illustrations to " Meditations 
and Contemplations," 191 (15) 
Kirkpatrick, EtheL 

Grey day on the Cornish coast ; and 
Summer by sea, 38 (826) 
Kneller, Sir G., after, by W. Derby. 

Ormond, James Butler, ist Duke of, 
36 (779) 
Knewstub, W. J. 

Tee-to-tum, 57 (22) 
Knight, Harold. 

Mirror, The, 34 (750) 
Knight, J. Buxton. 

Fishing-boats becalmed, 155 (34) 

On the Medway, 155 (35) 
Kuwasseg, C. 

Antwerp, View of, 33 (722) 



LAMONT, T. R. 

Reader, The, 170 (117) 
Their ancestor, 169 (ii6) 
Landseer, Sir E., R.A. 

An important conference, 191 (i6) 
Milkmaid, A, 36 (789) 
Lanza, G. G. 

Naples, Bay of ; and Paestum, The 
Temple of, 125 (16) 
Laporte, M. 

Loch Leven Castle ; and The cobbler, 
with the inn at Arrochar, 35 (771) 
Laszlo, P. A. de. 

A portrait will be painted by the 
artist for the highest bidder, 32 
(682) 
Portrait study of Madame Marthe 
Lettelier, 32 (683) 
La Thangue, H. H., R.A. 

In a cottage garden, or the sawing- 
horse, 34 (745) 
L'Aubiniere, Georgina M. de. 

Looking west, Portscatho : A sunny 
afternoon, 45 (1384) 
Lavery, J., A.R.A. 

A portrait will be painted by the 
artist for the highest bidder, 33 
(731) 
Law, David. 

Harrow-on-the-Hill, loi (64) 



Drawings 



INDEX. 



209 



Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A. 

Meredith, Lucy, 76 (54) 
Portrait of a lady, 82 (230) 
LawsoD, Cecil G. 

Yorkshire, The Wharfe, 129 (153) 
Leader, B. W., R.A. 

On the Cornish coast, 32 (698) 
Leancini, S. 

Venice, View in, 170 (118) 
Le Cave, P. 

Market-cart, A, and Figures and 
animals, 88 (119) 
Leeeb, John. 

Burglar and coal, coal skuttle ; 
Arrival of husband's boat at Mar- 
gate ; New Zealander collecting 
taxes ; and Gentleman on return 
from Epsom, 56 (305) 
" Now, Jim, what are you waiting 

for ? " 44 (1370) 
"Doosed aggravating for young Comet 

Flinders, you know ! " 29 (616) 
The fight, 56 (304) 
Leeeh, W. J. 

Through a blue net, Concameau, 34 
(739) 
Leiteh, W. L. 

Cattle watering : Evening, 125 (17) 
Cattle watering ; and a Landscape, 

88 (131) 
Italy, View in, with peasants, 186 
(22) 
Leiy, Sir Peter. 

Portrait of a lady, S (264) 

after, by W. Derby. 

Southampton, Thos. Wriothesley, 
4th Earl of, 36 (779) 
Leighton, E. Blair. 

A nibble, 32 (703) 
Leighton, Lord, P.R.A. 

Figure subject, 37 (809) 
Study for " The death of Brunel- 
leschi," 38 (817) 
Lemez, L., after Sigalon. 

Head of a lady, wearing a blue hat, 
with white feather, 172 (24) 
Lessore, E. 

Children in the fields, 32 (692) 
Lessore, Jules. 

Whitehall, 59 (93) 
Lindner, Moffat P. 

Venice, 30 (659) 
Linton, Sir J. D. 

Rose, The, 156 (89) 
Little, Robert. 

Haymaking by the Colne, 20 (62) 
Lyme Regis : A happy valley, 20 

(61) 
Present field of battle at Laon, A.D. 
1840, 20 (59) 



Sea-piece, loi (68) 

Warwick : Sunset on the Avon, 20 
(60) 
Uewellyn, W., A.R.A. 

Young girl reading, 32 (691) 
Lloyd, Tom. 

King's Langley : Spring, 103 (125) 

Romney Marshes : Summer evening, 
103 (126) 
Logsdail, William. 

The 2ist of October, 33 (710) 
Lorenzetto, Hdlle. 

Jeunesse, 36 (785) 
Lorimer, J. H., R.S.A. 

Flowery window, A, 20 (63) 
Loring, Francis W. 

Venice : A palace gateway, 34 (756) 
Lover, S. 

Durham, Head of the Earl of, 192 
(27) 

Peter the Great, in armour, 192 (27) 
Ludovici, A. 

In the park, 167 (53, 54) 

Reading, 167 (54) 
Lusier, G. B. 

Terracina, View of, with the Pontine 
Palace, 74 (5) 



M 



MACBRIDE, ALEXANDER. 

Seville : in the Alcazar, 157 (117) 
HcCalium, A. 

In Memoriam : the Victorian reign, 
46 (1410) 

Neptune's tribute, 46 (1411) 
McCormick, Arthur D. 

Deserters, 45 (1393) 
MacDongaU, Jessie. 

Martello Tower on the coast of 
Ireland, 46 (1401) 
Mackenzie, F. 

Rivaulx Abbey, 154 (18) 
McKewan, D. H. 

An old castle, 152 (251) 
McPherson, J. 

Landscape, with sheep in foreground, 
135 (248) 
Haequoid, T. R. 

Bakewell, Derbyshire, 102 (112) 

Gisors, Normandy, 102 (117) 

Granada, A well at the Alhambra, 

102 {114) 

Granada, The Lion Court, Alhambra, 

103 (118) 

Italy, Lucas Cathedral, 102 (116) 
Kent, Farm near Sevenoaks ; and 
Winchelsea, Pine trees, 102 (115) 



INDEX. 



Drawings 



Malines, The old Crane, 102 (116) 

Peonies, 103 (118) 

Segovia, E Parrel, 102 (114) 

Seville, At, 103 (118) 

Spain, under the oranges, 102 (113) 

Sussex, Cottages, Lindlield, 102 (117) 
HacWhirter, J., R.A. 

Lake Coruisk, Isle of Skye, 192 (36) 
Halton, James. 

Design for a gateway, 98 (305) 

Margate,Dandelion Gateway, 88 (134) 
Malton, T. 

Uxbridge House, Burlington Gardens, 
86(9) 

Westminster Abbey, North front of, 
86 (10) 
Maris, James. 

Italian street musician, 8 (278) 
Marks, H. Stacey, R.A. 

Cavalier, A, 35 (773) 

Griffin vulture. The, 82 (234) 
Mario sv, W. 

London from Greenwich, 86 (11) 

London from Streatham Common, 86 

(I2> 

Marshall, H. M. 

Embankment, The, 188 (90) 
Martineau, Gertrude. 

Water-lilies in Rothiemurchus woods, 
103 (127) 
Mauve, A. 

Washing-day, 155 (32) 
Maxwell, Donald. 

British warships helping in the land 
battles, 37 (796) 
May, Phil. 

And dark blue in her e.e., 159 (247) 
May, W, W, 

Low tide, 38 (823) 
Mayor, Fred. 

Pont d'Avignon, 31 (676) 
Medlycott, Sir Hubert. 
Ghent, 45 (1397) 

Venice boats off St. Giorgio, 45 
(138S) 
Mee, Anne. 

Wellington, Duke of, 37 (798) 
Mercier, Ruth. 

Gondolier, A, 46 (1404) 
Meissonier, J. L. E. 

Ca\alier of the time of Louis XIII, 

33 (714) 
Juste Aurele, 44 (1372) 
Millais, Sir J. E., P.R.A. 

Attack on Kenilworth Castle, 31 

(663) 
Pencil sketch for " The North-West 

Passage," igi (16) 
Study of a female figure ; and Head 
of a lady, 37 (803) 



Mole, J. H. 

By the sea, 125 (20) 

Young anglers, 125 (19) 
Monson. 

Two illustrations to " The Relapse," 
" The Way of the World," 191 (15) 
Montague, A. 

Beach scene, 172 (20) 
Montalba, Clara. 

Guidecca, The, 20 (64) 

Salute, The, 20 (65) 
Moore, A. P. 

Bath Abbey, 88 (135) 

Saint Benedict, Gracechurch, 86 (13) 
Morgan, Fred. 

See-saw, 127 (91) 
Morgan, Hawley. 

Deceiver, The, 36 (786) 
Norland School. 

Shepherd's boy. The, 36 (782) 
Mostyn, Tom. 

Invaders, The, 33 (715) 
Muirhead, David. 

Norwich, View near, loi (67) 
Muller, W. 

Cottage interior, 125 (21) 
Mulready, W., R.A. 

Male study, 99 (18) 
Murray, David, R.A., A.R.S.A. 

Bridge on the Broads, The, 20 (66) 

Picardy, St. Riquier : A wet market- 
day, 103 (128) 

N 

HAFTEL, P. J. 

On the road to the Ferieri, near 

Amalfi, 186 (23) 
On the road to Pontoni, near Amalfi, 
74(6) 
Hardi, E. 

Sunset at Terracina, Italy, 30 (637) 
Hash, F. 

Ruins of a Temple, 88 (116) 
Nash, J. 

Rouen, The Palais de Justice, 46 
(1406) 
Near, Van der. 

Town on a river, with skaters, 171 
(15) 
Newton, A. P. 

Athens, Gateway of Propylaea, 188 
(88) 
mbbs, R. H. 

Kingston Quay, Shoreham harbour 
152 (242) 
mcholson, F. 

River scene, 87 (in) 
Chester ; and Hilly lake scenes, 88 
(140) 



Drawings 



INDEX. 



Nicholson, W. 

Oxford : — All Souls' gateway, 57 (36) 

Bodleian Library, 57 (39) 

Christchurch, 57 (41 a) 

Magdalen Grammar School, 57 (30) 

Merton College, 57 (38) 

Queen's College, 57 (34) 

St. John's College : The la^vn, 57 (35) 

University College, 57 (31) 

Wadham College, 57 (31) 

Wadham College, Garden front, 57 
(37) 

VVorce~ter College, 57 (32) 
mcol, Ersklne, A.R.A. 

Oysterman, The, 45 (1381) 
Nicolet, Gabriel. 

Le CoUis de Corail, 30 (656) 
Hisbet, R. B. 

Crail harbour, 61 (8) 

Returning from market : Wet day, 
61 (7) 
Noble, J. S. 

Waiting for the guns, 187 (57) 
Noble, R. 

Prestonkirk : The old sawmill, 34 
(734) 

Ravcnsauch shore, 34 (735) 
Norris, Hugh L. 

Farm, The, 61 (9) 
North, J. W., A.R.A. 

" The rigid hoar frost melts before 
his beam," 20 (67) 

Under the greenwood tree, 58 (45) 



o 



O'BRIEN, DERMOD, P.R.H.A. 

The oat-ficld, 33 (709) 
OrchardsoD, Sir W. Q., R.A. 
Housewife, T e, 167 (44) 
Orpen, William, A.R.A. 

A portrait will be painted by the 
artist for the highest bidder, 32 
(699) 
OiT, Stewart. 

Two views in the Highlands, 157 (117) 
Orrock, J. 

Bewcastle, 186 (24) 

Clouds on CrifEel, 29 (621) 

Doune Castle, near Stirling, 29 (624) 

Derbyshire : Weston-on-Trent, 9 

(622) 
Hampton Lucy Church, and the River 

Avon, near Stratford, 188 (66) 
Holy Island : Low water, 29 (620) 
Jedburgh Abbey, 29 (623) 
Leicestershire : Tyburn Hill, Brad- 
gate Park, 29 (6i8) 



Mangold field in Surrey : Peper 
Harrow in the distance, 188 (70) 

On the Nith, 29 (617) 

Scuir-nan-GiUean and Sligachan Inn, 
Isle of Skye, 187 (59) 

Yorkshire : On the Wharfe, 29 (619) 
Ouviie, Justin. 

Venice, The Grand Canal ; and York 
Minster, 125 (i) 



PALFRET, P. 

Aldgate, " The BuU Inn" ; HockeriU, 
" The Crown " ; Stansted, " The 
Old BeU " ; Stansted, " The White 
Bear " ; Woodford, " The White 
Hart," 114 (281) 

Coaching subjects, set of six, 114 
(289) 

Going to the fair ; Portraits of " May 
Royal," " Hedon Squire," and 
" Royal Danegelt " ; " Rose- 
water " ; " Royal Danegelt," 114 
(290) 
Palmer, Sutton. 

Departure, The : and Village scene 
near Cairo, 152 (243) 

Surrey Common, A, 61 (10) 
Parker, John. 

Buscot Lock, on the Thames, 20 (68) 
Partridge, Bernard. 

Excursionist, The ; A cartoon for 
" Punch," November 4th, 1914, 
36 (786A) 
Paterson, James, RJS.A. 

Claudina, Oratava, Tenerifie, 20 (75) 

Realejo Alto, Tenerifie, 20 (76) 
Parsons, Alfred, R.A. 

Buckinghamshire : Old bams and 
cherry trees, 20 (69) 

Japan : Fields at Hamamatsu, 20 
(74) 

Maidenhead : Crimson rambler, 20 
(71) 

Somerset : A dairy farm, 20 (70) 

Spring blossoms, 30 (640) 

Sussex : A Pergola, 20 (73) 

Youth of the year. The, 20 (72) 
Paton, Frank. 

Good old days, The and " London 
and Manchester " coach in the 
snow, 170 (119) 

Huntsman and hounds, 98 (298) 

Racehorse, A, 98 (297) 

Rough and ready, 170 (120) 
Paton, Waller H. 

Dahnally, 38 (819) 

Sunset in the Highlands, 38 (820) 



INDEX. 



Drawings 



Payne, W. 

Cawsand Bay, Rame Head ; Ply- 
mouth, Mount Batten ; View near 
Blackheath, 88 (144) 
Chepstow Castle ; Devon, A weir on 
the Tavey ; Harbour scene, 88 
(142) 
Devon, Brent Church ; Stoke, near 

Mount Edgecumbe, 88 (143) 
Turnpike at Hayes, on the road to 
Uxbridge, 88 (141) 
Pears, Chas. 

First race of the season, i65 (1) 
Pearson, C. 

Hilly lake scene, 166 (4) 
Returning home, 60 (120) 
Pelegrino. 

Christ before Pilate, 152 (244) 
Pellegrini, C. 

VVombwell, Sir George, Bart., 167 
(47) 
Peppercorn, A. D. 

Quiet water, 33 (718) 
Perceval, F. F. 

Capheaton, The lake, 99 (i) 
Pettie, J., R.A. 

Ransom, The, 35 (760) 
PhUp, J. G. 

Cornwall, near Land's End, and at 

Kynance Cove, 135 (244) 
Mountainous lake scenes ; and Near 
Land's End, and Kynance Cove, 
Cornwall, 88 (146) 
Phillip, CoUn B. 

At Glen Car, Co. Kerry, 20 (79) 
Coast of Ayrshire : A breezy day, 20 

(77) 
Loch Lomond, above Inversnaid, 20 

Phillott, Constance. 

Dancers, 20 (So) 
Piekard, Louise. 

Thames at Chelsea, The, 33 (713) 
Pirie, George. 

Highland interior, 33 (723) 
Pocaike, W. 

St. Mary's, Stratford, 86 (14) 
Poeock, N. 

Bristol harbour, 56 (288) 

Rocky coast, with boats in a storm, 
100 (33) 

Weston-super-Mare, 56 (289) 
PoUard, James. 

Salmon fishing, 82 (252) 
Poole, P. L. 

Lady seated in a landscape, 82 (220) 
Powell, Alfred. 

Pulborough, In the meadows, 187 
(61) 

Rye from the marshes, 187 (63) 



Surrey, Hambledon Common, 187 
(62) 
Poynter, Ambrose. 

Ruins of the Old Savoy Palace, 
before the demolition of the 
approaches to Waterloo Bridge, 
74(7) 
Poynter, Sir E. J., Bart., P.R.A. 

Hermia, 20 (81) 
Priestman, Arnold. 

Littlehampton quay, 33 (706) 
Procter, Ernest. 

Kensington Gardens, The fountain, 
45 (1383) 
Proctor, Janet. 

Church at Etavigny destroyed by 
the Germans, 31 (660) 
Front, S. 

Beach scene, with fisherfolk, 186 

(25) 
Coast scene, with figures, 152 (245) 
Hulks at Plymouth, 129 (154) 
Hulks on the coast, 100 (29) 
Interior of a cathedral, 82 (229) 
Pryde, James. 

Souvenir of a costume ball, 33 (721) 
Pugin, A. 

House of the Minister of the French 
RepubUc in Portland Square, 86 
(15) 
Pyne, C. C. 

Old London Bridge, 86 (14) 
Pyne, J. B. 

Lago Maggiore, 35 (762) 



R 



RACKHAH, ARTHUR. 

" Boys and girls come out to play," 

20 (86) 
Fox and the grapes, 20 (85) 
Humpty-Dumpty, 20 (87) 
" Little Betty Blue lost her hoUday 

shoe," 20 (84) 
" Peter Pan," a design for, 20 (82) 
See-saw, 20 (83) 
Rayner, S. 

An old castle ; and Ruined abbey, 

127 (86) 
Reed, E. T. 

Joe's long swim, 37 (799) 
Reynolds, F. G. 

Castle in a landscape, 88 (147) 
Reynolds, Sir J., P.R.A., after. 

Girl with a dog ; and Johnson, Miss, 

76 (55) 
Mask, The ; and The Ghost, 46 

(1412) 



Drawings 



INDEX. 



213 



Rheam, H. 

Idler, The, 60 (121) 
Rich. Alfred W. 

Richmond, Yorkshire, 30 (653) 
Yorkshire village, loi (68) | 

Richards, Frank. | 

Study of a camel, 38 (827) 1 

Thames, On the, 38 (828) | 

Richardson, T. H. 

Castle on the Rhine, 187 (58) 
Dunstone Doune Castle, loo (30) 
Isola Madre, 167 (43) 
Lago Maggiore, Laveno, 186 (26) 
Richardson, W. 

Old Drury Court ; and Wvch Street, 

86 (16) 
St. James's Church, Garlick Hill ; 
and St. George's Church, Hanover 
Square, 86 (17) 
Richmond, Sir W. B., R.A. 

Monastery, The. from St. Bernairdino's 

cell, Assisi, 33 (724) 
Sketches at Sheringham, Norfolk, 
188 (91) 
Ricketts, Charles. 

Good Samaritan, The, 35 (766) 
Rigby, Cuthbert. 

Fumess Tells . Hazy October, 20 

(88) 
Morecambe Bay, 21 (90) 
Wetherlam and Coniston old man, 
20 (8g) 
Riviere, Briton, R.A. 

Sketch for " Petty larceny," 30 (636) 
Riviere, Hugh G. 

A portrait will be painted by the 
artist for the highest bidder, 34 
(753) 
Robert!, R. 

Curio dealer and The Study, 152 
(-46) 
Roberts, D., R.A. 

Classical ruins, 170 (121) 
Interior of a cathedral, 88 (148) 
Roberts, T. S. 

London from the new Custom House, 
86 (18) 
Robertson, C. 

\'egetable cart, The, 103 (t29) 
Robinson, F. Cayley. 
" Dawn," 21 (91) 
Mother and child, 35 (765) 
Robinson, Gregory. 

Roaming ome, 58 (47) 
Robson, G. F. 

Hilly landscape with waterfall, 122 

(223) 
Imogen in the cave, 186 (i) 
Lake in .Argyllshire, 57 (23) 
View in North Wales, 186 (27) 



Romanelli. 

Judgment, 35 (773) 
Romney, G., alter, by Lady Elizabeth 
Waldegrave. 

Warren, Miss, 76 (55) 
Rooke, T. M. 

St. Bartholomew's, Smithfield, 21 

(93) 
Venice, Campo Sta. Margherita, 2t 
(92) 
Rooker, M. A. 

Clevedon-on-Thames ; Castle on a 
river ; and Priory at Bumhum 
Norton, 88 (150) 
Ross, Sir W. C, R.A. 

Somerset, Duchess of, 192 (37) 
RoussofI, A. N. 

Cairo, 170 (122) 

Venice : A side canal, 43 (1389) 
Rowbotham, C. 

Falls of Tumnell, and Allan Water, 
159 (267) 
Rowbotham, T. L. 

Great .\ndeleys, 125 (22) 
Rowe, E. A. 

Far from the madding crowd, 103 
(130) 
Rowlandson, T. 

Book auction. A, 82 (241) 
Borough interest or the way to pro- 
motion, 82 (219) 
Bull-baiting, 159 (264) 
Chatham barracks, 87 (103) 
Chelsea, Cheyne Walk, 87 (95) 
Cornwall, Cattle-market at Camel- 
ford, 87 (70) 
Devon : A bull fair, Barnstaple, 87 

(97) 
Duck-hunt at Bartholomew Lane, 

191 (17) 
Embarking at Brightstone ; and 

River scene, with bathers, 87 (76) 
Farmyard, with a peasant family and 

animals, 87 (59) 
Free-and-Easy Club, Anniversary 

feast of, 87 (104) 
Gallant's downfall. The, 87 (88) 
Gamesters, The, 87 (102) 
Havmakers resting ; and The wreck, 

87 (78) 
Inn door ; and Dutch interior, 87 

(73) 

Irish Member on his way to the 
House of Commons, 87 (92) 

Last dying speech ; and Buy a rat- 
er a mouse-trap, 87 (50) 

Monkey tricks, 152 (247) 

Northamptonshire : A review :U 
Brackley, 87 (100) 

Quaker and the clerk, 87 (98) 

IS 



214 



INDEX. 



Drawings 



Recovery of a dormant title, 82 (245) 

Rector and the blind beggar, 15a 
(247) 

River scene, with cattle and figures 
in the foreground, 87 (106) 

River scene, with buildings, boats, 
and figures ; and Woody landscape, 
with cottages, figures, and animals, 
87 (71) 

Road by the river, with wagon and 
figures ; and Mountain stream, with 
an angler, 87 (79) 

Slop, Dr., 82 (242) 

Toast, The, 87 (gg) 

" Tom Jones and Sophia Western " ; 
an illustration to Fielding's " His- 
tory of a foundling," 87 (94) 

Twickenham Ferry ; and River scene 
with boats and figures, 87 (74) 

Village scene, with cattle in the fore- 
ground ; and Barrymore, Lord, 
driving his phaeton, 87 (77) 

Village scene, with wagon and 
figures ; and Village on the coast, 
with figures, 87 (75) 

Waltham Cross, 152 (247) 
Ruith, H. van. 

Chelsea : Electric power station, 37 
(793) 
Ruskin, J. 

Rouen : A cathedral spire, 74 (8) 
Russell, J., B.A. 

Boy, in blue coat, with white flchou, 
193 (55) 

Country doctor. The, 172 (21) 

Gentleman in armour, holding a 
baton, 193 (56) 
Rnsbrack, M. 

Joseph and Potiphar's wife, 159 (240) 
Rutland, Violet Duchess of. 

Asquith, Rt. Hon. H. H., M.P.. 36 
(787) 

Salisbury, the third Marquess of, 36 
(788) 



SAFTLEVEN, H. 

Hilly landscape, 35 (775) 
Salimbene. 

Coronation of the Virgin, 35 (775) 
Sandby, Paul, R.A. 

.\lnwick Castle, 88 (156) 

Coast scene ; Sir J. Elvil's house, 

near Egham, Surrey ; View near 

Hampton, 88 (157) 
Deptford, the old bridge and castle ; 

Gloucester, west gate and bridge, 

88 (154) 



Mountainous landscape ; and A 

ruined tower, 88 (155) 
River scene, with figures and animals, 
88 (153) 
Sandby, T. 

Glastonbury ; and The Cathedral, 
Wells, 89 (15S) 
Sandys, F. 

Heads of Miss Eva M. S. Paddon and 
Master Stanley S. Wreford Paddon, 
157 (119) 
Paddon, Mrs. Wreford, 157 (118) 
Santini, D. 

Rome : The Cloisters of St. Paul's, 
45 (139-) 
Sargent, J. S., R.A. 

A portrait in charcoal will be exe- 
cuted by the artist for the highest 
bidder, 30 (638), 30 (369) 
Karer See, 21 (95) 
Under the poplars, 21 (94) 
SatchweU, R. W. 

Devout exercises, 192 (24) 
Saxon, G. 

Dead game, 57 (21) 
Scott, Tom. 

On a Dutch canal, 10 1 (69) 
Schnebbelie, R. B. 

Court of Requests in the Guildhall 

Chapel, 86 (24) 
GuUdhall Chapel, 85 (19) 
Shalders, G. 

Sheep on a common, 152 (248) 
Sharpies. J. 

Washington, George, in black coat, 
193 (57) 
Shaw, Byam. 

" It's not only with ink that blots 

are made," 37 (794) 
" Love is too young to know what 

conscience is," 32 (701) 
The httle grief, 21 (96) 
Shelley, R. 

Head of a child and Lady, in 

decollete dress, 191 (18) 
Head of a lady and a gentleman ; 
Lady, in black dress ; and Study of 
three children, 191 (19) 
Sketch of two sisters and Admiral 
Forley, 191 (20) 
Shelley, S. 

Ruspini, Mrs., and child, 191 (20) 
Shepherd, F. N. 

Upper Street, Islington, 86 (22) 
Shepherd, G. 

View in London, 159 (258) 

House at the back of Holborn, 159 

(244) 
Old Hungerford market ; and Talbot 
Inn, Southwark, 86 (21) 



Drawings 



INDEX. 



215 



St. Martin's Church and the statue 
of Charles I ; and A street scene, 
86 (20) 
Shepherd, T. H. 

An ancient house in Butcher Row, 
Whitechapel ; Devonshire House, 
Piccadilly, 86 (22) 
Illustrations to " London in the 19th 

Century," 86 (23) 
St. Martin's Lane, 86 (14) 
Shepperson, Claude. 

Another militant, 21 (99) 
Barbara to nurse, 21 (98) 
" Not that in Truth, when Life began. 
He shunned the Flutter of the 
Fan." 
A gentleman of the Old School, 

Austin Dobson, 21 (100) 
Salt and sunny days, 21 (97) 
SherriD, J. 

Grapes and apples, 170 (123) 
Roses, 192 (38) 
Sidaner, H. Le. 

La Boucherie, 34 (743) 
Sidebottom, F. N. 

Arundel Castle : Derwentwater and 

Tenby, 155 (30) 
Cumberland : Evening " Septem- 
ber " : and Skiddaw, 155 (29) 
Sigalon, alter, by L. Lem z. 

Head of a lady, with blue hat and 
white feather, 172 (24) 
Simoni, G. 

At Tlemcen, in Algeria, 125 (23) 
Simpson, Charles W. 

Reflections, 31 (665) 
Simpson, Henry. 

Dardanelles, The ; and Palazzo 
Cadoro, 46 (1403) 
Sims, Charles, A.R.A. 

Figure piece, 30 (649) 
On the shore, 21 (loi) 
Sinclair, J. 

Study of mist, 60 (122) 
Small, C. Pereival. 

Portrait, in red and black chalk, will 
be executed by the artist for the 
highest bidder, 31 (677) 
SraaUfleld, F. 

Negro's head, 170 (118) 
Smallwood, W. F. 

Westminster Hall, 86 (24) 
Smirke, R., R.A. 

Illustrations to " The Invisible Spy " ; 
and " The Sorrows of Werter," 191 
(21) 
Smith, Carlton A. 

Berkshire village, 15 (1399) 
Hat-makers, Luton, Beds, 189 (106) 
Littlehampton, 45 (1382) 



Smith, J. R. 

Justice, 82 (236) 
Smith, Percy T. 

Procession entering a church, 159 
(261) 
Smith, T. 

Haddon Hall, 135 (243) 
Smythe, Lionel P., R.A. 

Gleaner, The, 21 (102) 

Study : A market woman, 21 (103) 

Study of a girl, 21 (104) 
Smythe, Minnie. 

November's charm, 21 (105) 
Soane, Sir J., R.A. 

Entrance to the tomb of a hero, 122 
(222) 
Solomon, Simeon. 

Head of a lady, 74 (9) 

Sir Galahad ; and Summer, 187 
(64) 
Sottthgate, Frank. 

Herons, 172 (28) 
Sparks, H. Blande. 

Lover's arrival, The, 155 (36) 
StanQeld, Clarkson, R.A. 

Abbeville ; and On the coast of 
Brittany, 89 (159) 

Making St. Katharine's Docks, 29 
(630) 

Study of an old bridge, 192 (39) 
SteeUnk, W. 

Changing pastures, 61 (11) 
Steeple, J. 

Low tide, 60 (120) 
Steer, P. Wilson. 

Forest glade, 32 (681) 
Steuben, Baron C. 

La morte de Napoleon, 34 (746) 
Stevens, Albert. 

North Devon : On the East Lynn, 
1^5 (::4) 
Stock, H. J. 

Inspiration, 154 (19) 
Stone, Marcus, R.A. 

Yes or no ? 32 (694) 
Stone, F., R.A. 

Reading 1 sson. The, 152 (249) 
Storey, G. A., R.A. 

Coming events, 34 (742) 
Stotbard, T., R.A. 

Eleven illustrations to " The anti- 
quary," " As You Like It," etc., 
191 (22) 
Stott, Edward, A.R.A. 

Study for " Washing day," 31 (674) 
Strutt, A. W. 

Homewards at break of day, 154 (20) 

" .Mark, how they tremble, as the 
breechloader sounds against the 
hills," 154 (20) 



2l6 



INDEX. 



Drawings 



Stuart, G. 

Washington, George, in claret- 
coloured coat, 195 (115) 
Sullivan, E. J. 

Olivia and Sophia : " The Vicar of 

Wakefield," 21 (io5) 
Surtees, John. 

Sussex coast, On the, 45 (1396) 
Swan, Alice M. 

Wallflowers, 21 (107) 
Swan, J. M., R.A. 

Study of leopards, 129 (155) 
Swinburne, E. 

An Eastern town ; In the Cam- 

pagna ; and Lake scene, 100 (35) 
Grotto Ferrata, near Rome, loo (31) 
Italian landscape, with buildings and 

figures, 99 (8) 
Lake scene, 99 (19) 
Mountainous landscape, with sheep ; 

and A waterfall, 100 (33) 
River scene, with horseman driving 

cattle ; and Rocky coast scenes, 

100 (34) 
\'illage scene ; and A waterfall, 100 

(36) 
Swinburne, Julia. 

Italian bay scenes, 100 (31) 
Muh-eady,'w., R.A., head of, 99 (18) 
River scenes ; and Swiss town, 100 

(37) 



TALMAGE, A. 

Noonday heat, 32 (695) 
Tayler, F. 

Drawing cover, 29 (625) 

Letting hounds into covert, 167 (50) 
Taylor, E. 

Rose, The, 45 (137+) 
Taylor, L. Campbell. 

Palace of Versailles : Evening, 34 
(733) 
Teniers, David. 

View in a tomi, with figures, 82 (210) 
Tenkate, H. 

Gossips, 125 (25) 

Tavern interiors, 127 (79) 
Tenniel, Sir John. 

Germany's ally : The cartoon for 
" Punch," December loth, 1S70, 
36 (791) 
Terris, J. 

Cromer, The Old Port, 61 (12) 
Terry, H. 

Dame Durden, 189 (107) 
Thompson, H. Raymond. 

Nativity, The, 45 (1396) 



Thomson, Hugh. 

Arrival of the Sardiner, 125 (18) 
Thomson, Leslie. 

lona, A bay in, 21 (108) 
Morning, 21 (109) 
Thomson, M. 

Low tide ; and A schooner, 99 (20) 
Thorne-Waite, R. 

Between the showers, 156 (90) 
Kent, L\Tnpne Castle, 21 (no) 
Tidey, Alfred. 

Effingham, Kenneth, Earl of, in 
military uniform, 36 (790) 
Tidey, Henry. 

Forest flowers, 125 (26) 
Titian, after, by A. Falda. 
Concert, The, 137 (62) 
Tomassini. 

Apollo and Marsyas ; and Pan and 
SjTinx, 36 (777) 
Topham, F. W. 

A gaiie, 152 (249) 
The Psalmist, 33 (717) 
Townsend, F. H. 

For the wounded, 46 (1413) 
Tucker, E. 

Frigate, A, 100 (30) 
Tuke, H. S., R.A. 

A note on the beach, 21 (113) 
Falmouth, The harbour, 21 (n2) 
On the poop-deck, 21 (114) 
Schooners, 21 (in) 
Shipping group. A, 30 (644) 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A. 

Carnarvon and Harlech Castles, 122 

(229) 
Fifth plague. The, 74 (10) 
Gateway to Framlingham Castle ; 
King Arthur's Castle, Tintagel ; 
and Village on a river, 89 (160) 
GravQle-on-the-Seine, i66 (5) 
Hilly landscape, with cattle and 

figures, 29 (626) 
Lowestoft : A storm-lashed sea, with 
a wTeck and three small boats 
laden with figures, 156 (85) 
Sower, The, 125 (27) 
Sunset on the sea, 30 (633) 

alter, by Frederica Bedford. 

\enice, Grand Canal, 189 (105) 
Turner, Katherine. 

Stocks, 21 (115) 
Turner, W. (of Oxford). 

Oxford, View of, 167 (40) 
Return of the flock, 99 (9) 



u 



OWmS, T„ R.A. 

Captive, The, 186 (28 



Drawings 



INDEX. 



217 



VACCHI, ANDPEA. 

Three studies of head^, 35 (773) 
Vaeber, C. 

La Tarantella, 171 (11) 

Thebes ; and The Pyramids of 
Ghizeh, 127 (80) 
farley, A. F. 

River scene, 89 (163) 
Varley, J. 

An old cottage ; and River scene, 
with castle, 100 (39) 

Bamborough Castle, 187 (31) 

Barmouth, 187 (34) 

Bolton Abbey, 187 (36) 

Cattle watering : Morning ; iid 
Lindisfarne Abbey, 99 (11) 

Chelsea ; and Chiswick from Barnes, 

99 (10) 

Cromer ; and A view in the High- 
lands, 89 (163) 

Harlech Castle, 187 (32) 

HUly landscape, with viaduct ; Van- 
burgh House, in Greenwich Park, 

100 (38) 

Hilly river scene ; Lake scene, with 

chateau ; and Mountainous lake 

scene, 89 (162) 
Lake scene, with castle, 187 (33) 
Lake scene, with peasant and cattle, 

J87 (30) 
Landscape, with castle, two figures 

in the foreground, 186 (29) 
River scene, with angler, 152 (245) 
River scene, with boats and windmill, 

152 (250) 
River scene, with castle, 192 (38) 
River scene, with cattle : Sunset, 187 

(37) 

Thames, On the, 187 (38) 

Wales, Views in, 89 (164) 

Windsor, 187 (35) 

Windsor Castle from the river ; and 
" Thompson's grave," 89 (161) 
Ternet, Horace. 

French soldiers of the Grand Army 
crossing a stream, 30 (658) 
Vertue, G. 

Richard HI, 1S9 (107) 
Vosper, S. Carnow. 

An old chum, 21 (122) 

Brittany : Wet day, 21 (119) 

Chanticleer, 21 (117) 

Fountain of St. Barbe, 21 (116) 

Interior, 2J (121) 

Interior of a Breton Church, 21 (118) 

Miller, The, 21 (120) 



w 

WAIHEWRIGHT, T. F. 

Morning, 154 (21) 
Two children, with sheep, 192 {39) 
Wainwright, W. J. 

Festal day, 60 (123) 
" The yam," 21 (123) 
Waldegrave, Lady Elizabeth, alter G. 
Bomney. 

Warren, Miss, 76 (55) 
Walker, J. Hanson. 

" He was a great singer," 32 (684) 
Walker, W. Eyre. 

Afternoon in Merionethshire, 22 (124) 
Waller, Mrs. S. E. 

A portrait will be painted by the 
artist for the highest bidder, 33 
(707) 
Wa;te-s. U. W. 

View in the Highlands, 172 (27) 
Walton, Elijah. 

In the desert, 166 (6) 
Ward, Leslie (" Spy "). 
At Cowes, 63 (77) 
Bamum, P. J. ; Egerton Castle ; and 

Mornjngton Cannon, 63 (102) 
Brooke, Sir Anthony ; and Sassoon, 

Reuben David, 63 (97) 
BuckniU, Justice ; and McCall, Robert, 

K.C., 63 (86) 
Chamberlain, Joseph, 63 (83) 
Devonshire, Eighth Duke of 63 (85), 
Doherty, H. L. ; and Jephson, 

D. L. A., 63 (87) 
Fox, Colonel; and North, Colonel, 

63 (92) 
Generals group. The, 63 (76) 
Halsbury, Lord ; and Bruce, Justice 

Gainsford, 63 (89) 
Hambledon, Viscount, 63 (94) 
Hamilton, Duke of : A cartoon to 
" Vanity Fair," October iSth, 1873, 
167 (47) 
Heads of the law, 63 (78) 
Holford, Lt.-Colonel Sir George, 63 

(88) 
Johnstone, Captain ; and James, 

Arthur, 63 (93) 
King Edward VII, in naval dress, 37 

<802) 

Kipling, Rudyard, 63 (82) 
Kitchener, Earl, 63 (81) 
Letchworth, Sir Edward, 63 (96) 
London, Bishop of, Dr. Ingram, 63 

(84) 
McNeill, James Swift, M.P. ; and 
Allen, William M.P., 63 (98) 



2l8 



INDEX. 



Drawings 



Meux, Admiral Sir Hedvvorth, 63 (91) 

" On the Heath," 63 (So) 

Shrewsbury, Earl of ; and Lambton, 
George, 63 (90) 

Soltykofi, Prince ; and Durand, Sir 
Mortimer, 63 (loi) 

The Masters meet, 63 (79) 

Thornycroft, Hamo, R.A. ; and 
Henley, VV. E., 63 (100) 

Vaughan, Cardinal ; and Campbell, 
Rev. R. J., 63 (95) 

Vine, Sir J. Somers ; and Maple, Sir 
J. Blundell, 63 (99) 
Waterlow, Sir E. A., R.A. 

Bolton Castle, 22 {127) 

Dorsetshire : Moonrise, 30 (655) 

France, Meadows near Moret, 22 
(126) 

On the Dorset Downs above Corfe 
Castle, 22 (125) 

Stonehaven, 22 (128) 

Sussex Weald, The, 195 (113A) 
Watson, G. Spencer. 

Judgment of Paris, 35 (759) 
Watson, J. D. 

Raleigh, Sir Walter, 171 (16) 
Watson, P. Fletcher. 

Kilpeck, Hertfordshire, 45 (1400) 
Weatherhead, W. H. 

Chelsea Pensioners, 156 (91) 
Weber, Otto. 

By the sea, 79 (136) 
Weedon, A. W. 

Squally weather, 103 {131) 
Wegnelin, J. R. 

Dance of Xaiads, A, 35 (758) 

Dryad, A, 22 (129) 
Weiss, Jose. 

Approaching storm, 34 (752) 
Wells, W. 

Feeding the ducks, 61 (14) 

Marguerites, 61 (13) 
Werner, C. 

At prayer, 127 (81) 
West, J. Walter. 

Cambridgeshire colts, 22 (130), 30 
(635) 
WestaU, R., R.A. 

Seven illustrations to " Guy Man- 
nering," 192 (23) 

Shepherd boy and sheep, 187 (39) 
WestaU, W., A.R.A. 

Liverpool, Hawden Church, and Town 
Hall, 87 (109) 
Wetherbee, George. 

Aphrodite's realm, 32 (700) 
Wheatley, F., R.A. 

Discovery, The, 192 (40) 

Farmstead, A, 89 (166) 

Lavinia and her mother, 187 (40) 



Love in a mill, 192 (40) 
The promenade, 192 (24) 
Whipple, J. 

Cairo, Street scene in, 103 (132) 
Whymper, J. W. 

Timber wagon on a sandy road, 152 
(251) 
Wigstead, H. 

Interior, with figures, 8 (269) 
Wild, C. 

German Chapel, St. James's, Interior 
of, 86 (13) 
Wiikie, Sir D., R.A. 

Sick lady, 152 (244) 
WiUarst, A. E. de. 

Landscapes, with classical buildings 
and figures, 46 (1414) 
WiUis, H. B. 

Gipsies ; and Harvesters, 127 (88) 
Highland cattle, 168 (55) 
Somerset, Group of cattle near Bum- 
ham, 127 (87) 
Wilson, J. T. 

Dragon Inn yard, Bishopsgate Street ; 

and Rose and Crown Tavern, 

Queen Street, Tower Hill, 87 

(26) 

Swan Inn, Tottenham ; Baru Tavern, 

St. Martin's Lane, etc., 87 (25A) 
The Cricketer's, Cheyne Walk ; Gate- 
way in the Tower of London, etc., 
86 (25) 
Wimperis, E. M. 

Cornfield, The, 154 (22) 
Moorland scene, 167 (38) 
Shady stream. A, 155 (31) 
View on the Dart, with cattle, 31 
(669) 
Winterhalter, F. 

Portraits of Queen Victoria, T. B. 
Macaulay, etc., 82 (243) 
Wintour, J. C. 

Haddingtonshire, Garleton Tower, 61 
(15) 
WoU, J. 

Bullfinch, 192 (47) 

Covey of partridges, 192 (41) 

Deer in the Highlands, 192 (48) 

Grouse, 192 (42) 

Hard times : or Poverty, 192 (46) 

Himalayan snow partridges, 45 

(1391) 
Lecture on Embryology, 192 (45) 
Missed, 192 (43) 
Peace aud war, 192 (44) 
Snow partridges from the Altai moua- 

tains, 45 (1391) 
Study of a mountain hare, 192 (48) 
Wolstenholme, J. Dean. 
Shooting, 98 (323) 



Drawings 



INDEX. 



219 



Wood, Starr. 

Her money's worth ; and Just in 
time, 36 (7S6) 
Wood, WilUam T. 

Mars, 22 (132) 

Moonlight in a copse, 22 (131) 
Woods, Henry, R.A. 

VUIage in Veneto, A, 35 (76+) 
Woollen, WilUam B. 

Little critics, 34 (732) 
Wouverman, P., alter. 

Watering horses ; and A sandy road, 
36 (778) 
Wright, J. M. 

Captive maiden, 187 (43) 

" Merry Wives of Windsor," 152 
(253), 191 (16) 

"Midsummer Night's Dream" i^; 

(253) 
Three illustrations, 191 (17) 
Fet'S Champetres, 152 (252) 
Wyllie, W. L., R.A. 

Destroyer versus submarine, 34 (741) 
Spithead, 192 (25) 

Y 

YATES, G. 

London Bridge, Bird's-eye view over ; 

and London Bridge from the river, 

87 (28) 
Westminster from the river, 87 (27) 
London Bridge ; and Deptford Yard, 

87 (29) 
Youngman, J. 

Farmyard, The, 154 (23) 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Bay of Salamis, G4 (129) 

Ben Nevis, 74 (i) 

Caledonian Canal, 74 (i) 

Chinese drawings, en gouache, illus- 
trating pottery manufacture, set 
of eight, 135 (241) 

Coast scene, 99 (12) 

Design for garden-buildings for the 
Marquess of Bute, 114 (279) 

Designs for mantel-pieces, furniture, 
and decorations, 114 (279) 

Eastern shepherd, 188 (88) 

Eton, 122 (230) 

Flowers from Lake Como, 99 (12) 

George III at the Royal Academy, 

191 (13A) 
Harvesting, 99 (13) 

Head of a girl, by F. G., 61 (i) 
Head of a lady, with blue dress, 192 

(50) 
Head of a lady, with white dress, 

192 (50) 

Highland landscape, 152 (251) 

In the Campagna, 188 (87) 

Lady, in brown dress, 192 (49) 

Lady, in green dress, 192 (49) 

Plough, The, 99 (13) 

Racehorse, with trainer and jockey, 

114 (280) 
River scene, 99 (12) 
Venice, View on the Grand Canal, 

188 (87) 
Westminster from Lambeth, 86 (3) 
Windsor road, 114 (280) 
Woody landscape, 125 (21) 



PICTURES. 



PICTURES. 



ABBOTT, LEMUEL F. 

Lord XeisoQ, 123 (96) 
Absolon, J. 

An interior, 91 (259) 
Adams, 3. Clayton. 

Common rights, 168 (73) 

Wheatfield, The, 189 (108) 
Agasse, J. L. 

State waggon : Mode of travelling, 
1819, 114 (293) 
Aikman, G. 

Perthshire, On the Lyon, loi (73) 
AIrd, Cbas. 

Groote Kerk, Dordrecht, 61 (16) 
Akiem, H. 

Landscape, 194 (102) 
Albano, F. 

Adoratio of the Magi, 171 (l) 

Bacchus, with infant Bacchanals, 
173 (62) 

Music, 173 (62) 

Mystic marriage of Saint Catherine, 
171 (I) 
Albert, Pier. 

Suez Canal, 102 (105) 
Aiken, Henry. 

Coaching, 123 (72) 

Duck-shooting : A sportsman with 
dogs by 2 stream, 115 (296) 

Exeter, Lymington and Poole coach , 
175 (122) 

Fetching the mails, 175 (125) 

Going to the Derby ; and Returning 
from the Derby, 115 (294) 

Hyde Park Corner ; and In the park, 
175 (127) 

Inspecting the damage, 175 (128) 



Moonlight match between Lieut. 

Thornhill and Comet Edgehill, 175 

(129, 130) 
Mishap on the road to the races, 175 

(124) 
Norwich coach, 175 (123) 
Parade for the Derby ; and Finish 

for the Derby, 175 (126) 
Grand Leicestershire Steeplechase, 

March 12, 1829, a set of eight, 115 

(297) 
Osbaldiston, G., Esq., performing his 

wonderful and unprecedented feat 

of two hundred miles against time, 

115 (295) 
Past and present, 175 (125) 
Aiken, Samuel. 

Coiusing subjects, set of four, 115 

(298) 
" Gay Lass," with jockey up, 115 

(301) 
Partridge shooting : Pointers and 

setters at work, 115 (299) 
Pointers : Staunch, a hilly l.tndscape, 
with three dogs in the foreground, 
115 (300) 
AUen, D. 

Highland marriage ; and A penny 
wedding, 89 (173) 
Alma-Tadema, Sir L., R.A. 

Study of a Roman wall painting, 47 

(1427) 
The Wine, 167 (31) 
Altmann, G. 

In the marshlands, 61 (17) 
Anderson, W. 

Calm, The ; and The storm, 89 (175) 

Cape St. Vincent, Battle of ; and 

Shipping oB the coast, 89 (176) 



224 



INDEX. 



Pictures 



Andreotti, F. 

Courtship, 103 (134) 

Indecision, 103 (133) 
Angelico, Fra, School ot. 

Triptych, 148 (141) 
Angelis, P. 

Market figures : Lady and gentleman, 
and three market figures with 
baskets of fruits and vegetables in 
a landscape, 141 (i) 
AnsdeU, R., R.A. 

Lost sheep, The, 157 (132) 

Milkmaid, The, 174 (113) 

Stag at bay, 157 (133) 
AnsdeU, William. 

Steady at the point, 166 (7) 
Archer, James. 

Irving, Henry, as Mathias in " The 
Bells," 47 (1440) 
Arellano. 

Flowers in a sculptured vase, 166 (8) 
Aretino, Spinello. 

Altar-piece, 75 (37, 38, 39) 

Pentecost, 172 (33) 
Armfleld, G. 

Dogs in a cornfield, 124 (134) 

Rabbiting, 154 (9) 

Sporting dogs, 154 (2) 

Terriers, 188 (86) 
Armstrong, T. 

A Fountain, 59 (94) 

Girl with goat, 59 (95) 
Arnold, Reginald E. 

Cardinal's pet, 48 (1448) 
Atkinson, J. A. 

Boulogne : The fish-market, 89 (181) 

Fishing-boats putting out, 89 (199) 
Aumonier, J. 

On the river Blythe ; and Crags 
above Lake Crafnant, 60 (125) 

On the river Test, Overton, Hants ; 
and Early spring, near Trefriw, 
North Wales, 60 (124) 



B 



BACCHANI, A. 

Girl, A, 47 (1424) 

Lady in blue, 47 (1423) 
Backer, A. 

Boy with a shell : and Piping shep- 
herd boy, 173 (56) 
Backbuysen, L. 

Mouth of a river, 138 (67) 
Baes, Firmio. 

Sainte Anne ter Muiden, 102 (107) 
Baird, W. B. 

Sheep in an orchard, 103 (135) 



Bale, G. 

Fruit and still life, 57 (24) 
Baptiste, J. 

Children decorating a bust with 

flowers, 123 (82) 
Flowers and fruit, 51 (15 14) 
Flowers in a blue and white jar, 174 

(108) 
Flowers in a sculptured vase, 59 (96), 

64 (121), 137 (45) 
Garland of flowers, with cupids 

sporting, 77 (68) 
Barber, C. Burton. 

Sweethearts, 156 (92) 
Barenger, J. 

Coursing subjects, 113 (302) 
Barker, B. 

Hi y la dscap . v .th p asa its and 

cattle in the foreground, .; 1 (117 ) 
Italian landscape, with figures at a 

well, 150 (194) 
Landscape, with travelling peasants 

and animals, 78 (no) 
Woodland road, with cart and figures, 

49 (1479) 
Barker, Thomas (of Batb). 
W rdy day A, 193 (03) 

Barlow, F. 

Coursing, 89 (189) 
Barnard, Fred. 

His first smoke, 58 (67) 
Baroccio, F. 

Madonna, with the Infant Saviour, 
196 (138) 
Barret, G., R.A. 

Landscape, with waggon, 89 (182) 
Barry, Claude F. 

Spring in Lombard v, 47 (1429) 
Bartlett, W. H. 

Waiting for the turf-boats, 125 
(28) 
Bassano, J. 

Adoration of the Magi, 137 (52) 
Bauben, J. Swan. 

Royal salute, 155 (51) 
Beaumont, Sir George. 

Conway Castle ; and Cromwell and 
his officers, 168 (83) 
Beavis, R. 

Nuremberg, Street in, 170 (125) 
Beccafumi, Domenico. 

Madonna, in red dress and green 
cloak, with the Infant Saviour and 
Saint John, 77 (90) 
Beecbey, Sir W., R.A. 

Bland, Mrs., vocalist at Covent 

Garden, 174 (94 a) 
Cowper, Henry, Esq., 79 (123) 
York, Duchess of, in white muslin 
dress, 145 (93) 



Pictures 



INDEX. 



225 



Beerestraaten, I. van. 

Winter scene, 138 (68) 
Bega, C. P. 

Village scene, 138 (69) 
Belchey, J. 

Christ disputing witii the doctors, 171 

(8) 

Belle, A. S. 

Prince James Edward Stuart, the 
Old Pretender, in armour, wearing 
the Order of the Golden Fleece, 
172 (48) 
Bellotto, B. 

Rome, Piazza del Popula, 148 (142) 
Benden, John. 

Victoria, Queen, in white satin dress, 
wearing the insignia of the Garter. 
50 (1493) 
Bent, J. Van der. 

Landscape, with buildings, figures, 
and cattle in the foreground. 124 
(108) 
Bentley, C. 

Boats ofi a jetty, 91 (537) 
Berchem, N. 

Cattle and sheep near a cottage, 150 

(195) 
Landscape : Travelling peasants and 
animals going towards a castle, 
141 (4) 
Pastoral scne, it-' (254) 
Peasants and animals near a bridge, 
150 (195) 
Bergen, D. van. 

Castle and sheep, 93 (314) 
Bernhardt, Sarah. 

Parrots 47 (i439) 
Bestland, C. 

Soldier's farewell, The ; and The 
sailor's return, 89 (1S4) 
Betbridge, L. 

Flowers and fruit, 151 (196) 
Bigg, W. R., R.A. 

Dulce Domurn, 172 (38) 
News from the war, 166 (g) 
Bird, E., R.A. 

Raffle for the watch, 175 (131) 
Biscaino, B., atter Sir A. van Dyck. 

Repose of the Holy Family, with 
angels, 137 (55) 
Blake, B. 

Dead game and heron, 115 (303) 
Dead game : Dead hare, wild duck, 

snipe, etc., 115 (304) 
Wild duck and still life, 115 (305) 
Blake, W. 

Job, 89 (186) 
Blaker, Hugh. 

Head of a girl, 48 (1460) 



Blarenberghe, H. D. van. 

Landscape, with ruined castle and 
Woody landscape, with figures on 
a road, 89 (187) 
Btinks, T. 

Gone away, loi (74) 
Hou ds running, 175 (132) 
Setters, 1S9 (109) 
Stops 'em, 189 (no) 
Where's the field ? 170 (126) 
" Wire," 64 (no) 
Bodewyns, A. F. 

Cavalry engagement, 78 (122) 
Boel, P. 

Still life, 77 (94) 
Boer, Georges de. 

Fete Champetre, 61 (18) 
Bogdani, J. 

Flowers and fruit in a vase, 78 (113) 
Bone, H. P. 

Rob Roy bidding good-bye to his 
wife, 174 (loi) 
Bonheur, Rosa. 

Lion on the alert. A, 156 (94) 
Lion resting, 156 (95) 
Lioness, 156 (93) 
Stag and hind, 156 (96) 
Stag browsing, 156 (97) 
Bonington, R. P. 

Beach scene, with fisher-folk, 188 ( i) 
Coast scene, with figures and shipping, 

I (104) 
Ferry-boat, 174 (96) 
On the Lagoons, 57 (10) 
Bonnar, W. 

Deserter detected and Gossips, 100 
(44) 
Boonen, A. van. 

Cavalier, in buS tunic and breast- 
plate, 74 (15) 
BoTgognone. 

Cavah-y engagement, : 38 (70) 
Borrett, S. 

Gentleman of the Willoughby 
D'Eresby family a d : s wife, yj 
(74) 
Bosch, Balthazar van den. 

An artist's studio, 173 (53) 
Interior, with numerous figures re- 
galing, 78 (118) 
Bosch, Jacob van den. 

Dead birds and a basket of fruit, 187 
(44) 
Bosschaert, A. 

Flowers in a vase, 79 (131) 
Bostock, J. 

Ashley, Hon. Mrs., 89 (188) 
Both, Jan. 

Hilly landscape, with figures and 
bathers, 193 (64) 



226 



INDEX. 



Pictures 



Both, J. and A. 

Italian landscape, with horseman 
and peasant^, 141 (5) 
Botticelli, Sehoo] of. 

Annunciation, The, 148 (143) 

Madonna and Child, 75 (40) 
Bottomley, W. 

French stable-yard, 195 (126) 
Boucher, Franeois. 

Lady, in pink dress with white scarf, 
195 (120) 

Pastoral, A, 147 (122) 

Tvv nymphs, with sheep, in a land- 
scape, 147 (123) 

Venus and cupids, 89 (189) 
School of. 

Landscapes, with pastoral figures. 

135 (3) 

Musical party, 64 (132) 

Pense til aux raisins, 166 (10) 
Boucbet, Aogoste. 

Sentinel, The, 103 (136) 
Boudin, E. 

Trouville, The pier at, 129 (156) 
Boughton, G. H., B.A. 

Autumn, 61 (19) 
Boaghton, T. 

Clandon Harriers, 175 (133) 
Bouguereaa, W. A. 

Psyche et I'Amour, 156 (98) 
Boultbee, J. 

Fox-hunting: a set of four, 115 
(306) 
Bout and Bodewyns. 

Seaport, with boats and figures, 174 
(100) 
Bouts, D. 

Moses and the burning bush, 150 
(183) 
Bowen, Owen. 

On the Val, near Rotterdam, 48 
(1445) 
Boyne, J. 

Lovers, 92 (266) 
Boys, T. S. 

Shrewsbury, Mardol ; and Worcester, 

1"> Friar Street, 89 (190) 
Brabant, School of. 

Cnicifixion, The, 150 (185) 

Virgin and Child, 150 (184) 
Braekeleer, F. de. 

The prisoner, loi {85), 168 (74) 
Brakenburg, R. 

■jovial party, 141 (7) 

Village singers, 141 (6) 
Bramley, Frank, R.A. 

Antwerp, Street in, 60 (126) 
Brauwer, A. 

Glass of wine, 141 (3) 

Peasant smoking Sandy road, with 



cart and figures and Woody 
landscape, 151 (197) 
Toper, A, 141 (2) 
Breanski, A. de. 

Lane in the Vale of Llangollen, 103 
(135) 
Breakspeare, W. A. 

Cavalier of the time of Cromwell, 64 
(133) 
Breem, A. van. 

Larder scene, 174 (85) 
Breemberg, B. 

Rome, View in, 49 (1489) 
Brekelenkam, Q. 

Interior of an apartment, 13S (71), 

141 (8) 
Interior of a cottage, 13S (72) 
Lace-raaker, 142 (9) 
Brentan, A. N. 

Autumn evening, 188 (86b) 
Venice, The Lagoons, 188 (86a) 
Brett, J., A.R.A. 

Cornish coast, 61 (20) 
Sea-piece, 188 (83) 
Breughel. 

Adoration of the Magi, 142 (10) 
Landscape, with the Madonna and 
Child ; and Calling of Nathaniel, 
49 (1483) 
Landscape, with market figures near 
a windmill ; and River scene, with 
buildings, boats and figures, 
138 (73) 
Procession to Calvary, 142 (11) 
Vases of flowers, 77 (91) 
Village scene, with travelling peasants 
and animals, 151 (198) 

School of. 

Landscape, with sportsmen ; and 
Landscape, with windmills and 
figures, 166 (12) 
Seasons : Landscapes, with buildings 
and figures, 166 (11) 
Breydel, F. 

Cavalry engagements, 151 (203) 
Bridell, F. Lee. 

Southampton, 153 (265) 
Bridgman, F. A. 

Courtyard in Cairo, 125 (29) 
Brierl-ry, Sir 0. W. 

Hay barge. A, 91 (237) 
Bright, H. 

In the Highlands, 61 (21) 
Old mill, near Tintem, Monmouth- 
shire, 193 (65) 
Brill, P. 

Landscape, with buildings, figures 
returning from market, 123 
(90) 



Pictures 



INDEX. 



227 



Landscape, with figures ; and Land- 
scape, with sportsmen, 89 (192) 
Brissot, G. 

Anglers in a punt, 61 (22) 
Bristow, E. 

Barge horses, 115 (308) 

Convivial evening. A, 156 (77) 

Shoeing forge, 115 (307) 

Sick monkey. The, 156 (78) 

Summer, 115 (307) 
Britton, J. 

Fon thill Abbey, 89 (193) 
Brock, C. E. 

Lost steed. The, 175 (134) 

Sympathy, 175 (13 ) 
Brock, R. H. 

■' Hold on, my lad " 175 (136) 
Brocky, C. 

" Tell me what I like," 153 (261) 
Bromley, J. H. 

Tying faggots, 178 (285) 
Bromley, W. 

Vaole consprare signer la mia uva, 
156 (71) 
Bronzino, A. 

Young man, in black dress, 148 
(144) 

after. 

Eli^anora da Toledo, the wife of 
Cosmus I, with her son, Ferdinand 
I, 190 (133) 

School of. 

Saint George, standing in a niche, 
holding a banner, 151 (199) 
Brooking, C. 

Becalmed, 173 (82) 
Brown, Ford Hadox. 

Two children, 47 (1426) 
Brown, Mather, after, by D. Orme. 

Cor vallis, Marqu s of, receiving the 
sons of Tippoo Saib as hostages, 
'>4 (134) 
Brown, Taylor. 

Ayrshir ■, At Kilmaurs, 61 (23) 
" I'low L;ently, sweet Afton," Oi 
(24) 
Bruyn, School ot. 

Donor and his four sons, kneeling, 
193 (OS) 

Buck, Adam. 

Fountain of love ; and companion, 

80 (197) 
Lady oil a garden seat, 93 (294) 
Origin of 'Minting, 89 {196) 
Buckingham a-.d Chandos, Duchess ot. 
Loch Ai; huahuish, Duncraig, 46 
(1421) 
Buekler, J. C. 

Canterb' rv Cathedral : Arundel tower 
and (I'i-ters, 92 (278) 



Bundy, Edgar, A.R.A. 

" Gazed at the arms he could no 

longer wield," 189 (in) 
Nelson and his secretary, rowing in a 

small boat, 189 (113) 
Yes or no ? 189 (112) 
Burgess, J. B., R.A. 

Contemplation, 153 (254) 
Morning promenade, 103 (137) 
Bnmet, J. 

Horseman conversing with a milk- 
maid, 193 (66) 
Oyster-cellar in Leith, 193 (67) 
Burney, E. F. 

Cottage hospitality, 91 (241) 
Burr, A. H. 

Music and discord, 157 (134) 
Buys, J. 

Holland, Views in, with figures, 89 
(198) 
Bylaert, Jan. 

Lovers, 78 (104) 
Byron, F. G. 

Changing horses at Clermont, 90 
(230) 



CALLOW, W. 

Morning and Evening, 89 (199) 
Camphnysen, G. 

Landscape : A chateau seen through 

trees, figures in the foreground, 

142 (12) 
Orpheus charming the animals, 138 

(74) 
Campidoglio, M. del. 

Fruit in a landscape. 174 ('^A) 
Campostosto, H. 

Boy, seated in a field, loi (85). 168 

(74) 
Canaletto, A. 

Courtyard of the Doge's Palarc, with 

figures, 169 (98) 
Grand Canal, 178 (240) 
In the Vatican, 89 (200) 
Lucca, A view in, 148 (145) 

School of. 

Bay scene : and Fruit on a table, 

166(13) 
Venice, Grand Canal, 64 (136) 
Venice, View on the Grand Canal 

166 (13), 168 (90) 
Venice, Entrance to the Grand Canal, 

168 (89) 
Venice, Island in, with gondolas and 

figures, 59 (98) 
Venice, Island of San Giorgio Mag- 

giore, 136 (34) 



228 



INDEX. 



Pictures 



Venice, Piazzetta of St. Mark's, with 
figures. 51 (1511), 59 (97) 

Venice, View in, with boats and 
figures, 196 (142) 
Canaletto, B. 

Venic , View on the Grand Canal, 
138 (75) 
Cano, Alonzo. 

Abraham's Sacrifice, 151 (200) 
Cantarina. 

Tobias and the Angel ; and The 
expulsion from Eden, 79 (138) 
Capanna, P. 

Adoration of the Magi, 14S (146) 
Cappelle, J. van der. 

Scheveningen, OS, 142 (13) 

Winter scene, 142 (14) 
Carmichael, J. W. 

Off the Dutch coast, 58 (70) 
Canaeci, A. 

Gentleman in black dress, 50 (1501) 
Carter, H. B. 

Scarborough, Ofi, 89 uoi) 
CartwTight, W. 

Isle of Wight, North Court House, 
92 (279) 
Castan, E. 

Drilling the dog ; and Roman peas- 
ants, 157 (135) 

Thunderstonn, The, 125 (30) 
Gasteels, J. 

Pheasants, pigeons, and ducks, 151 
(201) 
Castro, Pedrode. 

Still-life, 77 (77) 
CatteriT.oIe, C. 

Blessing, The, 92 (289) 
Cave, P. le. 

Cattle watering, 90 (206) 

Farmyards, with horses and cattle, 

91 (255) 
Hilly landscape, with peasants and 

cattle, 89 (203) 
Landscapes, with buildings, figures. 

and animals, 90 (204) 
Landscape with market-cart, go 

(205) 
Old watermill, with figures con- 
versing in the foreground, 90 

(205) 
Woodcutters, peasants, and animals, 

go (206) 
Cej, C. (Florence). 

Italian peasant children, 170 (127) 
Chair, R. B. de. 

Family group, 90 (207) 
Chalmers, Hector. 

In shelter, loS (59) 
Chalon, A. E., R.A. 

Duke and Duchess, 90 {208) 



Portrait of the Duchess of Kent, 
124 (107) 
Chalon, H. B. 

Spaniel in a landscape, 174 (104) 

" The Colonel," in a stable, with a 
groom, 115 (309) 
Chambers, G. 

Breeze in the Channel, 170 (128) 

Dover, OS, 168 (86) 

Sea-piece, 89 (199) 
Champaigne, P. de. 

Gentleman in black dress, 50 (1495) 
Cbattock, R. S. 

Under the silver moon, 58 (49) 
Cipriani, J. B., R.A. 

Diana surprised by Satj^s ; and 
Nymph on the clouds, 90 (209) 
Clausen, C, R.A. 

Contemplation, 60 (127) 

Cottage girl, 102 (loi) 

Evening, 156 (79) 

Grunsdale, Rose, head of, 102 (100) 
Cleveley, J. 

Battersea Bridge, View from ; and 
Flushing, View off, 90 (zio) 

Men-of-war off the coast ; and Men- 
of-war in a calm, 90 (212) 

View of the Needles, with Hurst 
Castle in the distance, 90 (211) 
Clifford, H. Charles. 

Road to church, 48 (1459) 
Clint, A. 

Littlehampton harbour, 57 (25) 
Clouet, F. 

Henri de Guise, in buff tunic, 193 
(69) 
Cobbett, E. J. 

Gleaners, 153 (255) 

Wool pickers, The, 46 (14 15) 
Cockburn, Major-General, J. P. 

Continent, Views on the, 90 (213) 
Coene, E. 

Holland, Market scene in, 47 (1431) 
Cole, George. 

Fittleworth, 188 (77) 

Haymakers resting, 168 (60) 
Coleman, W. S. 

Gathering flowers, 153 (256) 
Collier, Tom. 

Walberswick, 189 (114) 
CoUins, C. 

Beach scenes, with children, loi (83) 

Dorking, Near, 155 (57) 
CoUet, J. 

Birds, animals, and figure subjects, 
90 (214) 

Birds, animals, and landscapes, 90 

(215) 

Landscapes, river scenes, etc., 90 
(216) 



PiCTURF.S 



INDEX. 



229 



ColsoQlIe, G. 

Le Debardage, 102 {105) 
CoDdy, N. M. 

Plymouth, Interior of Charles Church, 
47 (1442) 
ConegUano, Cima dl. 

Madonna and Child enthroned with 
saints, 148 (147) 
Coney, i. 

Eastern part of the south ai^le ; and 
Monument of G. Gol intone, Esq., 
Canterbury Cathedral, go (217) 
Connor, A. Bentley. 

Release of Ariel: "The Tempest," 
Act I, scene 2, 168 (61) 
Constable, J., R.A. 

Farm-cart on a sandy roai, 145 (95) 
Himpstead Heath, 153 (54) 
Ploughing, 145 (94) 

School of. 

RiveT scene, with barge, 61 (25) 
Cooke, E. W., R.A. 
Veuice, 1S8 (93) 
Corbonid, A. 

Landscape, with cattle, 194 {87! 
Cooper, A., R.A. 

Arm-trong, Jamesand Roiicrt Charl- 
ton, with pony, dogs, and dead 
game. 100 (45) 
" Copenhigen " and " M^rsngo," ia 

a landscape, 115 (311) 
Dogs, 100 (43) 
Horses at grass, 100 (46) 
" Mango," with Samuel Day up, 115 

(310) 
" Mango," with jockey up, 174 (114) 
" Pop " : a pointer, the property of 

Sir John Shelley, 116 (312) 
Shooti g pony and a poiater, 

(313) 

Shooting scenes : Landscapes, 
sportsmen, ponies, and dog 
(314) 

Three cart hordes, 100 (47) 
Cooper, T. S., R.A. 

Cattle in a pasture, 124 (119) 

Cattle in a stream, 125 (31) 

Sheep in the snow, 157 (13*1) 

Three cows and five -heep on the 
bank of a river, loi (88) 
and Leo, F. R., R.A. 

Watering-place, 188 (85) 
Corrogglo. 

jli-.culaplus and Hygeia, 122 (20) 
Oortes, A. 

Cattle in • pastvire, 168 (68' 
CmU, G. 

Odalisque, The, 103 (138) 
Cssway, R., R.A. 

Two ladies in a landscape, 146 (g6) 



116 



with 
116 



Cetas, F., R.A. 

Youth, in brown coat and vest, with 
white kerchief, 74 (16) 
Cotman, Sciool of. 

Life:x)at, The, 61 (26) 
Couldery, U. H. 

Nur erv. The: and Whitebait, ia6 
(3-) 
Cox, David. 

River -cene, 90 (218) 
Scene on tne South Coast, 170 (129) 
Shed, with a peasant and cattle, 146 
(97) 
Coypel, A. 

Gar len cene, with fitnires seated 
round a taule, 135 (4) 
Cradock, L. 

Wild duck, 173 (55) 
Cranacj, Ssiiool of. 

Maiomi and -.hilJ, 193 (70) 
CraesbeecK, J. 

B.ir 1, wi'.h card-player-- Figures 
befor^ .in iaa and Interior of a 
tavern, with boors smoking and 
drinking. 79 ('37) 
Craig, W. m. 

IlLi tr.^llo.^^ to " Richard III," 
" H.imlct," " Macbeth," etc., 90 
(219) 
Shake peare and his creations, 90 
( 20) 
Cranach, SsUooI of. 

Virgin and Child, 74 (17) 
Crawtord, E. T. 

Sci-pif^*; ■• Squally eSect, 61 (27) 
Crespi, iujeppe. 

Ia-rcJ'.l;tv of St. Thomas 51 (1515) 
Croswiek, r., R.A. 

Bar io'i lower , 15 (257) 
Church interior. 193 (71) 
Hadi'.oi Hall, X70 (130) 
Rii tic bridse, 193 (71) 
Sorirt , 193 (71) 
\V>I h l.ke scene, 153 (237) 
Crevecceiir, i. Briand de. 

Veil; anl Vjli:a.a. 89 (191) 
CristaJl, J. 

Ij3w ti le, 69 (joi) 

Obcron and lit'/^ii; and Perseus 
an) ATi.lrome.1.1. 90 (221) 
CrivelU, Sc.aol t. 

Madon.i ^.T I Chill "-nthroned with 
two :.'igel , 143 (7^) 
Croce, G. da S»nta. 

Madoniia .tnd Chil !, with saints, 148 

Croezaert, U. 

In t'l" l>o I'iojr. I"3 dif) 
Crome, J. 

tori. 1- .^ 

6 



330 



INDEX. 



Pictures 



Norfclk farm, itj (4*) 

Plough-horsci, i-v) (tsr) 

Water mdJ, A, 48 (1466) 
att«r. 

Commoa xf»e, with cattle, 100 (48) 

Nymptij ik tb« cknids, 100 (4S) 
Crome, J. B. 

Wat'^ing-pl»ce, The, 49 (1480) 
Crnikshank, 0«or;«. 

Bank of Kaglaad : Lard Mayor's Day, 
"93 '7.W 
Cnikshank, Isaac. 

An escapifVe •( George IV when 
I'riooe of Wales, 90 (121) 

Jack's retura after Lord Howe's 
victory ; A recruitiBg party, 90 

I.jttle obinuey-svraep ; SleepiaK part- 
ner, TVn, 90 (144) 
Cnni, A. 

Froran rivw, ij8 (77I 

Herdsmaa aad anisials, 138 {76) 

Mountainous laad^^pe, 142 -(Jj) 

Paul Pott«r, 173 (81) 

Kiver acRoe, cattle aad a dairyinui<] 
in foreground, 138 (80) 

Skating scene, r j8 (7^ 

Wintft lit l>3rdrecht, ij8 (78) 



D 

DAon p. 

Ronea and Juliet, 90 (113) 
DaHiy, David. 

Dowa hiiu : an isctd«at in the hucting- 
6eid, 116 (ji6^ 

Harewrxvd'f, Ljorii, foxhouadf, 116 
(31JJ 
I>an)y, J. 

" Vci>KJc>»le " in a stabJe, 116 (317) 
Dafiphard, B. 

Bauki of tSe Rrrer Y ; River scene ; 
and Twiligiit, 1*9 (158) 
DanM, M., BJ\. 

Cook, C^Ulo Jaioes, R.K., 49 (1483) 
Dsrgatai, A. H. 

Childr^ at play, ie4 (jj^ 
ItaTid, i. L. 

Ko-^e, Tfc«, 90 («Z3) 
DavidsoB, A&aa. 

Study of a fecaale fl^^trr, 64 (133) 
DavidsoB, T. 

Uespatclvfts, 153 (tsft) 
Davias, J,. Uaory. 

Wild-dueic^' ha>iBt, sg (99) 
Davias, J. 8oa4l«a. 

CMd romra^ea at GfceowK b , 78 (100) 
OarU, H. W. B., tUL 

An orckard te Wai«. i»9 (138) 



Bealloch-r.a-B.i, Pass of, 128 (106) 
Bealloch-na-Ba, Applecross, Approach 

to, 129 (147) 
British wild cattle, 129 (136) 
Cro<;veiii, Rosssbire, On the: The 

way to the sanctuary, 139 (148) 
Elan and Wyf, Radnonhire : Junc- 
tion Pool, ijg (143) 
Ferry Hin!c«y, near Oxford, 128 

(i'5) 
flowery day, 1:19 (139) 
Glon Docherty, 139 (135) 
Gloaming, 138 (117) 
Grande Uune, Hardelot, is8 (no) 
Grass in seed, The Bouloonat, isS 

(123) 
In May, 129 (142) 
In the i-kardy Dunes, 128 (109) 
June evening, 129 (t49' 
Loch Marec, Rainy weather : Corning 

down to the low ground, 129 (146) 
Mid-clay rest, 128 (106) 
Midsummer night, 128 (iti) 
Neglected, 193 (74) 
Niagara Falls: Canadian &ide, i^i 

(108) 
Nightfall. 118 (i!7) 
Now canrte still eveniag on, 128 (iiS) 
Pas dc Calais : Early iumnaer mors- 

ing, 128 (rsi) 
Pas de Calais, Coadctte : Cool ol 

evening, 128 (131) 
Pa* dc Calais, St. Etieane : After 

rain i the night, 128 (115) 
Pas de Calais, St. Etienne Hill: After 

the thunderstorm, 129 (141) 
Pas de Calaij, Condette : Skirt of tin; 

Dunes, 128 (132) 
Pas dc Calais : Valley of the Ijaae, 

123 (iJ9) 
Pan de CalaU : The green lane, u* 

(1:2) 
Prospect Park, itS (119) 
St. Etjcnuo, Sunset at, with theep, 

123 (IIJ) 

Rustling leaves, 129 (140) 

Spring oa the banks of the Liane, 

128 (116) 
Strayf-d herd, The, 128 (107) 
Surrey, at Kwhurst, ti8 (no), uJ 

(112) 
Surrey, P.whurit : Comiog op tlK 

bill, 128 (116I 
Surrey, Kwhur.it: Pitch HiU, icS 

(1:8) 
Surrey, Kwhurst lilii, 129 (144) 
Surrey Hilli : Afterglow, Ij8 (io6* 
ValKy in Bouloanaise, 128 (io8) 
Vnder the greenwood tree, 1*9 (145.) 
VVonin; f^*r. The, laS (ijo) 



PlCTURBS 



INDEX. 



23 « 



Wye, a rapid on thf : >Jead of the 

pool, IJ9 (137) 
Wye, Cora G^faclt on the, 1^9 (134) 
Wye, Looking down the, £rom Glas- 

lyn, 129 (133) 
Wye, Lyncam Pool on the, 128 {1J4) 
Wye, Moonlight on the, 128 (107) 
Wye, Trout reach oa the, 138 (114) 
Dtts .B. 

Robinson, Jame-?, oa j black cob, 
116 (3:8) 
Z>a«e, G., R.A. 

Napoleon I, in a landscape, a sentry 
before a n-at in background, 77 
(73) 
DawssD, H. 

Clifton G<o-.-e, neiiT Xottinghaa, 1:6 

i?4l 
Old Dartmouth Harbour, laft (35) 
rrcton, View near, 194 (86) 
Portsmouth, 158 (137) 
Sijniet o!^ shore, ub (36) 
Surrey, Ki-^per's Pool, 61 (28) 
Vxsia. E. 

Apphby, ^o {337) 
(ireuadier. A, 93 (304) 
Reception-room, The, 90 (J26) 
Roclicst'a' Castle, 93 (303) 
Ruini of the Bishop's P;Jace, Nor- 
wich ; Mrd St. John'H Vale, Cum- 
lyrland, 90 (228) 
Dcarif, i. H. 

Haymaking ; and View near Ryde, 
lie of Wight, ijj (i!9) 
l>esfm»D, i. 

Cattir ojid sheep by a strrun, 102 
(93) 
JMaa, D. *ai, itUr, Ij B. JaMsees. 

Interior of a cathedral, with an 
ecclesiastic, caTalicrs, and ladies 
ut a tide-altar, 7* (>o£) 
Defi»ard, A. 

Fu.'itaiaebleau : MoocJight, 61 (39) 
I>«nDer, B. 

An old man and bk wife, 77 (80) 

L<t:i')teape$, with flguren and classical 
buJdings, 90 (129) 
JD»td, C. (Rem«). 

FalcoBcrs, The, ia6 (37) 
D*ri*, A. 

Bute, Marquess and MsxcbioneM of, 

••taading on a terrace, 49 (1488) 
Oe^.tlemaa, i» blue coat and white 

patin rest, 173 (67) 
\7alpoIe, Sir Robert, first Earl of 
Orford, wearing faitignla of a Grand 
U&itrx of Preema»onry, 173 (76) 
Btvtant. W. 

6«io«, A grey *ay en the, 157 (lao) 



Dt«<rie7, C. W. B. 

Adoration of the shepherds, 148 (139) 

Sleeping shepherdess, 135 (5) 
Dfghton, Deab. 

French attack on Hougomoot, 90 
(130) 

Prisoners-of-war, 9; (270) 
Dlghton, J. 

Coventry, Earl of, 90 (331) 
DlgbtOB, R. 

Peep-show, The, 90 (232) 
Dobson, W. 

The artist and his family, 146 (99) 
Doekree, H. E. 

Aberglaslyn, In the pass of, 154 (6) 

Aflonwen — Glyndfrdwy, North Wales, 
134 (8) 

Aa old bridge at the foot of Cader 
Idris, 154 (7) 

Dolgelly, Torrent Walk, 154 (6) 

Fern gatherers, 154 (3) 

Uanguire Wood : Evening, 154 (5) 

Nature's cloister, 154 (4) 

Nerem, The Clog^crsbridse, i54 (8) 

Newpcx-t : Lane scene, 154 (7) 

River Rhiew, Bed and bjr.kn of, lOr 
(92» 

Dolty. B. 

AbbeviJle ; Amiens ; Caudeliec ; and 
Cochenj, 91 (233) 
DoM, Carta. 

Aaron, 137 (108} 
alter. 

Man holding a Rk<>tch, 76 (44) 
DoUoDd, W. « 

Anstey, Woodstock, A.D. 1652, 58 

(79) 
Anstey, Intercepted despatches, 5I 
(78) 

DOIIMlrfohlDO. 

Fame and Victory, 148 (149) 
OoMld, J. HUnt. 

Lanarkshire, Oa the Avon, 61 (30) 
D«na)daon, J. H. 

Bnttany, A grey day ia, 64 (107) 
Jit*, G«f»r4. 

Parents of Gerard Dou, 142 (16) 

Old Udy reading, i (io8) 
after. 

Violinht, The, 170 (131) 
D«wt», SrMI. 

Head of a child, 46 (141:3) 
Dowamaa, i., A.R.A. 

Von Quiiote recotrimendc Ro>iniat« 
to the care of my Governor of the 
CAitle, 1*9 (94) 

Si^ciM Panu ia bi^t Government of 
Barat&ria, 169 (93) 

Wentworth, Lord, in oaval unifarm, 
4> (SS4) 



232 



INDEX. 



Pictures 



DTl«Ist, E. van. 

Through the wood, 93 (314) 
Droogsloot, J. 

Attack on a village, 124 (105) 
Town on a river, with peasants merry- 
making, 49 (1484) 
Drooals, F. H. 

Hou?e of cards, 135 (6) 
DnoTenx, Joseph. 

The artist, iu brown coat, 193 (76) 
Dnck, Jan. 

Cavalier and ladies in an apartment, 

193 (75) 
Interior of a guard-room, 78 (102) 
Dnffleld, W. 

Dead swan, game, and fruit, 195 (128) 
Dead swan and peacock, with figures 

b)' Sir J. Gilbert, R.A., 166 (14) 
Good day's sport, A, 195 (127) 
Still-Ute, 194 (98) 
Donthorne, J., iunr. 

Book ^ale. A, 91 (235) 
Dipre, Victor.; 

River scrne, 153 (260) 
DuK, A., after. 

Father of Albrecht Diu-er, 173 (71) 
Dnsart, C. 

Itinerant musicians, 138 (81) 
Peasants before an inn, 193 (77) 
Dateh Sobool. 

Boats in a breeze, 137 (54) 
Cavalier, in slashed dress, in a land- 
scape, 193 (78) 
Cavalry skirmish, 195 (119) 
Doctor's vi-it, 196 (150) 
Farm scene, with figures, horses, 

cattle, and sheep, 172 {46) 
Figiu'es before a house, 172 (42) 
Fniit and stai-life. 123 (S3) 
Head of a cavalier, with white lace 

ruff, 196 (145) 
Head of an old man, 174 (no) 
Head of the Due of Wesenberche, 

174 (no) 
Interior of a cathedral, with figures, 

137 (47), 172 (42) 
Interior of a tavern, 172 (37) 
Interior, with 3 peasant near a barrel, 

rutting a fish, 77 (88) 
Interior, with peasants merrymaking, 

172 (49) 
Lady holding a glass of wine, 174 (99) 
Lady, in black dress, 195 (117) 
Landscape, with figures in foreground, 

a town in the distance. 123 (66) 
'.ladoima and Child, 178 (2S5) 
Mythologir;.! subject, ig6 (156) 
Pheasants and partridges, 64 (123) 
River repp, with an old building and 
figures, 137 (54) 



View in a Dutch town, with figures, 

100 (49) 
Woody river scene, with birds, 64 

(122) 
Dyck, Sir Antony van. 
Cava r. A, 5 1 
Christ and His Disciples at the gate 

of the temple, 145 (82) 
Crucifixion, The, 123 (36) 
Gentleman, in dark dress and cloak, 

145 (So) 
Hawking party of cavaliers and 

ladies, 145 (81) 
Mother of Sustermans, in black dress, 

14s (79) 
Two boys, wearing ruffs, i (109) 

after. 

Gentleman, A, 150 (192) 

by B. Biscalno. 

Repose of the Holy Family, with 
aniels, 137 (755) 

School of. 

Charles I ; and Henrietta Maria, 136 

(23) 
Falkland, Viscount (Lucius Gary), 

195 (122) 
Henrietta Maria and her sister, as 

children, 190 (136) 
Dyekmans, J. L. 

Opportunity makes thieves, 170 (13J) 



EABL, R. 

Carpenter, William ; and Mary Car- 
penter, 13*^ (30) 
East, Sir Alfred, R.A. 

Misty meadows, 168 (58) 
Eeckbout, G. van den. 

Adoration of the shepherds, 142 (18) 
Card-players, 142 (tg) 
Kabbi, in dark dress and cap trimmed 
with fur, 142 (17) 
Egerton, D. T. 

Hunter at grass, 116 (319) 
Eisen, C. D. J. 

Angpls and cherubs in the clouds, 

13; (58) 
Boy sporting In a landscape, 135 {8> 
La Laiti re, 123 (89) 
Ellh, E-ivTln. 

Bay scene, with stranded boats, 189 

(118) 
Beach scene, with fisherwoman and 

child, 189 (ii6) 
Church, The, at Edgware, 92 (279) 
Dunstanborough Castle, 1B8 (8j) 
Fishing fleet, 59 (So) 



Pictures 



INDEX. 



233 



Flamborough Head : Mending lobster- 
pots, 155 (52) 
Mad March, 188 (73) 
Rocky coast, with stranded boat, 

189 (117) 
View on the coast, with stranded 

boats, 189 (115) 
E::is, P. H. 

In Marlow meadow : Early morning, 

168 (86) 
English School. 

Atkyns, Sir Edward, Judge of the 

King's Bench, 123 (25) 
Bannister, John, the actor, in grey 

coat, 135 (7) 
Camden, William, 174 (89) 
Gentleman, in black dress, with a. 

book, 76 (63) 
Gentleman in blue coat, 172 (40) 
Gentleman, in brown coat, 172 (40) 
Gentleman, in dark coat, 175 (116) 
Gentleman, in dark dress, 74 (19) 
Head of a lady, 174 (106) 
Lady, holding a crook, and wearing 

an embroidered lace dress, 123 (31) 
Lady, in blue and white dress, 166 (15) 
Lady, in blue dress with white lace 

fichu, jewelled necklace, 79 (125) 
Lady, in dark cloak, 195 (134) 
Lady, in pale brown dress, 173 (58) 
Lady, in white muslin dress, 170 

(133) 
Lady, in white muslin dress, and 

gentleman, in brown coat, behind, 

74 (18) 
Lady, in wh te dress, 173 (66) 
Lady, wearing high head-dress, 178 

(245) 
Lady, wearing low-neck dress, 123 

(8i) 
Landscape, with sportsmen, dogs, and 

game, 124 (118) 
Lochman, Katherine, wife of the 

Rev. Moses Porter, 136 (43) 
Mackenzie, Alexander, Esq., of Ross- 
shire, 137 (56) 
Mother and child (portraits), 178 

(234) 
Palmer, Mr., in brown coat, 136 (31) 
Southwell, Sir Richard, 178 (246) 
Sportsmen and dogs, 178 (283) 
Tickner, Miss, and Master, 77 (93) 
Eaa, J. van. 

Fruit and still life, 187 (45) 
Essen, Jan van. 

Dutch landscape, 62 (31) 
Ethoper, T. 

Rome, Scene in, 155 (47) 
Btty, W., R.A. 

Study of a female figure, 58 (54) 



Venus and cupid, 64 (124) 
Wrestlers, 193 (77) 
Evans, W. 

Hood, Vice-Admiral Sir Samuel, 94 
(324) 
Eycken, Cb. van den. 

Out of reach, 115 (308) 
Eyrenx, C. 

Holy Family, in a sculptured oval 
surrounded by a festoon of flowers, 
78 (116) 



FABRITIUS, KAREL. 

Ruth and Naomi, 142 (20) 
Faed, J., janr. 

Moorland bum in August, A, laf 
(93) 
Faed, Thomas, R.A. 

Head of a girl, 146 (no) 

Peat gatherers, 126 (38) 
Fahey, £Ured. 

Vision of the Conception, loi (89) 
Falens, C. van. 

Camp scene ; and Cavalry skirmisk, 
91 (236) 
Falero, L. 

Butterfly, The, 64 (126) 

" He loves me, he loves me not," 64 

(125) 
Fantin-Latonr, H. 

Boy instructing a pet dog, 155 (46) 
Delphiniums in a glass vase, 59 

(100) 
Spring flowers, 59 (loi) 
Farqaharson, David, A.R.A. 

Peep of day, The, 48 (1468) 
Ferg, P. F. 

Forest scene, with animals : and 
Hilly Imdscipc, with figures and 
boats, 138 (82) 
Ferneley, J. 

" Defiance," with the foal " Reveller" 

by her side, 116 (321) 
Favourite hunter of H. de Burgh, 
Esq., of Drayton Hall, near Ux- 
bridge, in a stable with a groom, 
116 (320) 
Fielding, Copley. 

Durham, 187 (46) 
Storm, A, 91 (237) 
Fielding, Newton. 

Pig-sticking, 92 (264) 
Finch, H. H. 

Surprised, 47 (i443) 
Fiorenti, Hello. 

Annunciation, The, 148 (152) 



234 



INDEX. 



PiCTURBS 



florentino, Plero FranMsoo. 

Madouna and Child, with angels, 148 
(153) 
Vlorentlno, B. da, attributed to. 

Head of the Virgin, 76 (45) 
yirmin-Girard. 

Gatheri ig roses, 58 (71) 
Usher, Mark, A.R.A. 

Pasture land. A, 129 (159) 

Watering-place, The, 170 (134) 
Fiambh School. 

Crucifixion, with saints and angels, 
50 (1499) 

Heron, Sir Thomas, in red tunic, 194 

(79) 
Lady, holding a pink, 178 (237) 
Lady, A, said to be Mary, Queen of 

Scots, in rich dress, 50 (1503) 
Louis XIV and Charles X of Sweden 

visiting a captured fortress, 195 

(116) 
Madonna and Child, 131 (202) 
Salvator Mundi, 174 (in) 
Triptych, A, 150 (181) 
Virgin, in a cathedral, kneeling, 173 

(70) 
Plorontine School. 

Annunciation, The, 148 (154) 
Figures in a garden, between two 

buildings, 149 (156) 
Madonna and Child, enthroned with 

Saints, 75 (42) 148 (155) 
Madonna and Child, with infant Saint 

John, 75 (41) 
Triptych, with the Annunciation in 

the centre, the Crucifixion and 

Saints on the wings, 30 (1505) 
S'olkard, Julia B. 

Keeley, Mrs. Mary Anne, 47 (1441) 
Foottet, Fred. F. 

Rose shadows : An autumn morning, 

48 (1454) 
Fortes, E. A. Stanhope. 

Scene from " Measure for Measure," 

170 (135) 
Feaebler, B. de. 

Masquerade figures, 147 (124) 
Foormols, Th. 

In the Ardennes, 62 (33) 
FT»gonard, J. H. 
Flight, 147 (123) 

Peasant boy holding a stick, 78 (m) 
Young lady, in pink dress, 195 (n8) 
Fnneks, F. 

Finding of Moses ; and Rebecca at 

the well, 77 (92) 
Joseph and his brethren, 79 (138) 
Truer, Alexander. 

In Cadzow Forest, 62 (33) 
Refreshment, 153 (z6i) 



Freeman, J. 

" Performer," the property of Robert 
Ramsdale, Esq., zi6 (323) 
Freeman, T. C. 

" The Norfolk Phenomenon," in a 
landscape, 116 (323) 
Frenoh Sohoel. 

Feast of Flora, 136 (36) 

Fortune-teller, 147 (126) 

Gentleman, in embroidered blue 
cloak, 196 (147) 

Guitar player, 147 (126) 

Parisian midnight carnival, 178 (281) 
Frere, Ed. 

Ecouen, La Cour dc Catoir, 166 (16) 

Toy duck. The, 126 (39) 
Frith, W. P., B.A. 

Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn,i66 (17) 

Measuring heights, 126 (41) 

Polly Peachum, 126 (40) 

Scene from " The Vicar of Wate- 
field," 65 (137) 
Fromentin, B. 

La Siesta : A group of Arabs witk 
horses resting, 188 (78) 
Frost, W. B., R.A. 

Aurora, 153 1254) 
Fyt, Jan. 

Dog and dead hare, 142 (23) 

Dogs and dead game, 14a (21) 

Flowers and dead game, 143 (as) 



OADDI, AGMOLO, SCHOOL OF. 

Two wings of a triptych. The, 75 (43) 
Gainsborough, Thomas, B.A. 

Ffolkes, Mr., in blue dress, in a laad- 
scape ; and Mrs. Ffolkes, in pink 
and white dress, standing on a 
terrace, 76 (58) 
Gardiner, Edward Richard, nephew of 
the painter when a boy, 146 (100) 
Gentleman, in blue coat, with white 

stock, 77 (86) 
Lady, in blue dress, 174 (93) 
Lady, in pink dress, with her young 

daughter by her side, 172 (45) 
Landscape, 146 (loi) 
Valley scene, with figures and sheep. 
195 (135) 

after. 

Devonshire, Duchess of, 77 (79) 

School of. 

Landscape, with cattle, 126 (42) 
Candini. 

Madonna and Child, i/i (2) 
Garland, C. T. 

Neddy's birthday, 170 (136) 



PlCTUHKS 



INDEX. 



«3S 



Oarofab, Eenvinatc da. 

l>.-ith of irocris, :0<j (gy) 
eurard, G., A.R.A. 

Blacksmith's yard, A, 116 (335) 

Brewery, Hie, Chiswell Street, 116 
(3^4) 
Gasear, U. 

La.iy, ill faary costume, 123 (98) 
6««rart3. 

Gentleman, in dark drew ; and 
Gentleman, in white dress, 79 
(139) 
e Ceyn, A. 

Hirlioivr jrene, w-ith cavaliers and 
l.idies, 70 (59) 
6erman School. 

(k-Qtleman, in blark dic-i^ and cap, 
I6<) (99) 

Oli lady, in brown f1re-,'<, 138 (84) 

Virgin and Child adored by a Bishop, 
74 (20) 

Youth, in dark dre^s, with large fur 
collar, 138 (83) 
Gbirlacdaio, Domenlco. 

Acoltu?, I-'rans, Head of, 149 (157) 
6iacomeIli, V. 

Columbus fighting land, 48 (1467) 
OilMon, P. 

Boats becalmed, 90 (2:1) 
Clbson, W. A. 

On the Loire, 6j (34) 

Suffolk barges, 6j (33) 
Oidding, H. 

i:,veuing, 61 (36) 
eUbert. A. 

Thames, View on the, 154 (q) 
fillder, H. 

Dovercourt Church ; and Ramsholt 
Church, Suffolk, 93 (303) 
6IU, B. 

View on the River Mawddach, 153 

GilUg, Jacob. 

I'i^h and culinary utcasili, 60 (i}8) 
Gillray, James. 

Forged documents, 90 (13J) 
QlBMbrook, Hugh de T. 

Fiave at Bclluna ; and The old town, 
48 (1465) 
Glendenlng, A. A. 

Near Mapledurham, On the Thames, 

153 (j62) 
Summer, 124 (131) 
AUndoDi, H. G. 

Affr a go<xl run, 1S8 (82) 
Olofer, J. 

Bridge at IJangoIlcn ; and Spelatro : 

Evening, 91 (238) 
Oxford, The Hall, Chri:.tchurch, 9X 
(338) 



Ooddard, G. B. 

Lo?t doff-' hooe, 133 (60) 
Oooeb, T. 

" Goldfinder," ta a landscape, with 
jockey and gro«cBS, 116 (316) 
Good, T. S. 

Examining the sword, 146 (loa) 
Qoodall, F., R.A. 

Moorish interior, 170 (137) 
Ploughing m Egypt, 138 (138) 
Goodwin, A. 

Whitby, 188 («4) 
Gore, S. F. 

Inside a music halJ, 38 (61) 
Through the window, 38 (58) 
Goyan, J. van. 

Castle on a river, 139 (86) 

Froien river scene, with rHUg^. and 

skaters, 194 (80) 
Landscape, 141 (16) 
Landscape, with figures akating, 169 

X95) 
Laydee, View o(, 138 (83), 14a (34) 
River -cene, 139 (87), 14:: (25), i4t 

(28), 173 (73). 194 (81) 
Sandy road : Landscape, with group 
of peasants on a atound, 14J (27) 
Graham, Pater, R.A. 

Crossing the stream, 136 (100) 
Where only s^a-birds roam, 136 (99) 
Grant, Sir F., P.R.A. 

Sykcs, Sir Tattoo, ea horseback, ti& 
(337) 
Onaie, J. B. 

K.imily grwup, 171 (31) 

Head of a girl, ia brown dress, 147 

(ii7i 
Head of a lady, with decollete dress, 

187 (47) 
Ladv, in pink <ireM, with black cape, 

170 (13H) 
I^dy, in white striped dreai, 170 
(138) 
Gribble, B. F. 

Fishing boats : Stormy weather, 48 
(1446) 
Grief, A. 

Dead game, 79 (n7) 
Huntimen, with dead same and dogs, 
151 (203) 
Orinubaw, Atkinson. 

Medea, 38 (66) 
Gryff, R. 

Classical figures and stll life, i«} 
(5») 
Goardl, F. 

Courtyard o< a palace, 149 (is?) 
Piazza of St. Itfark's, 149 (161) 
River scene, with building, and 
figures on a rustic bridge, iji (204) 



236 



INDEX. 



Pictures 



Venice, Street in, 149 (158) 
Venice, View on the Guidecca, 149 
(160) 

School of. 

Venice, Inlands near, with buildings, 
gondolas, and figures, 136 (37) 
0«Ido. 

Infant Saviour, asleep on the Cross, 
76 (44) 

• School of. 

Saint John, 126 (42) 
Oaidoccio. 

Madonna and Child, enthroned, with 
Saint Peter and Saint Paul, 76 
(45) 



H 

HAAO, J. P. 

Fasting, 126 (33) 
Haecht, W. van. 

Infanta Isabella and Albert, in the 
Gallery of Corn van der Geest, 139 
(88) 
Haensbergen, J. tbd. 

Lady, in dark dress, seated near a 

window, 166 (18) 
Sandy road, with figures, 166 (18) 
Hagemann, G. de. 

French river scene ; and view of a 
bridge, 129 (160) 
Haghe, L. 

Roman letter-writer, lO- (97) 
Hahn, J. 

River scene, with three figures in a 
boat, 48 (1462) 
Hall, H. R. 

Highland cattle changing pastures, 

155 (43) 
Highland cattle crossing a mocx-Iand 
tarn, 155 (42) 
Hab, Dirk. 

Concert, The, 142 (29) 

School of. 

Man, in black dress, holding a bag, 
77 ( 9) 
HamUton, J. V/bltelaw. 

Dunblane Cathedral, 157 (122) 
Waiting for the tide, 157 (121) 
Hamilton, W., R.A. 

Continence of Seipio, 91 (240) 

Letter, The, 91 (241) 

Siddon-, Mr-., as "The Grecian 

Daughter," 100 (51) 
Siddons, Mrs., and her son, in the 
tragedy of " Isabella," 100 (51) 
Hancock, C. 

Dover mail. The, 175 (137) 



Hanceman, A. 

Culinary utensils, 174 (90) 
Haqnette. G. 

Departure of the fisherman, 170 

(139) 

Hardlne, P. 

Flowers in a sculptured vase, 187 
(48) 
Harding, G. P. 

Henry VI ; and Margaret of Anjou, 
91 (242) 

Leicester, Countess of, 91 (243) 
Hardy, F. D. 

Cottage interior, 158 (139) 
Hardy, Heywood. 

Driving geese, 153 (263) 
Hardy, James. 

Morning"'; kill, The, 127 (97) 
Hardy, T. B. 

Calm on the Mass, Treport, 91 (243) 

Katwyck, Off, 91 (244) 

Scheveningen, 189 (119) 

Yarmouth, Off, 124 (151) 
Hargltt, Edward. 

Gleam of sunshine, 158 {140) 
Harlow, G. H., after Sir J. Reynolds. 

Bertti, Lady Barbara, in white 
d collet ■ dress, 100 (54) 

Flora, 194 (97) 
Harwood, J. 

Haigh Hall, Lancashire, 93 {313) 
Haughton, H. 

L' .Allegro, 92 (280) 

Munro, Sir Tbomas, gi (256A) 
Hayes, Edwin, R.H.A. 

Fre-h morning off the Mumbles, iti 
(43) 

Shipping in a breeze, 188 (71) 
Hayman, F., R.A. 

Addi on, Judge, in brown coat and 
black >-3st, 78 (98) 

Checkmate ; and The hunchback, 91 
(=45) 

Haynes-Williams, J. 

D.tfodil, 155 (70) 
Heaphy, Thomas. 

Love-letter, The ; and Naval officer, 
standing on the beach, 91 (246) 
Heath, W. 

Battle scene, go (218) 

Grand Quintuple Alliance, 91 (247) 
Heda, W. C. 

Silver-gilt cup, a tazzo, and other 
objects of still-life, 195 (131) 

Still-hfe, 142 (30) 
Heem, C. D. 

Fruit and lobster on a table, 76 (67) 
Heemskerk, S. 

Landscape, with cottage, and figures 
on a road, 151 (205) 



Pictures 



INDEX. 



237 



Piping peasant, with a peasant 

woman and animaU, 150 (205) 
Sheep and goats, 151 (205) 
Beersehop, H. F. 

Alchemist, The, 139 (89) 
Heffner, K. 

Autumn, 188 (94) 

River scene, with church : Rain- 
clouds, 62 f38) 
The angler : Sunset, 62 (37) 
Heimes, H. 

Nieuport : Canal scene, with boats, 
48 (1463) 
Heinisch, C. 

River scene, with cottages and cattle, 
128 (lOl) 

HelDs, D. 

Gentleman, in brown dress ; and 
Lady, in red dress, i66 (19) 
Hekt, B. van der. 

Lady, in white dress, 143 (31) 
Hemessen, Jan van. 

Madonna and Child, 150 (186) 
Hemy, C. Napier, R.A. 

Over the bar, 153 (264) 
Henderson, Elsie M. 

Reflections, 48 (1456) 
Henderson, J. 

Shrimper, The, 62 (39) 
Henry, W. 

Temple Dar, 174 (87) 
Henshall, J. 

Warwick, Entrance to, 49 (1471) 
Henshaw, J. H. 

Dinas L-land at Killarney, 126 (44) 
Herring, J. F. 

Borobridge horse fair, 65 (138) 

" Cotheriton," 172 (39). I75 

("5) 
Craven, Fulwar, Esq., on his Norfolk 

hackney, 116 {329) 
Death of the fox, 155 (49) 
Drawing cover, 10 1 (72) 
" Guznee," 175 (115) 
In full cry, loi (72) 
" Matilda," the property of the Hon. 
E. Petre, with James Robinson up, 
116 (328) 
Peasant girl, with sheep and ducks 

In a shed, 175 (138) 
Poultry, 124 {135) 
" Priam " and " Augustus," with 

jockeys up, 116 (330) 
" Prior of St. Margaret's," with 

Alfred Day up, 116 (331) 
Returning from work, 127 (8g) 
Watering horses, 59 (102) 
Heosch, W. de. 

Woody land;,cape, with peasants and 
mules on a road, 151 (210) 



Heyden, J. ran der. 

An archway, 143 (33) 
Dutch town, View in a, 143 (32) 
Hlghmore, School of. 

Bolton, Duchess of, in white dress, 
136 (40) 
HUder, R. 

Stream with a rustic bridge and 
cottages ; and Landscape with a 
watermill, 49 (1473) 
Hill, J. J. 

Apple gatherers, 156 (72) 
Boy olding a whistle 6 (113) 
Hlllingford, R. 

Mary, Quc'-n of Scots in the Tower, 
158 (i4i) 
HlUs, R. 

At the gate ; and Cattle resting, 91 
(248) 
Hilton, W., R.A. 

Lady and gentleman, 90 (207) 
Hlnberis, P. 

River scene, with row-boat and 
men-of-war, 195 (133) 
Hltchings, J. B. 

Storm, A, 92 (275) 
Hoch, J. J. 

Vision of a Saint, and the companion, 
89 (191) 
Hoecgeest, G. van. 

Tomb of the Prince of Orange, 143 
(34) 
Hofland, T. C. 

Richmond Hill, View from, 49 (i47i) 
Hogarth, W. 

Lady, in brown dress, seated in a 
landscape, with her young daughter 
151 (206) 

School of. 

Dairymaid, giving drink to a negro 

boy, 135 (10) 
Fete day, 195 (130) 
Lady, in brown dress trimmed with 

ermine, 135 (9) 
Woffington, Peg, 79 (126). 100 (52) 
Holbein, Hans. 

Lady, in black dress, 148 (140), 194 

(82) 

aft . 

Erasmus, holding a book, 196 (140) 
More, Sir Thomas, head of, 194 (83) 

School of. 

Catherine of Aragon, in rich dress, 
174 (97) 
Holder, E. H. 

Thames at Streatley, 168 (67) 
Holland, J. 

Genoa, Market scene, 155 (65) 
Genoa, Vice Sotto il Campanile, 194 
(84) 



838 



INDEX. 



Picrt;:iBS. 



Venice, A side canal, 155 (64) 
HtDdacoeter, M. D. 

Dog, dead birds, and boar's bead, in 
a landscape, 77 (76) 

Domestic poultry and other birds, 
187 (49), 196 (155) 
HaiM, Hathaniol, .A. 

Dutch co.i>t, 48 (1449) 
HoDlbont, 0. 

Boy, with hawk and hound, 178 (139) 
Hook, J. C, R.A. 

Coal schooner, 126 ( 5) 
Hopkins, W. 

Winter and Summer, 89 (188) 
Heppner, J., R.A. 

Lady, in black dress 174 (92) 
Horlor, G. W. 

Oq mischief bent, 126 (46) 
Hernel, E. A. 

Scene in Japan, 38 (60) 
Horsley, J. C, R.A. 

Someone at the door, 57 (27) 

Trespa-Jsi-r. A, 170 (140) 
HonstoB, George. 

Snow Ececp, 157 (123) 
Howard, H., R.A. 

Trees in Kuolc Park, loi (G3) 
HowiU, S. 

Frogmore, Queen's house, 91 (249) 

Swan with two necks, 91 (150) 
Hndson, Thomas. 

Gentlemau, in braided vest aod green 
coat, 196 (144) 

Lady, in brown dre5? with blue cloak 
seated holding a book, 78 (114) 
School of. 

Young xirl, in green dress, 174 (103) 
Hoggins, W, i. 

Jirva^, Admiral Sir John, off Cape 
St. Vincent, 91 (251) 
Bnghes-StsDtOD, U., A.R.A. 

Forest glade, A, 156 (81) 

Kentish village. A, 127 (95) 
Haghteobarg, J. van. 

A skirmish, 123 (si) 
Homphrls, W. H. 

Chess players, The, 4S (1455) 
Hant, A. W. 

Near Capel Curig, 60 (129) 
Hnnt, W. 

Lady, seated at a piano, 91 (252) 
Hnoter, CoUa, A.R.A. 

Arisaig, C2 (33) 

Morning catch, 103 (140) 

Wet sand, 157 (i»i) 
Hnnter, Mary Y. 

In the garden, 157 (124) 
Hiysam, J. van. 

Basket of flowers Dear a sculptured 
yase, 107 (20) 



FlowcTi in a vase, i (171) 

Flowers in a sculptured vh^, oa a 

stone pedestal, 78 (107) 
Flowers in a terra-cotta bovd on a 

slib, 151 (207) 



IBBBTSOR, J. C. 

At the well, 91 (253) 

Gipsy encampment : and Going to 

market, 91 (253) 
Hilly landscapes, gi (254) 
Homestead, A : Landscape, with a 

thatched cottage, farm, waggoos, 

figures, and pigs, 49 (i49i> 
Landscape, with a donkey and cart, 

146 (104) 
River scene, with anglers : Evening, 

167 (50) 
RosljTi Cartle, with cattle in the fore- 
ground, 89 (168) 
Valley scene : Hilly road, with fi-gure* 

and cattle, 146 (103) 
Wocd-gatherers, 91 (255) 
Woody road scenes, with figure.--', 91 

(254) 
Iraoia, Innoeenzo da. 

Holy Family, The, 149 (162) 
Imola, Pietro Paolo da. 

Christ at the columo, 76 (46) 
lines, George. 

Bay scene, 64 (107) 
Isabey, Eugene. 

Portrait of a lady, 178 (267) 

Louis Phillipe, King of France, 91 

(256) 
lUUao School. 

Bellini, Giovanni, Head of, 75 (34) 
Cardinal, A, in robes, sealed, 172 

(36) 
Head of a Franciscan Monk, 75 (34) 
Holy Family with Saint iilizabeth 

and Saint John, 172 (43) 
Madonna and Child, enthroned with 

Saints, 149 (164) 
Madonna, in red robes, seated, hold- 
ing the Infant Saviour, 172 (47) 
Resurrection of Christ, with the 

Virgin and Saint John, 174 (88) 
Review of troops before a palace, 174 

(102) 
Saint John, in red cloak, 75 (35) 
Saint John, and Saint Agatha : the 

two wings of a triptych, 173 (6l) 
Saint Joseph, 174 (105) 
Saint Martin, upon a white charger, 

149 (163) 



Pictures 



INDEX. 



939 



Saint Paul ; and Saint Anthony, 75 

Saint Stephen, holding a book and 
the Martyr's pain], 7j (33) 

Trinity, with Saints in the douds, 173 
(51)' 

Virgin, hoItlLng the Infant Saviour, 
173 (59) 



JACKSON, HAMILTOR. 

Fishiu?, lAi (83) 
jMkson, J., R.A. 

A Divine, iu black gown with white 
bands, holding a book, 77 (81) 
Jacobs I. 

Head of a gentleman, with white 
ruff ; and Head of a lady, with lace 
head-dress and white rufl, 76 (56) 
jM^rastte, 0. Ph. 

Chr>-santhemums in a brajs bowl, 
10:: (loS) 

Jaowsone School. 

Gcntleiuaa, in black figured dross, 74 
(21) 
JsMt, School of. 

Lorraine, Marie de, in rich dress ; 
and Lady as " The Magdalen," in 
jewolled dross and cap, 147 (128) 
Jaamann, R. A. 

Raven, The, 136 (47) 
JaiMD, J. C. 

Interior, with two peasant women 
conversing, 77 (89) 
Jusea, W. G. F. 

Belgium, View in, 62 (40) 
Jussens, C. 

Lady, in black silk dress, 143 (35) 
Lady, in yellow dress trimmed with 
white lace, 77 (85) 
Junsens, H., after D. van Del«B. 

Interior of a cathedral, with an 
ecclesiastic, cavaliers, and ladies 
at a side altar, 78 (106) 

School of. 

Head of a lady, in brown dress, 100 
(54) 
J«rdlD, K. da. 

Peasants, with a horse and sheep, 
»43 (3") 
Jay, J. A. B. 

Newmarket Heath, 59 (103) 
J^flcnoD, J. 

Duck pond. The, 49 (1470) 
JWMS. G., R.A. 

Noah's sacrifice, 89 (201) 
J»MS, T. 

Tak of a tub. The, 126 (44) 



Jordaens, J. 

Adorrition of the shepherds, 143 (37) 

Gentleman, in black dre^s, 143 (38) 

Satyr, with fruit, 143 (31)) 
Jof, *■' . 

Men-of-war at anchor ; and Shippsng 
in a breere, 91 (257) 

Menof-war at anchor ; and A wreck. 
01 (-5S) 
Jotsam, H. 

God\. Acre, 168 (35) 

K 

KALF. W. 

Interior of a shed, I43 (40) 
Kalraet, B. 

View on the Dort, with sporting 
P^irty iu the fixeground, G3 (139) 
Kaoflman, Angelica, R.A. 

Cornelius, the mother of the Gficdu, 

I (133) 
Diana and Apollo, 123 (31) 
Lady, in a blue dress, holding a book, 

137 (4^0 
Lady picking honeysuckle, 173 (44) 
Ruth and Boaz. 194 (85) 
Sunrise, 17 z (44) 
V'enus attired, 123 (l02) 

Kennlngton, T. B. 

Arming for conquest, 58 (63) 
Kessel, J. van. 

Vase of flower-, with bird,, mooltey, 
and «hell-, 173 (50) 
Kettle, Tilley. 

Gentleman, in a hunting costume, 
with a dog and gun, ijl (208) 
Keyser, Th. de. 

Lady, in black dress over a red skirt, 
143 (41) 
Kidd. W. 

Knavish trick, A, 91 (259) 
May-day, loi (90) 
King, Haynes. 

Whitby : A quiet day in port, 170 
(141) 
K Bg. W. S. 

ChcNea ferry ; and CheJsea okl 
church, 79 (140) 
King, Yeend. 

Bend in the river, The, 114 (141) 
Kinnaird, F. J. 

At the spring, 17S (282) 
Kbling. 

Bryre, Dr., in grey dress ; aad 
Dauphin, in blue dress, 75 (22) 
Klomp, A. 

Dairy farm, 139 (90) 
Farm scene : Cattle, Sheep, and goati 
at rest in a paddock, 139 (91) 



240 



INDEX. 



Pictures 



Kneller, Sir Godfrey. 

Hamilton, Duchess of, in blue dress, 

167 (21) 
Lady and child, 231 (74) 
Lady, in red dress, with ermine, 123 

(64) 
Lady, with dove, 123 (63) 
Queen Mary, wife of William III, in 
rich robes, 157 (109) 

School ol. 

Gentleman, in brown dress ; and 

Lady, in brown dr-^ss, 136 (33) 
Lady, in green dress, with brown 

scarf, seated, 136 (41) 
Hylton, Thomas, in blue robes, 166 
(15) 
Knight, W, 

Lake Lucerne, 91 (260) 
Knowles, Davidson. 

An Arab warrior, 103 (141) 
Kobeil, Jan. 

Landscapes, with cattle, and figures, 

92 (261) 
Stream, with cattle : Boys battling in 
the background, 135 (11) 
Koekko k, H. 

Mouth of a Dutch river, 153 (265) 
Zuyder Zee, with boats becalmed, 103 
(142) 
Konin k, P. de. 

Philosopher, A, 196 (146) 
Extensive view overlooking a river, 
143 (42) 
Kroseman, F. 

Flemish winter scene : Sunset, 57 
(14) 

L 

LADBR OKE, J. B. 

Woody stream, with cattle, near a 
bridge, 49 (1474) 
Ladbrooke, R. 

Woodland scene, with fishermen, 50 
(1507) 
lAdeU, E. 

Fruit and still life, 126 (4S). 154 (10) 
Fruit and wineglass on a marble slab 

64 (128) 
Fruit, tankard, and wineglass, 64 
(127) 
Lter, P. de. 

Peasants and animals by a barn ; 
and Views in Venice, 60 (130) 
Langaskens, Maurice. 
Swans, 102 (109) 
Laogendyk, D. 

Battle scene, 92 {262) 
Woody streams, with buildings, 
figures, and animals, 92 (263) 



Landseer, Chas., R.A. 

Preparing for the masquerade, 91 
(252) 
Landseer, Sir E., R.A. 

Ferret, A, 50 (1508) 

Seyton, Catherine, 194 (86) 
Lanzani, Pclidoro. 

Madonna and Child, 149 (165) 
Laporte, G. H. 

Mason, Tom, 92 (264) 
Largilliere, N. 

Gentleman, in green coat, 147 (lag) 

Lord Mayor of London, Equestrias 
portrait of, 137 (61) 

Modena, Duchess of, 135 (12) 
Laroon, H. 

Scene in the Mall, 92 (265) 
La Thangne, H. H., R.A. 

Fisherman, A, 60 (131) 
Lavery, H. 

Cow and calf, 1S8 (82) 
Lawrence, Richard. 

" Equity," the property of T. 
Fetherstone, Esq. ; and Mare and 
foal, the proi>erty of T. Hilles, 
Esq., 116 (332) 
Lawrence, Sir T., P.R.A. 

Daughters of Colonel Cartaret Hardy, 
146 (105) 

Gentleman, in dark coat, 167 (22) 

Hutchinson, Mrs., in dark dress, 137 

(63) 
Offley, Mrs. Cunlifie, in white dress, 

173 (75) 

after. 

Croker, Miss, 64 (129) 

School oL 

Lady, in white dress, standing ia a 
landscape, 137 (48) 

Sisters, The, 196 (141). 
Lawson, Cecil G. 

In the forest, 62 (41) 
Lawson, F. Wilfred. 

Repose ; and The silver cord, 102 

(96) 
Morning song. The, 102 (95) 
Ruth and Naomi, 102 (94) 
Leader, B. W., R.A. 

Backwater on the Thames at Streat* 

ley, 126 (50) 
Bend of a river, 102 (93) 
Ll>-n Cwellyn, North Wales, ij6 

(49) 
Morning among the Welsh hills, 154 

(24) 
On the Welsh coast, 103 (143) 
Pond at Bigode Hall, 189 (120) 
River Llugwy, On the, 154 (25) 
Leeomte, E. Vernet. 

Girl, with castanets, 168 (56) 



Pictures 



INDEX. 



241 



Lm, F. R., R.A., »nd Cooper, T. S., R.A. 

Watering-place, The, i83 (85) 
LMmpnttsn, J. L. van. 

Evening, 102 (103) 

Flock of sheep, 168 (62) 

Poultry, 102 (103), 168 (62) 

Return of the flock, 102 (103) 
and Leeaw, A. de. 

Return of the flock : Winter, 65 (140) 
Lehmann, Rudolf. 

Roman balcony during carnival, 57 
(29) 
Leigh, R. J. 

An orchard in Hampshire, 47 (1444) 
Leighton, Lord, P.R.A. 

Spirit of the Summit, The, 157 (102) 
Lejanne, A. F. 

Grignan, Ville et chateau, 168 (71) 

Under the cliffs, 168 (70) 
L«ly, Sir Peter. 

Gwynne, Nell, ia brown and white 
dress, 139 (92) 

Lady, in brown decollete dress, 146 
(106) 

Youth with gun, 178 (243) 
School of. 

Lady, in brown dress, 174 (84) 

Lady, in red dress, 173 (57) 
Leonardo da Vinci, after. 

La V'ierse aux Rochers, 141 (1^5) 
X<*onardis. 

River scene, 93 (312) 
Leray, J. 

Feeding the ducks, 125 (30) 
LmUb, C. R., R.A. 

Prima donna, A, 194 (87) 
L'Eveque, H. 

Lady, standing by a stream, 92 (:66) 
LaTb, Hsarice. 

F"rance, Une Scierie Hydraulique sur 
le Loir, 64 (H2) 
UwU, G. R. 

Haymakers, S9 (i8i) 
U U. J. 

Dutch pasturage, 62 (42) 
Uwb, J. F., R.A. 

King's foxhounds, 194 (88) 
LeTden, School of. 

Desc-nt from the Cross, 150 (187) 
Uddell, T. Hodgson. 

Devon, Springtime at Branscoinbe, 
47 (1432) 
Udderdale, C. S. 

Without leave or licence, 103 (144) 
LUgalbaeb, J. 

Hilly river scene, 143 (43) 

Seaport, A : View on the quay, 139 
(93) 
UBseU. J. 

Disobedient prophet, The, 126 (51) 



Drawing timber, 189 (121) 

Farmstead, A, 154 (26) 

Young anglers, 155 (68) 
after Julia Swinburne. 

Death of Abjoloin, 100 (57) 
Linton, W. 

Italian lake scene, with figures and 
goats : Sunset, 153 (266) 

Nice, N'ear Monaco, 153 (275) 
Llppi, School of. 

Archangel Gabriel, 171 (8) 
Lloyd, Stuart. 

Helford Creek, Cornwall, 103 (145) 

Osborne, Near, 18S (83) 
Logsdall, W. 

Lincoln Cathedral, Interior of, 60 
(136) 

Marche aux Anvers, 60 (126) 

Wolf, Joseph, Portrait of, 194 (98) 
Lomax, J. C. 

Newquay, At the end of the head- 
land, 189 (122) 

Long, Edwin, R.A. 

In the wilderness, 58 (68) 
Pyre, The, 64 (109) 
Search for beauty, loi (91) 
Longhl, P. 

Doctor's visit, The, 76 (62) 
Loo, . Van. 

Berry, Duchess de, in rich dress, 135 
(13) 
Lorenese, G. B. 

Seaport, with boats, figures dis- 
embarking in tlic foreground, 171 
(3) 
Lorme, A. de. 

Courtyard of a palace, with figures 
and hordes, by J. Lingelbach, 167 
(23) 
Lorraine, School of. 

Ecce Homo, 150 (188) 
Lotto, Lorenzo. 

Judgment of Midas, 137 (64) 
Lontherbiirg, P. J. de, R.A. 

Figures in a storm, 123 (34) 
PIouRhrnen resting, 153 (267) 
Siddons, Mrs., and Edmund Kean, in 
•' The Friar," 78 (95) 

after Sir R. Ker Porter. 

An incident on the roid, 92 (29IA) 
Lonnxo, School of. 

Madonna and Child, with two angels, 
194 (90) 
Luker, W. 

Aberioyle and Norfolk Broads, 195 

("24) 
Bucklnirst Park and Highland 
cattle, 195 (125) 
Latnlnals, E. 

The Prodigal, 157 (125) 



24 z 



INDEX. 



PiCTURBS 



lABT. T. 

Coa>t senile, with fishing boats and 
tVCarcs I24 (117) 
lj»fl. C. 

SiTttsMi caricatures, in one frame, 92 
(268) 
Xj9a, CoraeUIe de. 

Geotletnin, in black dress, 75 (23) 
LfODConrt, H. de. 

Brittiny : A ven Valley, Hcnant Castle 

ia the distance, 168 (87) 
Brittany. Fishing near Pont Aven, 

M 

MACBETH, R. W., R.A. 

L-uvJing sardines at low tide, 60 (132) 
■aCailum, A. 

Dew on the bracken : Houses not 

made with hands, 46 (1420) 
Taking of the thirii wall of Jerusalem 
by Titus, 46 (1419) 
lUoDwalcM, i. A. S. 

Pasture l.md, 47 (1437) 
■MtefM, W&lt«r. 

Cipri : SciMie in an orange garden, 59 

(r04) 
Flowef-seller at Capri, 126 (52) 
■MwMrtw. i., B.A. 

Harveiting in Arran, 64 (iii) 
K»t, N. 

GcaUemaa, in black velvet coat, 194 

(91) 
Prinoo of Orange when a child, 143 
(44) 
JUg^aseo, A. 

Pv^uro Bubjects, 174 (117) 
■alton, T. 

Cabrilg-i : King's College Chapel, 
at (260) 
■Ann, Al«x. 

Ia the Bor=« field, 62 (43) 
■ana, J. H. S. 

Ld. Marctinde de Fkoru, 153 (368 
Maos, r. H. 

Town OQ a river, with boats and 
numerous fi^jres, 51 (1312) 
■gur-Beaner. 

Bride, The, 155 (56) 
Jia^»4oM, H. 

Surrey, Kotrance to Liphook, 91 
(»6o) 
KsKeBU, 0. 

ShWl, b«tt«Tflie.s, and still life, 187 
(51) 
muitichl, Dl. 

Qiurcli of St. Giovannp e Paolo, 
174 (95) 



Marl»w, W. 

Bay of Naples, 137 (60) 
n&rshall, B«n. 

Celebrated racehorse, the property of 
Mr. Day, in a landscape, with jockey 
and figures, 116 (334) 
" Mameluke." the property of the 
Eari of Jt-fsey, with Jaaei Kobin- 
son up, lib (333) 
Price, Captain Barrington, with bis 

favourite hunter, 116 (335) 
" Pastime," with trainer and i^rooms, 

117 (336) 
Three hor?ei Ln a stable ; and Three 
horse,) at grass, 139 {94) 
Marshall, Lambert. 

Fitting cocks, 117 (337) 
Martens, H. 

Fren<-h I.ineers, 92 (;7o) 
MartlDo, Slmooe da. 

Saint Peter, holding the keys and a. 
book, 76 (47) 
Mason, F. H. 

Briti-i Fleet off Scarborougli, 64 {117) 
Masqu«ri«r, i. i. 

Parisot, Mademoiselle, 170 (142) 
Master of the Utreoht AdoratiM. 

Crucifixion, TJi*-, 75 (30) 
Mathews, Cbaries James. 

Littlehampton, The Beach Hotel, 4S 
(1461) 
Hathleson, J. 0. 

The old road, 62 (44) 
HatUesoa, i. Malr. 

Forth, n«ar Stirliag. 62 (45) 
Near Cardross, 61 (46) 
Meadows, A. J. 

Castla of Oberhausz, 60 (13J) 
Mee, Mrs. 

Dillon, Viscountew, Henrietta 
Brow»e, Head of, 193 (60) 
McUsner, E. 

Return of the flock : Winter, 39 (105) 
Melb7, W. 

Lifeboat goiag out from the Goodwnt 
Saads, 116 (53) 
Melio, Praneeseo. 

Madooaa, ■ blue dress, holdi&s Che 
lafaat Saviour, 171 (4) 
Mesendes, A. F. I 

Queea Marie Louise of Savoy, ftrat 
wife of Philip V of Spaia, 123 (65) 
Menss, R. 

Frederick, King of Swede*, ia blue 
dre*j, 167 {14) 
Merefcaert. Jtl. 

Old quay at Maliaes, loz (ii»^ 
Heroler, Ph. 

LaJy, ia W te dncoltytJ dress, l^l 



Pictures 



INDEX. 



243 



Mu^ie and painting, ijj (jj) 

Toilet, The, 130 (95) 
■vie, Harhe«. 

An object of pity, 168 (yt) 
Besalna, AntooeUo da, a{t«f, b; CkariotM 
J. We«ks. 

Crucifixion, The, 50 (1506) 
■•lUamans. i. 

S«a-pi^r*5, with shipping, 13I (100) 
158 (64) 
UtjtT, H. de. 

Scheveniugen, View of, 159 (96) 
Keyeni. H. 

Sculptor's studio. A, <i2 (272) 
■wbaelson, A. 

Reading the ISible, 58 (51) 
Ml»hao, Tb. 

ViUi?e ?c«ne, 139 (97) 
■tehel, B. 

Did mill, 147 (130) 
■», Jan. 

Cimival scene, 173 (52) 

Ljn-I.rape, vrith peasante, 6k«ey, umA 
Roat";, 151 (::io) 
K«KTei:, J. 

Gentleman, in black drta with tgorti 
>I»evei, 137 (no) 

LaJy, in green dre«s, ig6 (Jji) 
■terts, F. van, atitr. 

Si'v-plng cavalier. The, 194 (fj) 

To.let, The, m (47) 
Usnvd, P. 

Lidf , in blue dre«i trimm«d with fur 

'47(130 
1-iJy, in brown satla tfiess, 190 

H34) 
JuxTHine, Duchess de, ta fnj dress, 

tjj (Ul 
d'OrleAii,, Eliubeth Ch^rtettc, 

Duche--s 190 (133) 
KlC»ea, A. 

Pruit pl«:«, 14J (48) 
KUr^, T. B. 

Aji ol'i lad 7, in bUrt: dress ; aad 

VVhitb/ harbour : Momlbg, 1S9 

(185) 

HJOtf, J. 

Street «^ene, 9? (j73) 
■TD«r, B. B. 

Bntt^ay butter, 103 (14*) 
M'Uata, Cari. 

OrUpf Alp, The, too (58) 
KrUna, W. B. 

Captives, 65 (141) 
JKItM. W. Watt. 

Dah-f (.irm, A, 6e (48) 

Ji'^h-rf'jlk, 6t (47) 

Cx> thn Forth, 61 (51) 

Pittenwf<m harbour, Cz (sc) 

Retard of th« flock, 6r. (49) 



Bocford, i. 

October It the Highland.- : and A 
S\irrey coiDnM>n, ijj (io^l 
Bok. J. H. 

Ronaan feasants ; and Watching ti>« 
wa>-**, 91 (274) 
BoIeDur, J. B. 

Froren nver soene, with building, 
and numerous figures and sWiges ; 
and Interior, with two boor* ctm- 
Tersuir, 75 (J4) 
Slaughtrr-house, The, 173 (69) 
Village Merry-making, 77 (S7) 
\ illa?e wedding, 139 (98) 
Boore, Albert. 

An ofTericg rf lovr, 188 (95) 
Btore, Heary, R.A. 

Cherbourg, Off, 1*9 (161) 
Looking acrois the Channel, 127 (9^) 
flOTMiss, P. 

Lbdy, ta black brocade drras, J51 
(111) 
Boretto, AlMsaidre. 

Annunciation : The Virgin, in ni 
end green dress, reading frota a 
bc<5k, white the Archangel Gabriel 
i.ppcari, 137 {6j) 
Boreao, Fred. 

TvT King and rountry, roi {ji) 
I'nder the mistletoe, lor {77) 
YoLnf gi'.lant, The, 1^7 (94) 
■Mland, Otorge. 

IJoy trr.diug »^^eep, 117 (356) 

C<~s 't i<*x\i, with fiiherfolt uxl 

KtTAnflcJ boats, 151 (jiil 
Cottage door, The, 117 (33S) 
Death of the fox, 117 (349) 
Deserter'j (areweK, 117 (351) 
Dipptnjr well. The, 117 (351) 
Dranj, The, 127 (346) 
Dock »hooti-.g, 117 li6'>) 
effects of youthf jl extnvismtrT Mtd 

idlere*!, 117 (347'' 
YuU, The : a pfas,»nt thrown (nun • 

white hoTie, 117 (335) 
lanayard, with peawnt-, h(jr^ a»d 

pvg', 46 (I4lt) 
Tex I?ia, 117 (339) 

liitlMTillg wood, 117 (34S) 

Grp^y tacampmrnt, 117 (545/ 
Gbl with fig-, fjii (134) 
KiUy UnJ>cape, 146 (lor) 
ISDOceoc* alarmed, or the (Lash m 

the paa, 117 (341) 
laterior of a stable, with o^ttos 

pVayhig cards, i»s (49) 
Werc-fyj biitliS, 117 (351) 
J'j'tndg* ehocting, 117 (341) 
>'e-.<^k:.t, with a dog. i|6 (ii<H 
rhea~ant fiWct^oe, iir (S4i) 



244 



INDEX. 



Pictures 



Pig-stye, The, i68 (76). 196 {154) 

Post-boys and horses refreshing, 117 
(357) 

Rocky coast scene, with cottage, 
figure^, and horse and cart in the 
foreground, 124 (iii) 

Sand carting, 117 (358) 

Setter at the edge of a wood, 135 
(15) 

Setters, 117 (3541 

Smugglers, 136 (38) 

Sport^men, with dogs, 146 (109) 

Thief, The, 194 (93) 

Travellers : Forest scene, with a 
group of gip?ies, 117 im) 

Two dogs, 146 (108) 

Weary sportsman, 117 (353) 

Winter: Alehouse door, 117 (343) 

Winter: Cattle, 117 (361) 

Winter fodder, 124 (113) 

Winter: Skating, 117 (355) 

Wrecker;, 117 (340) 
sod Rathbone, J. 

Hilly lake scene, 117 (363) 
Norland. H. 

Boy, in brown coat, holding a guinea 
pig, 146 (ill) 
Morris, C. 

Highland sheep, 155 (62) 
Bortimer, J. H. 

Lear and Cordelia, 194 (83) 
Il08t«ert, School o(. 

A triptych, 79 (141) 

■ostyn, Tom. 

Golden eventide, 155 (30) 
HoQcheroD, . 

Classical ruins, with a garland of 
flowers ; and Peasant woman, with 
sheep and goats, 79 (130) 
HaUer, R. 

George Morland. in brown coat, 
holding a drawing in his left hand 
and a crayon in hii right, 117 

(36^) 
Knller, W. 

I'inding of Moses, 153 (154) 

Tivoli, 126 (54) 
Hnlready, W.. B.A. 

Pog of two minds, 101 (59) 

Dorothea, 47 (1430) 

Forgotten word, Tlie, 1^.8 (77) 

Xews-veudors, 124 (152) 

" The last in." 124 (139) 

Travelling druggist, loi (59) 
Mankaesy, H. do. 

Calvary, 137 (103) 
UdiUIo. B. E. 

Feast at Cana, 137 (59) 

Fij^es at • repast, in a Uodicape, 

147 (IJ2) 



Nativity, Tlie : the Virgin and Saint 
Joseph adoring the Infant Saviour, 
147 (133) 

after. 

Holy Family, The, 123 (39) 
Infant Saint John, loi (82) 
Mjrtens, J. 

Lady, wearing black dress with lace 
collar, 123 (80) 



N 



MAIN. A. L., AND M. LE. 

Peasant family, 139 (99) 

Peasant woman and her children, X47 

(134) 
Nash, J. 

Lincoln Cathedral, 92 (275) 
Nasmyth, Alexander. 

River scene, with buildings, 12+ (109) 
Woody landscape, with cottage, 

shepherd, and sheep, 124 (no) 
Woody landscape, with figures and 

sheep, 187 (52) 
Nasmyth, Patrick. 

Greenwich from the park, 76 (6r) 
Hampstead looking towards Harrow, 

View from, 194 (94) 
Woody landscape, with figures in the 

foreground, 126 (55) 

School of. 

Landscape, with a pool, and three- 

I>easants near a sandy bank, 49 

(1+75) 
V.'oody landscape, with two figures- 

on a road, 188 (96) 
Nat, W. Van der. 

Milking-time, 62 (52) 
Nattier, J. M. 

Fleury, Cardinal, 147 (135) 
Neefs, P. 

Interior of a cathedral, with figures, 

123 (42) 143 (43) 
Interior of a cathedral, with figures, 

by F. Francks, 139 (100, loi) 
Interior of a cathedral, with figures 

tiefore an altar, 131 (213) 
Terrace of a palace, with figurfs 

conversing ia the foreground, 78- 

(ii9> 
Vestibule of a palace, i88 (92) 
Neer, A. Tan der. 

Amsterdam, Canal scene, 140 (103) 
Frozen river scene, 144 (54) 
Moonlight scene, 139 (102), 144 (53), 

78 (97), 143 (50) 
Sunset : A river scene, 144 (j2) 



Pictures 



INDEX. 



245 



Town on a river, with figures in the 
foreground, 169 (96) 

Winter scene : Daylight, 143 (49) 

Winter scene : View of flooded 
country, 143 (51) 
Mehlig, V. 

La Sorcitre, 124 (140) 
Retseber, C. 

Jupiter and Calisto, 49 (1490) 

Gentleman, in brown dress and red 
cloak, 143 (46) 
alter. 

Musical party, 194 (92) 
Nettleship, J. T. 

A tig'-r, 49 (1469) 
Neumans, A. 

Cavaliers playing cards, 153 (270) 
Nicholson, F. 

Cascade, near Porthluyd, 92 (276) 

Dripping rock at Knaresborough, 92 

Nicholson, W. 

End of the Morris dance, 58 (5O) 

Morris dancer, 5S (57) 

Hawking, 58 (55) 

Seascape, 58 (62) 
Nieol, Erskine, A.R.A. 

Irish cabin, An, 188 (79) 
ffiemann, E. J. 

Cadcr Idris and Dolgelly ; and i 
Carisbrook, 168 (84) 
Nittis, G. de. 

Return from the ball, 47 (1434) 
nxon, J. 

Dorchester : The assize-time, 92 (278) 

Douglas, Ellen, and Fitz-james, 91 
(252) 

Margate, 92 (279) 
Noble, Robert. 

At the sluice, 62 (53) 
Nollekens, J. F. 

Boys in masquerade costumes ; 
Carving : and Painting, 136 (16) 
Northcote, J., R.A. 

Descent from the Cross, 92 (280) 

Domestic happiness, 91 (250) 
Norwich School. 

Forest scene, with a cottage ; and 
River scene, with a windmill, 49 
(1476) 
Noter, David de. 

Sealing the letter, 136 (17) 
Novo, Stelano. 

Venetian courtship, 103 (147) 

o 

OAKES, J. W., A.R.A. 

Nant Ffrancon, North Wales, 62 (54) 
Oehtervelt, J. 

Courtyard of a chateau, 144 (55) 
Interview, The, 173 (68) 



O'Connor, J. A. 

River scene, with bathers ; and 
River scene, with boats, 153 (271) 
Ommeganck, B. P. 

Woody stream, with pastoral figures 
and animals, 5S (74) 
O'Neil, H., A.R.A. 

Abingdon, St. Nicholas's Church : 
and Winchester, The Penthouse 
and Cross, 92 (281) 
O'Neill, G. B. 

Story-book, The, 155 (27) 
Windfalls, The, 120 (56) 
Opie, J., R.A. 

Hale, Mrs., of Clifton, in black dress, 

174 (94) 
Youth and Age, 77 (70) 

a'ter. 

Opie, Mrs., iu white rlress with large 
hat trimmed with white feathers, 
49 (1485) 
Opiz, G. 

Gourmands, The ; Harmony ; and 

Perfumer, 92 (283) 
National studies, 92 (282) 
Orizonte. 

Dog and dead game, 100 (53) 

Hilly landscape, with classical figures 

in the foreground, 140 (104) 
Woody landscape, with women wash- 
ing clothes at a stream, 100 (53) 
Orme, D., after Brown, Mather. 

Cornwallis, Marqui-, recei\ing the 
sons of Tippoo Saib as hostage?, 
64 (134) 
Ostade, A. van. 

Boers, seated at a table, 178 (244) 
Exterior of an inn, 123 (53), 144 (56) 
Interior of an inn, 140 (105) 
Interior of a bam, 144 (59), 151 (214) 
Interior of a Dutch cottage, 169 U02), 

144 (58) 
Peasant reading, 7O (57) 
Peasant woman, in black bodice, 144 

(57) 
Schoolmaster, The, 174 (91) 
Smokers, 140 (106) 
Owen, S. 

Boats and figures by a jetty, 93 (286) 
Shipping in a breeze, 92 (288) 
Ouwater, School of. 

Madonna and Child enthroned with 
Saints, 150 (189) 

P 
PADOVANINO, A. V. 

Mercury, \'enus, and Cupid, at the 
throne of Jupiter, 151 (215) 
Palamedes, A. 

Cavalier, in buS doublet with slashed 
sleeves, 75 (25) 

17 



246 



INDEX. 



Pictures 



Due de Beaufort, in breastplate, 3157 

(III) 
Interior of a guard-room ; and In- 
terior, with cavaliers and ladies 
merry-making, 77 (82) 
Musical party, 144 (60), 178 (241) 
Palmezzano, Marco. 

Madonna and Child, 140 (167) 
Palthe, G. J. 

Boys with a candle ; and Mischievous 
boy, 140 (107) 
Pannini, Francesco. 

Rome, St. Peter's, Interior of, 92 | 

(284) 
Entrance to the N'atican, 92 (285) 
Pannini, P. 

Roman ruin=, 147 (168) 
Parmigiano. 

Madonna and Child, 149 (169) 
Venus and the Graces bathing, 50 
(1504) 
Pasture, Roger de la. 

Crucifixion. The, with the three 
Marys and Saint John at the foot 
of the Cross, 137 (44) 
Patel, P. 

Italian landscape, with ruins of a 
classical temple, 151 (216) 
Pater, J. B. 

Fete Champetre, 136 (18) 
Patinir, J. 

.Adoration of the Magi, 194 (95) 
Paton, Frank. 

■■ After him ! " ; " Poor bunny " ; 
" Something moved " : set of three 
in one frame, 170 (145) 
Declaration of war, 170 (144) 
Drawing covert and Returning 

home, 175 (140) 
Great expectations, 170 (143) 
Keeper's home, The, 175 (139) 
Paul, Sir J. Dean. 

Park scene, 94 (330) 

Hadleigh, 171 (5) 

Old Lambeth Palace, 123 (103) 

Saddle-horse outside a stable, 117 

(363) 
Town on a river, with bridge and 
boats, 189 (124) 
Pavy, Ph. 

On the balcony, 155 (48) 
Payne, W. 

River scene, with fisherman, 92 (286) 
Pearson, C. 

Loch Katrine ; Scene on the Conway ; 
Roslyn Castle ; and Lawes Water, 
Westmoreland, 92 (287) 
Peel, J. 

Devonhsire, View in, 102 (99) 



Peploe, S. J. 

Still life, 5S (59) 
Percy, S. R. 

Clearing up after rain, 62 (55) 

Loch Do'-hart, 60 (13^) 

Rugged past'ires, 155 (66) 
Perugini, C. E. 

Pair of friends, 59 (107) 
Perugino, School of. 

Madonna and Child, with Saint John, 
171 (6) 

Pesne, A. 

Nobleman, in blue dre;s, 137 (50) 
Peter, W. 

Turkeys and pigeons in a shed, 78 
(103) 
Philips, C. 

Hayman, Francis, seated at work 
before an easel, 78 (96) 
Philips, Herman. 

Contemplation, 188 (80) 
Phillipoteau, F. 

Study for the picture of " Quatre 
Br.is," 103 (148) 
Piazzetta, J. B. 

Christ and the woman of Samaria, 151 
(217) 
Pickering, H. 

Batt, John Thomas, Esq., junior, 
when a boy, 170 (146) 
Pickersgill, F. R., R.A. 

Scenes from " Comus," loi (8i) 
Happy days, 154 (11) 
Pine, R. Edge. 

Italian landscape, with peasant 

woman and animals, 168 (91) 
Garrick, David, in green coat, 49 

(1487) 
George II, Portrait of, iGS (91) 
Piot, A. 

Bird's-nest, 157 (104) 
Pissarro, C. 

Farm stream, The, 59 (108) 
Poeock, N. 

River scene, with cattle, 92 (289) 
Shipping at anchor, 92 (288) 
Poelenburgh, C. van. 

Landscape, with ruins, 144 (61) 
Toilet of Venus, 126 (57) 
PoUard, J. 

Dover Royal Mail passing a mansion, 

175(141) 
George IV going to Ascot, 117 

(364) 
London and Edinburgh coach, 175 

(142) 
Poole, P. F., R.A. 

Approaching footsteps, 126 (58) 
At the spring, 154 (") 
Recruit, The, 154 (12) 



Pictures 



INDEX. 



■247 



Pope, A. 

Ducie, Lady Frances, daughter of 
the first Earl of Carnarvon, 92 
(290) 
Pope, J. 

Prayer of faith, The, 157 (105) 
Porter, Sir R. Ker. 

George IV landing at Leith, 92 (291) 

after, by P. J. de Loutherbourgh, 

R.A. 

An incident on the road, 92 (291A) 
Portuguese School. 

Portrait of a dwarf, 123 (76) 
Pouncey, B. T. 

Margate, Dandelion gateway near, 
93 (-92) 
Poussin, N. 

Birth of Bacchus, 123 (88) 

Testament of Eudamidas, 174 (86) 
Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A. 

Ionian dance, 157 (106) 
Prades, A. de. 

Portsmouth Royal Mail, 175 (143) 
Priestman, Bertram. 

Willovved stream, 155 (40) 
Pritchett, E. 

Venice, Entrance to the Grand 
Canal, 170 (147) 
Provis, A. 

" Sit up, Sir " 158 (139) 
Prowett, J. C. 

Farm near Cambuscarron, 6: 
Pynaker, A. 

Woody river, 144 (62) 
Pyne, G. 

Oxford, High Street, 92 (286) 
Pyne, J. B. 

Beating to windward, 155 (28) 

Cumberland : A lake scene, 47 (1428) 

Heidelberg, on the Neckar, 189 (125) 

Mill stream, 167 (26) 

Mountainous landscape, with sheep, 
62 (57) 

Nottingham, Near, 153 (272) 

Rocky landscape, with buildings and 
figures in the foreground, 124 (131) 
Pyne. W. H. 

Hilly landscape, 92 (291A) 

O'Rourke, Martin, 91 (259) 

Whistling Dalmahoy, 91 (259) 



Q 



QUADRONE, G. 

Sportsman, The, 126 (59) 
Quast, P. 

Village scene, with peasants merry- 
making, 195 (132) 



(56) 



R 



RADCLYFFE, C. W. 

Old footbridge, Ravenshaw, Solihull , 

58 {72) 

Radford. James, 

Windsor Park, 47 (1435) 
Rademacker, A. 

Diana and nymphs bathins; ; and 
Gardens of a mansion, 93 (293) 

Town on a river, 93 (312) 
Raeburn, Sir H., R.A. 

Baillie, John, Esq., 169 (103) 

Moir, Mrs., of Leckie, 79 (134) 
after, by Miss A. Sutherland. 

Lauzun, Mrs., 50 (1502) 
Ramberg, H. 

Classical subjects, 91 (234) 
Ramsay, Allan. 

Coyley, John, Esq., of Glasgow, in 
grey coat, 173 (83) 

West, Mrs., in brown dress trimmed 
with fur, 169 (92) 
Raphael. 

Virgin and Child, 149 (170) 
after. 

Madonna of Francis I, The, 140 (108) 

Transfiguration, The, 194 (96) 
Ratbbone, J. 

Lake Windermere, 102 (98) 
and Norland, J.G. 

Hilly lake scene, 117 (365) 
Ravesteyn, J. van. 

Gentleman, in black dress, 157 (112) 
Rees, John. 

The Thames, near Wargrave, 168 
(fi7) 

Reeves, Claude. 

Rabbiting, 189 (126) 
Reggiannii, V. 

Song of love, 189 (127) 
Reid, Andrew. 

Renfrewshire by-way. A, 62 (58) 
Reid, J. R. 

Bay scene, with boat and fisherfolk, 

189(129) 
Ofi the Cornish coast, 189 (128) 
Reidel, A. (Rome). 

Cupid and Psyche, 126 (60) 
Reinagle, P., R.A. 

English setter with a spcrtsman, 117 

(368) 
Water spaniel, with a kingfisher, 117 
(367) 

and Gilpin, S., R.A. 

Thornton, Colonel, of Thornville 
Royal, Yorkshire, 117 (366) 
Reinagle, R. R., R.A. 

Morning; and Evening, 126 (61) 



INDEX. 



Pictures 



Bcmbrandt van Rhyn, after. 

Rabbi, A, loi (82) 

School of. 

Head of an old man, with turban ; 
and Head of an old man, with black 
cap, 77 (71) 
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, P.R.A. 

Bunbury, Sir T. Charles, Bart., 117 

(369) 
Fletcher, Sir Robert, in scarlet 

military uniform, 146 (114) 
Head of an old man, with dark coat 

and yellow vest, 169 (101) 
Johnson, Dr. Samuel, Head of, 146 

(115) 
Lady, in white decollete dress, 146 

(113) 
Young girl, in white dress, 146 (112) 

after, by G. H. Harlow. 

Bertie, Lady Barbara, in white decol- 
lete dress, 100 (54) 

• after. 

AngeUca Kaufiman, 167 (28) 
Angels' heads, 193 (64) 
Boy holding a book, 167 (29) 
Chambers, Sir William, R.A., 136 

(35) 
Gallwey, Mrs. Payne, 173 (65) 
Guiseppe Marchi, 173 (64) 
Herbert, Lady Elizabeth, and child, 

167 {30) 
Hope nursing love, 7y (26) 
Johnson, Dr., Head of, 194 (97) 
Lady, in yellow dres?, 167 (29) 
Laughing girl. The, 167 (27) 
Venus and the piping bov, loi 
(82) 

School of. 

Erskine, Hon. Thomas, 174 (109) 
Sterne's Maria, 76 (60) 
Rhenish School, South. 

Christ before Pilate ; and The En- 
tombment, 194 (lOl) 
Ribera, Jan. 

A Saint, 78 (109) 
Ricei, S. 

Vision of Saint Anthony, 151 (218) 
Riehardson, J. 

An artist holding a crayon, 172 (4 1) 
Riehmond, G., R.A. 

Cumberland, Duchess of, 93 (294) 
Rigand, S. F. 

Ajax and Hector, 89 (182) 
Riley, J. 

Shaftesbury, Earl of, in buff coat and 
flowing hair, 75 (27) 
Rinaldi, J. 

Miser, The, 188 (74) 
Ring, P. de. 

Fruit and flowers, 174 (107) 



Riviere, Briton, R.A. 

At bay, 64 (130) 
Bath, The, 126 (62) 
Robert, H. 

Classical bay scene, with buildings 

and figures, 75 (28) 
Classical landscapes, with buildings 

and figures, 78 (115) 
Classical ruins, with staircases and 

figvires, 136 (19) 
Classical ruins, with figures, 173 (72) 
Roman ruins, 147 (136) 
Roberts, D., R.A. 

Interior of a cathedral, 147 (116) 
Venice, View of, 194 (98) 
Robertson, H. R. 

" .\nd the mowers whets his scythe, 
And the milkmaid singeth blithe." 
L' Allegro, 60 (134) 
Robertson, Tom. 

Venice, On the Lagoons, 157 (126) 
Robertson, W. Graham. 

Christmas rose, 48 (145S) 
Robins, T. S. 

Fishing boats in a breeze ; and View 
of the Needles, Isle of Wight, 93 
(295) 
Louis Phillipe's visit to Queen Vic- 
toria, 93 (297) 
Shipping, 91 (244) 
Shipping in a squall, 93 (296) 
Roelofs, W. 

Ducks alarmed, 155 (53) 

Dutch landscape, with two black and 

white cows, 62 (59) 
Stream, with cattle, 62 (60) 
RoUe, H. L. 

Fresh-water fish, loi (87) 
Romanelli. 

Bacchanahan boys sportiag with a 
goat, 65 (142) 
Romney, George. 

Dance, Nathaniel, R.A., 147 (117) 
Newland, A., Esq., Governor of the 
Bank of England, 195 (121) 
Roqueplan, C. J. E. 

Love-sick lion, The ; and Mother 
and chUd, 168 (82) 
Rosa, Salvator. 

Bishop, in episcopal robes, 149 

(171) 
Ec^e Homo, 151 (220) 
Italian river scenes, with figures : aad 
Landscapes, with buildings, 93 
(298) 
Ravine, with banditti ; and Rocky 

gorge, with angler, 151 (2r9) 
Soldiers in combat, 151 (220) 
Rowe, S. G. 

Hampstead Heath, 129 (157) 



Pictures 



INDEX. 



249 



Bnbens, F. 

Venice, a side cana), 59 (no) 

Venice, On the Lagune, 59 (109) 
Svbens, Sir Peter PauL 

Achilles at the Court of Lycomedes, 
124 (115) 

Fourment, Helena, Head of, 196 
(137) 

Saint George slaying the dragon, 
172 (35) 
Sehool of. 

Charity : the Madonna, with numerous 
infant?, 195 (129) 

Warriors in combat, 151 (221) 

Vertumnus and Pomona, 174 (98) 

Virgin and Child, with Saints, 100 
(49) 

Warriors, 152 (222) 
BlSseU, J., R.A. 

Brown, Mrs., holding a baby on her 
lap, 78 (120) 

Clarke, Rev. Thomas, D.D., 78 (121) 
Bnysch, Bachel. 

Flower*, in sculptured vases, 79 (129) 
Biysdael, J. van. 

Bleaching ground. A, 144 (64) 

Rocky waterfall, a castle on a height 
to the left, 144 (63) 
Biysdael, S. van. 

On the road to Haarlem, 144 (65) 

River scene, 140 (109) 

River scene, with fishermen, 140 (no) 

Wide river, 144 (66) 
Byek, Cornelius de. 

Poultry and pigeons, 77 (72) 
Byckaert, D. 

Interior of a tavern, 140 (in) 
Byckaert, Martin. 

Rocky river scene, with the flight 
into Egypt, 77 (83) 
Byder, Lady IsobeL 

Portrait of " Morion,'' 48 (1447) 



SACCHI, ASDREA. 

Mystic marriage of St. Catherine, 50 
(1497) 
Sadee, Ph. 

Schereningen, after the departure of 
of the fishing boats, 153 (273) 
Samuel 6. 

Haddon Hall ; Fishing boats in a 
breeze ; and A pike pool, 93 (299) 
Bandby, Paul, R.A. 

Hilly river scenes, with market 
igwes, 93 (301) 



Nottingham about 1760, 123 (97) 
River scene, with boat and anglers: 
and Woody river scene, with milk- 
maid, 93 (300) 
Sant, James, R.A. 

Meditation, 47 (1436) 
Santerre, J. B. 

Meditation, 65 (143) 
Sargent, Louis. 

Basaltic shore : Trevail Cove, Corn- 
wall, 48 (1450) 
Sarto, Andrea del. 

Madonna and ChUd, 149 (173) 

School of. 

Beheading of Saint John the Baptist, 
149 (174) 
Sartorius, F. 

Coaching scene, 137 (53) 

" Eclipse," with jockey up, 118 (370) 

" Fhimpkin," with jockey up, 118 

(370) 
Racehorse, with jockey up, 137 (53) 
Sartorius, J. N. 

Coursing scenes, set of four, 118 

(372) 
Craven Meeting, March 25, 1799, Il8 

(373) 
" Miss Coiner," with jockey up, 118 

(375) 
" Smolensko " : a hunter in a land- 
scape, 118 (377) 
" Sophia," with jockey up, 118 

(374) 
Stag-hunting : Huntsmen and hounds 

in full cry, 118 (371) 
" The Darley Arabian," in a paddock, 
118 (376) 
Sassoterrato. 

Adoration of the Shepherds, 148 

(iji) 
Madonna and Child, 148 (150) 
Sanvage, P. 

Picture book. The, 158 (143) 
Lighting the fire, 158 (142) 
Scandrett, T. 

Tomb of Robert Dudley, 93 (308) 
Schaleken, G. 

Girl at a window ; and Two boors 
conversing, 140 (112) 
Scbendel, P. van. 

Opening of the tomb, The, 196 
(143) 
Scherrewitz, J. 

Changing pasture, 62 (64) 
Dutch pastures, 155 (67) 
Going to market, 62 (62) 
Milking-time, 62 (61) 
Spring-time, 62 (63) 
Sehiavone, A. 

Birth of Saint John, 149 (175) 



250 



INDEX. 



Pictures 



Meeting of Abraham and Melchisedek, 

149 (176) 
Repose of the Holv Family, 140 
(113) 
Schidone, Bartolommeo. 

Holy Family with the infant Saint 
John, 152 (223) 
Setaloesser, Carl. 

Incorrigible, The, 64 (115) 

La Colonetta di Sta Rosalia, near 

Palermo, 64 (116) 
Moliere and Laforet, 64 (114) 
Refectory, The, 58 (52) 

after Vermeer. 

Studio of \'ermeer, 58 (53) 
Schouten, H. van. 

Barge horses ; and Cattle in a pasture, 

102 (104) 
Harvest-time, i68 (63) 
Horses returning from work ; and 

Poultry, 102 (102) 
Sheep in a barn, 168 (65) 
Sheep on the dunes, 127 (98) 
Tending the flock, 128 (99), 168 (66) 
Schutz, F. 

Woody river scene, with bridge, 
castle, and figures, 152 (224) 
Scorel, School of. 

Gentleman, in green cape, edged with 
fur, 152 (225) 

Seott, Samuel. 

St. Paul's Cathedral from the river, 
with State barge and other boats, 
147(118) 
Seel, A. 

Moorish sentinel, 58 (50) 
Seghers, D. 

Garland of flowers, surrounding 
portrait of a lady, 173 (63) 
Seller, C. 

In the studio, 126 (63) 
Sell, Ch. 

Episode in the Franco-German war, 

103 (149) 

Sellaio, Jacopo del. | 

Judgment of Paris, 76 (48) i 

Serin, H. I 

Wybo, John, Procurator-General of | 

Holland, and his wife, 77 (75) | 

Serres, D., B.A. I 

At the Nore, 93 (302) | 

Craigmillar Castle, near Edinburgh, | 

93 (303) 
H.M.S. " Monsieur," off Malta, 124 I 
(114) I 

Plymouth. View ofi ; and Ports- | 
mouth, 93 (302) 
Serres, J. T. 

H.M.S. "Clyde" off St. Malo, 
destroying H.M.S. " Jason," 1801, 
174(112) 



Jones', Paul, action off Flamborough 
Head, 123 (87) 
Seymour, J. 

Celebrated chaise match against time, 

118 (378) 
Hunter ridden by a groom, 118 (380) 
Hunting scene: Huntsmen and hounds 

before the kennels, 118 (379) 
Huntsman riding with hounds, 116 

(383) 
Old Weighing-house, Newmarket, 118 

(382) 
Stable interior : Two horses, with a 
groom and dog, 118 (381) 
Sharpe, C. B. 

Campbell, Lady Charlotte, 93 (304) 
Sharpe, Louisa. 

Angel appearing to the Shepherds ; 
and Jacob's dream, 93 (305) 
Shayer, Chas. 

Outside the Swan Inn, 175 (144) 
Farm stream, with cattle, 168 (69) 
Gipsies resting, 153 (274) 
Gomg to the fair : Village scene, with 

figures and horses, 118 (384) 
In full cry, 48 (1464) 
Timber carter's team, The, 178 (258) 
Sheffer, Henri. 

Grandfather's visit, loi (76) 
Sbelley, S. 

Adam and Eve ; and " The Lady " : 
Milton's " Comus," 93 (306) 
Sienese School. 

A Pieta : The Virgin, in red and blue 
dress, with the dead Christ, 76 
(49) 
Signorini, J. 

Florence, Views of, 76 (50) 
Simpson, Joseph. 

Lady eating strawberries, 157 (127) 
Sims, Charles, A.R.A. 

On the seashore, 156 (80) 
Singleton, H., R.A. 

The fortune-teller, 123 (73) 

after. 

Jack ashore, 194 (87) 
Sirani, Elisabetta. 

Lady holding a book, 171 (2) 
Smirke, R., R.A. 

Purveyor, The, 91 (245) 
Smith, H. Bellingham. 

Over tlie hills, 64 (119) 
Smith, J. 

Bologna, Palazzo Publico at ; and 
Tomb of the Plantian family, 93 
(307) 
Smith, T. 

Views of the Wythburnwater ; and 
On the Tees, 122 (19) 
Smyth, T. 

" Silvertail," in a paddock, 118 (385) 



Pictures 



INDEX. 



251 



Smythe, L. P., R.A. 

Blossom ill a vase, 188 (81) 
Snyders, F. 

Wolf hunt, A, 196 (153) 
Soane, Sir J., R.A. 

Entrance to the tomb of a hero, 93 
(308) 
Solario, A. 

Madonna and Child, with St. Anne, 
149 (172) 
Solomon, B. 

Lion and the lamb, 155 (5S) 
Solomon, Simeon. 

Mercury, iSS (q;) 
Solomon, Solomon, J., R.A. 

Study of a man's head, loi (79) 
Sorgh, H. M. 

Interior, 144 (67) 

Interior, with peasant family at a 
repast, 78 (99) 
Spanish School. 

Seaport scene, with figures in the 
foreground, 123 (22) 
Stanfleld, Clarkson, R.A. 
Fishing boats, 153 (275) 
Isle of Dogs, with Greenwich Hospital 

in the distance, 126 (6+) 
Italian coast scene, 170 (14S) 
Stannard, J. 

View on a river, with barges, 49 
(1477) 
Stark, J. 

Landscape : Two peasants with a 
donkey on a sandy road, 147 (119) 
Steelink, W. 

Flock of sheep, 62 (65) 
Steen, Jan. 

An interior, 144 (68) 
Brawl in a tavern, 144 (69) 
Interior, with two cavaliers and a 

lady seated, 79 (128) 
Musical party, 144 (70) 
Sleeping lady. The, 173 (60) 
Smoker, A, 144 (71) 
Wedding party. The, 140 (114) 
Steenwyck, H. 

Interior of a cathedral, with priests 
and other figures, 173 (79) 
Steenwyck, N. 

Still life : An assemblage of trophies, 
with a print of Charles I, 50 (1500) 
StepbanofF, F. P. 

Anthony and Cleopatra ; and Death 

of King John, 93 (309) 
Scenes from " Henry IV," " King 
John," ■' Much ado about nothing," 

93 (310) 
Induction to " The Taming of the 
Shrew " ; and " Romeo and 
Juliet," 93 (311) 



Stevenson, Macaulay. 

Moonlight, 62 (66) 
Stone, H. 

Charles I and Henrietta Maria, 194 
(99) 
Stone, Marcus, R.A. 

Shepherdess and sheep, 60 (135) 
Stoop, Dirk. 

Farrier, The : Landscape, with horse- 
men and figures before . forge, 144 
(72) 
Storck, A. 

Amsterdam, View off, 93 (312) 
River scenes, with men-of-war and 
other boats, 144 (73) 
Stotbard, T., R.A. 

An illustration to " Macbeth," 93 

(313) 
Angels' heads ; and Revelation of 
Saint John, 194 (100) 
Streek, J. van. 

Blue and white dish of fruit, 75 
(^9) 
Stiozzi, Zanobi di Benedetto. 
The Crucifixion, 76 (51) 
Stry, Abraham van. 

Season?, The, 136 (20) 
Stry, J. van. 

Banks of a river, with cattle and 

figures, 136 (21) 
Peasant, with a bull ; and Travelling 
peasants and animals, 93 (314) 
Stubbs, G., R.A. 

" Bay Arab," in a woody landscape, 

"9 (398) 
Combat, The, 119 (402) 
East view of the riding school at 

at Welbeck Abbey, 119 (397) 
" Eclispse " : a spirited sketch from 

life of the famous racehorse, 119 

(399) 
" Eclipse," in a landscape, with Mr. 

Wildman and his sons, 118 (390) 
Farmer's wife and the raven, The, 

119 (401) 
" Gimcrack," with jockey up, in a 

landscape, 118 (391) 
Hastings, Warren, on horseback, 119 

(406) 
" Havannah," in a landscape, 119 

(+04) 
Haymakers, 118 (387, 394) 
Hay carting, 119 (395) 
Horse attacked by a lion 119 (400, 

411) 
" Hunter " and " Arabian," in a 

landscape, near a tall tree, with a 

white curly dog, ii3 (393) 
" Jupiter," with a mare near a shed, 

118 (392) 



252 



INDEX. 



Pictures 



Labourers : Four peasants enjoying 
a gossip after unloading a brick- 
cart, ii8 (386) 

" Mameluke," the Duke of Cumber- 
land's charger, ridden by a groom, 
119 (403) 

Panther, A (an enamel painting), 120 
(412) 

Partridge shooting, 119 (405) 

" Phyllis " : A pointer, the property 
of Lord Claremont, 119 (407) 

Pointer, A, in Roman mosaic, 120 
(412) 

Portraits of " Fanny," 119 (408) 

Prince of Wales's park hack on the 
banks of the Serpentine, 119 (396) 

Reapers, The, 118 (3S8) 

Saltonstall, Isabella, aged 16, in the 
character of " Una," 119 (409) 

" Shark," in a landscape, with Mr. 
Price, his trainer, 118 (389) 

Spaniel, A, the property, of Miss 
Long, of Langley Hall, Berks, 119 
(410) 
Sostermans, J. 

Head of a lady ; and The Watering- 
place, 62 (67) 

Knight of Santiago, 145 (74) 

Lady, in black dres?, 145 (75) 
Sutherland, Miss A., after Sir H. Raeburn. 

Portrait of Mrs. Lauzun, 50 {1502) 
Swaine, F. 

Shipping at anchor ; and Men-of-war 
ofi a fort, 93 (315) 
Swift, Kate. 

Winding the skein, 136 (22) 
Swinburne, Julia, after, by J. Linnell. 

Death of Absolom, 100 (57) 
after J. M. W. Turner, R.A. 

Mercury and Herse, loi (60) 
Sworn, A. P. 

Still life, 57 (27) 
Syer, J,, Junr. 

Windsor Castle from the backwater, 
64 (118) 



TASSI, A. 

Calling of Barnabas ; and Queen of 
Sheba before .Solomon, 171 (7) 
Tayler, A. Cbevallier. 

Hall of of the Manor House, Hitchin, 
48 (1453) 
Taylor, C. 

Dover, Views off, 94 (319) ' 



Entrance to Portsmouth harbour ; 

Fishing boats near a lighthouse ; 

and Hastings trawl-boats off Beachy 

Head, 93 (318) 
Oyster dredgers in Pevensey Bay, 

93 (3if>) 
Sea-pieces, with fishing boats ; and 
Fishing boats near the entrance to 
a harbour, 93 (317) 
Taylor, J. 

Bettws-y-Coed, The Church Pool ; 
and Landscape, with a village and 
two figures, 153 (276) 
Taylor, R. 

Doctor, The, 94 (320) 
Teniers, D. 

.Alchemist, The, 145 (77) 

.\n incantation scene, 196 (149) 

Boors before a cottage : Moonlight, 

140(117) 
Concert, The, 145 (76) 
Festive boors : Three peasants 
smoking and drinking near a 
barrelled table, 140 (115) 
Figures before a cottage, 194 (102) 
Landscape, 140 (116) 
Landscape, with figures, 194 (102) 
Peasants merry-making in the court- 
yard of an inn, 173 (74) 

after. 

Monkey barbers, The, 123 (54) 
Tenkate, H. 

Reading the news, loi (75, 86) 
Tenniel, Sir John. 

Home defence : A cartoon for 
" Punch," 1900, 94 (321) 
Terburg, Constantino. 

Lady peeling an apple, 140 (118) 
Terburg, G., after. 

Despatch, The, 126 (57) 
Tesson, L. 

Market place in .\lgieri, 60 (136) 
Thomas, Grosvenor. 

Bowl of flowers, 157 (130) 
Farmstead, A, 62 (68) 
Mill stream, 157 (129) 
Old miU, 157 (128) 
Thomson, H., R.A. 

Country girl, .\, 173 (80) 
ThornhiU, Sir James. 

Two panels, emblematic of Britannia, 
mounted as doors to an cbonised 
case, 194 (103) 
Thors, J. 

Landscape, with children and flock 

of sheep, 58 (73) 
Sandy road, with peasaats driving 
sheep, 167 (32) 
Tiepolo, G. B. 

Adoration of the Shepherds, 76 (64) 



Pictures 



INDEX. 



253 



Archway, with Saints, 149 (i7g) 
Saint Augustine celebrating Mass, 

149 (177) 
Saint John preaching, 149 (178) 
The Ascension, design for a ceiling 

in a quatrefoU panel, 76 (65) 
Descent from the Cross, 76 (64) 
Tilborch, G. van. 

Courtyard of a castle, 140 (119) 
Marriage feast, 79 (124) 
Village feast, 140 (120) 
Tillemaos, J. 

Mountainous river scene, with cava- 
lier and figures, 136 (39) 
Tillemans, P. 

Kingston, Duke of, trying young 
pointers, 120 (413) 
Tintoretto, II. 

Antonio Zautani, in yellow dress, 150 

(180) 
Venetian Senator, 137 (56) 
Tissott, J. J. 

Un Souper sous le Directoire, 57 
(16) 
Tittan. 

The Holy Family, with Saint John, 
in a landscape, 50 (1494) 
lobar, Don Alonso de. 

Good Shepherd, The, 147 (137) 
Toeque, J. L. 

Marie Leczinska, in rich robes, 65 
(144) 
Tol, D. van. 

Old lady, reading a book, 140 (121) 
Philosopher, sharpening a quill pen, 

140 (121) 
Woman at a window : Lamplight, 145 
(78) 
Tomkins, P. W. 

" He sleeps," 94 (322) 
Village schoolmistress, 94 (322) 
ToDge, Robert. 

Bhenn Mohroin, Arran, 62 (69) 
ToornTliet, James. 

Studio, with an artist painting from 
life, 140 (122) 
Torrentlus, J. 

StUl life, 173 (77) 
Torriglia, G. B. (Florence). 

Proposal, The, 190 (130) 
Towne, C. 

Bulls fighting, 120 (414) 
Farm cart, with horses and a sleeping 
peasant ; The ford ; and A farm- 
yard, 79 (142) 
Girl driving two cows, 92 (261) 
Horses in a park, 120 (414) 
Peasants and horses, 91 (248) 
Tracy, Charles D. 

The wave, 155 (69) 



Trood, W. H,. 

The intruder, 65 (145) 
Troy, F. de. 

Lady, in blue dress, witli red scarf, 
i4 7 (13S) 
Troyon, C. 

Duck pond, 155 (53) 
Turner, C. 

Portrait of J. M. W. Turner, R.A., 
94 (334) 

Turner, Daniel. 

Hyde Park, 123 (47) 
Turner, F. C. 

In full cry, 175 (145) 

Jumping the brook, 175 (146) 
Turner, J. M. W., R.A. 

Basaltic rocks near Edinburgh, 94 
(3-33) 
alter. 

View on the Adriatic : Sunset, 153 
(255) 
by Julia Swinburne. 

Mercury and Herse, loi (60) 



u 

UDEN, L. VAN. 

Woody landscape, with cattlerand 
figures before a mansion, 78 (117) 
Ugolino School. 

Saint Francis and Saint John, 152 
(226) 



VALAPERTA, F. 

Marguerite and Mephistopheles in 
the cathedral, 153 (277) 
Valentin!, V. (Florence). 

Darby and Joan, 170 (149) 
Valkenboreh, D. 

Dead game, and a sporting gun in a 
landscape, 50 (1498) 
Varley, J. 

Bamborough Castle, 187 (53) 
Coniston Water, 193 (65) 
Highland lake scene, 187 (54) 
London, Distant view of, 187 {55) 
Velasquez, School of. 

Ferdinand H de Medicis, Grand Duke 

of Etruria, 190 (137) 
Lady, in black dress and head-dress, 
152 (227) 
Velde, A. van de. 

Cattle and sheep in a landscape, 
145 (84) 



254 



INDEX. 



Pictures 



Velde, Jan van de. 

Glass of wine, aud a lemon, on a 
table, 78 (105) 
Velde, W. van de. 

Bay scene, with men-of-war and 

shipping, roi (61) 
Fishing boats becalmed, 152 (228) 
Frozen river scene, with buildings 

and figures, 136 (42) 
Storm : View ofi a rocky coast, with 

boats, 145 (85) 
Two fishing boats in a light breeze, 
sailing vessels on the left, 76 (66) 
Velten, H. 

Attack. The, 168 (80) 
Horse fair, 168 (79) 
Venetian School. 

Gentleman, in red dress, 172 (30) 
Gentleman, in dark dress, holding a 
letter, with a lady in rich dress, 
holding a book, 77 (73) 
Head of an old man, 169 (100) 
Venne, A. van der. 

Coriolanus and Volumnia, 78 (101) 
Verboeckhoven, E. 

Four ewes and a lamb, in a pasture, 

126 (63) 
Peasant woman driving cattle and 

sheep, 153 (278) 
Sheep in a landscape, 154 (13) 
Verendael, N. 

Fruit and still life on a slab, 49 
(i486) 
Verkolje, N., after. 

Rejected proposal, The, 126 (57) 
Vermeer, John (of Delft), after, by Carl 
Schloesser. 

Studio of Vermeer, 58 (53) 
Vermeulen, A. 

River scene, with figures sleighing on 
the ice, 123 (32) 
Vernet, C. 

Storm at sea, with shipwreck on the 
rocks, 124 (106) 
Vernet, H. 

Morning ; and Evening, 18S (98) 
Rocky bay scene, 140 (123) 
Sunrise ; and Sunset : Bay scenes, 
140 (124) 
Vernet, J. 

Bay scene, with shipping, and fisher- 
folk, 152 (229) 
Veronese, C. 

Madonna and Child, 150 (181) 
Veronese, P. 

Queen of Sheba before Solomon, 152 
(223) 
Veyrassat, J. 

Farmstead, A ; and Going home, 129 
(162) 



Vigee Le Brun, Madame, after. 

The artist, 64 (135) 
Viekers, A. 

Canal scene, with boats and wind- 
mills, 170 (150) 
On the River Isis, near Oxford, 126 

(66) 
River scene, with boats becalmed, 

154 (15) 
Sandy road, 154 (14) 
Shipping at the mouth of a river, 

157 (131) 
Thames at Eton, The, 170 (151) 
Vincent, G. 

Norfolk, View in, 194 (104) 
Roadside cottage, 147 (120) 
Vitelli, G. van. 

Naples, The Arsenal, 136 (26) 
Naples, Mola di Gaeta, 136 (27) 
Rome, 136 (25) 
Venice, 136 (24) 
VIetter, de. 

Caught, 135 (i) 
Vlieger, S. de. 

Mouth of a river, 141, (126, 128) 
Scheveningen beach, 141 (127) 
Vliet, H. C, van aer. 

Interior of a cathedral, 141 (129), 
145 (86) 
VoUon, A,. 

Woody landscape, with chateau, 62 
(70) 
Volterra, D. da. 

Fall of Lucifer, 76 (52) 
Vos, F. 

Vase of flowers, 91 (236) 
Voulki. M. 

Hilly landscapes, with figures, loi 

(62) 
Seaports, with buildings, boats, and 

figures : Sunset, loi (63) 
Tyrol, Views in the, loi (62) 
Vreedenburgb, C. 

Washing-place, The, 62 (71) 
Vries, H. de. 

Interior of a palace, with figures, 173 
(78) 
Vries, H. de. 

River scene, with tower, cottages, 
and boats, 194 (105) 



w 

WALDEN, LIONEL. 

Dunkirk : Boys on the quay, 58 (64 ) 
Walker, Francis S., R.H.A. 

Vale of Avoca ; and Ellesland Farm 
by the Nith, 47 (1438) 



Pictures 



INDEX 



255 



Walker, J. Hanson. 

Ariadne, 194 (106) 

Audrey, i83 (76) 

Faces in the fire, 168 (78) 

Pamela, 168 (81) 

Peonies, 188 (75) 
Walker, R. 

Claypole, Mrs., daughter of Oliver 
Cromwell, 194 (107) 

Cromwell, Richard, 194 (83) 
Ward, J., R.A. 

Aldemey bull, An ; and An Alderncy 
cow, 120 (416) 

An old horse, 153 (279) 

Ferrets in a warren, 120 (415) 

Lady, in white dress and black shawl, 
78(112) 

Morland and his friend fishing, 135 
(249) 

On guard ; and Near Salerno, 153 
(279) 

Young horse, A, 50 (1509) 
Ward, W. H. 

Fruit and bird's-nest, 126 (58) 
Watson, G. 

Youth reading, 195 (123) 
Watson, J. D. 

His comrade's grave, roi (80) 
Watson, W. 

Highland cattle : A pass in Glen 
Finart, Argyllshire, 58 (69) 

Scene in the Highlands, with figures 
and sheep, 158 (144) 
Watson, W. Peter. 

Bosham, by the Old Quaj', 48 (1451) 
Watteau, Antoine. 

Garden scene, 167 (33) 
Watts, F. W. 

Bright afternoon, A, 124 (13S) 

Willy Lott's house at Flatford, 

Suffolk, 124 (137) 
Watts, G. F., R.A. 

Carrara Mountains from Pisa, i 7 
(34) 
Webb, James. 

Breezy day, 62 (72) 

Broadstairs, East wind, 103 (150) 

Calm morning. A, 103 (150) 

Dutch boats on the Scheldt, 60 

(137) 
Edinburgh, 194 (104) 
Fisher folk resting, 167 (36) 
France: Givet, 65 (146) 
Holland : Entering Marken, 155 (61) 
Morning catch, The, 156 (82) 
River scene, loi (84) 
Sandown Bay, Isle of Wight, 153 

(280) 
Shipping in a breeze, loi (84) 
Sunset, 168 (57) 



Town on a river, 190 (132) 
Waiting for the fishing-boats, 190 
(131) 
Weber, Tb. 

Coming storm. The, 62 (73) 
Longihip's lighthouse, 155 (59) 
Weber, Otto. 

Noonday rest, 124 (129) 
Webster, G. 

Wreck, A, 91 (251) 
Webster, Thomas, R.A. 

Merry-making in the olden time^, 
I (105) 
Weekes, W. 

Consulting the oracle ; and Who 
stops the way ? 59 (Si) 
Weeks, Charlotte J., alter Antonello de 
Messina. 

Crucifixion, The, 50 (1506) 
Weenix, J. B. 

Dead game and fruit, 123 (84) 
Dead game and implements of the 

chase, 145 (87) 
Halt of a hunting party, 145 (88) 
Muscovy ducks and other birds, 196 
(15-) 
Weiss, Jose. 

Amberley, Sussex ; and A village 

church, 59 (90) 
At dawn, 128 (102) 
At sundo\vn, 128 (103) 
Corner of the village ; and A farm- 
stead, 59 (85) 
Evening express, 155 (44) 
Homestead ; and A country road, 

59 (84) 
Lulworth Cove, 155 (45) 
Mountain stream ; and A rustic 

bridge, 59 (86) 
On the Arun, 59 (89) 
Quiet stream : Sunset, 59 (83) 
River scene : Autumn ; and Cloudy 

day, 59 (88) 
Rough road, with poultry ; and Edge 

of a forest, 59 (87) 
Sussex landscape, 48 (1452) 
Village scene, wnth peasant woman, 

59 (S2) 
Village scenes, 59 (91) 
Wells, W. 

Mower, The, 62 (74) 
Werff, A. van der. 

Landscape, with Flora and cupids, 

175 (118) 
Venus and Cupid, 124 (112) 
West, Benjamin, P.R.A. 

Peace, 195 (1311) 
Westerbeck, C. 

Club Ground, Brussels, 102 (iti) 
Return of the flock, 170 (152) 



256 



INDEX. 



Pictures 



W«staU, R., R.A. 

An illustration to Milton, oi (326) 
Birth of Shakespeare ; and Sister of 

Mercy, 94 (327) 
Bower of Venus, 64 (131) 
Charles V resigning the crown of 
Spain to Philip II ; and Escape of 
Mary, Queen of Scots, 94 (328) 
Dickenson, Mrs. Eliza, 94 (326) 
White lady and the friar, 91 (241) 
Westphalia, School of. 

Annunciation, The, 150 (190) 
Presentation of Christ in the Temple. 
195 (108) 
If et, J. de. 

Lady in Eastern dress attended by 
negroes, an ostrich in the back- 
ground, 65 (147) 
Wette, G. de. 

Moses striking the rock, 51 (1513) 
Wheatley, F., R.A. 

.^ Irish fair, 94 (329) 
Cymon and Iphigenia, 195 (no) 
Deserted village, The, 195 (109) 
Market day, 94 (330) 
Wheelwright, W. H. 

A steeplechase, 92 (264) 
Whitehead, Fred. 

Cottages in Poole Harbour, 47 (1433) 
Widgery, W. 

Watering-place, The, 155 (63) 
WUd C. 

Lesson in colouring, 92 (268) 
Wilkie, Sir David, R.A. 

Post-boy, The, 147 (121) 

after. 

Blind fiddler, The ; and Blindman's 
bufi, 141 (130) 
WUUams, A. W. 

Storr Rocks, Isle of Skye, 157 {107) 
Williams, J. Haynes. 

La debutante, 126 (G7) 
Williams, Terriek. 

Shell gatherer, coast of Holland, 48 
(1457) 
Wilson, Alice. 

Japanese doll, 64 (120) 
Wilson, B. 

Gentleman, in green dress, standing 
before a fireplace, his wife, in pink, 
seated by his side, 136 (32) 
" Relieving the old soldier," 123 
(104) 
Wilson, H. 

First interview between Capt. Wilson 
and the King of Pelew, 93 (307) 
Wilson, R., R.A. 

Lake scene, with castle on a hill, 

figures in foreground, 79 (132) 
Willesden Church-, 50 (1510) 



Wilson, T. Waller. 

Mea Culpa, 153 (277) 
Wimperis, E. M. 

Skirts of the village, 124 (120) 
Wingate, J. L. 

Bay scene, 62 (75) 

Scene near Inverary ; and Whittling- 
ham, near Norwich, 60 (138) 
Winter, H. 

Farm road, The, 158 (145) 
Wissing, W. 

Henrietta Maria, with Princess Eliza- 
beth, 190 (138) 
Witherington, W. F., R.A. 

Harvesting in the Vale of Conway, 

46(1417) 
Silent mole. The, 46 (1418) 
Witt, J. de. 

Elizabeth and the angel, 77 (84) 
Wogan, T. 

Heads of gentlemen ; and Two 
military officers, 94 (331) 
WoU, J. 

Partridge in the snow, 195 (112) 
Ptarmigan, 195 (in) 
Wolstenholme, J. Dean. 

Enfield coach changing horses, 175 

(147) 
Sporting dogs, 172 (32) 
Wood, L. J. 

Rouen Cathedral, 78 (108) 
Woodward, G. M. 

Breaking up of an Irish wake, 94 

(320) 
New Year resolutions ; and Two of 

a trade, 94 (332) 
Promenade, 92 (265) 
Woolmer, A. J. 

Musidora, 47 (1425) 
Wootton, J. 

" Mouse," the property of the Earl 
of Portmore, in a landscape, with 
jockey and groom, 120 {419) 
Racehorse, with jockey up : in the 
background a view of Newmarket 
racecourse, with carriages and 
figures, 79 (i33) 
" The Bloody-shouldered Arabian," 
in a landscape, with a groom and 
dog, 120 (420) 
Waiting for the master, 120 (418) 
Walpole, Sir Robert, his hunter, 
groom, and dogs near him, 120 (417) 
Water spaniel. A, 120 (421) 
Wontiers, F. de. 

Hilly landscape, with windmill and 
figures on a winding road, 123 (91) 
Wonverman, P. 

Outskirts of a town, with a horse fair, 
50 (1492) 



Pictures 



INDEX. 



257 



Peasants" fete on the bank of a river, 

145 (90) 
Return from the chase, 141 (131) 
Stream, A : Horseman, anglers, and 

other figures, 145 (91) 

after. 

Travelling figures and animals resting 

before an iim, 79 (131) 

Sehool of. 

Stable, with figures and horses, 49 

{1481) 
Wouverman, Jan. 

Hilly landscape : Peasant woman on 

a rustic bridge on the right, 145 

(89) 
Wright, J. M. 

Illustration to "' Hamlet " ; and An 

illustration to Boccaccio's " Deca- 
meron," 94 (336) 
Illustrations to " Boccaccio " ; and 

" The Taming of the Shrew," 94 

(334) 
Illustration to " Henry IV " ; and 

Gil Bias, 94 (335) 
Illustrations to " The Fortunes of 

Nigel " ; and " The Winter's 

Tale," 94 (333) 
" Merry Wives of Windsor " ; and 

" The Taming of the Shrew," 90 

(208) 
Pride of the village ; and Scene from 

" Henry IV," 94 (337) 
Scenes from '■ The Tempest " ; and 

Scenes from " Two Gentlemen of 

Verona," 94 (338) 
Village musicians ; and The Proposal, 

94 (339) 
Wyek, Jaa. 

An encampment before a city, 196 

(148) 
A general with his stafi, directing his 

army in battle, 75 (32) 
Wyck, Tb. 

Siege of a Flemish town at 

the end ot the 17th century, 50 

(149^) 
WyUie, W. L., R.A. 

Boulogne, Portel near, 153 (282) 
On the French coast, 153 (281) 
Putting off from the shore, 167 

(37) 
Wynants, J. 

Landscape, with a cart, horseman, 
and figures ; and Landscape, with 

figures and cattle, 153 (231) 
Landscape, with horseman and 

figures on a sandy road, 141 

(13-2) 

Woody landscape, with figures on a 
road, 137 (51). 152 (230) 



YEAMES, W. F., R.A. 

Sending up the boar's head, loi (75) 
Yoang, C. 

Flock, The, 58 (65) 
Ysenbrant, A. 

Lady, in black dress trimmed with 
white fur, 150 (191) 

Madonna at her devotiDns, 195 (113) 



ZEEMAN, B. 

Harbour scene, 145 (92) 
Zimmerman, A. 

Dance, The, 60 (139) 
Zacarello. 

Italian scene, 178 (253) 
Rocky landscape, with buildings, 
figvires, and cattle, 178 (275) 
Znecarelli, F., R.A. 

Landscape : Figures and cattle by a 

pool, 141 (134) 
Landscapes, with buildings, figures, 

and animals, 136 (28) 
Nymphs bathing, 141 (133) 
Zacehero, F,. School of. 

Gentleman, in black sla>hed dress, 

137 (49) 
Gentleman, in dark dress, with white 
ruff, ^^ (84) 
Zorbaran, F. 

Legend of the bell, 152 (:!32) 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Adoration of the Magi, 172 (29) 
Astronomy, 150 (192) 
Bedford, Duke of, 193 (58) 
Benbow, Admiral John, 74 (11) 
Children with a squirrel, 150 (193) 
Christ in the house of Martha and 

Mary, 172 (34) 
Coaching scenes, 115 (301) 
Cromwell, Thomas, 193 (58) 
Domestic poultry ; Pointer, A ; and 

Racehorse, with jockey up, 114 

(291-292) 
Ducks and poultry, in a landscape, 

167 (25) 
Fishing boats in a squall, by J. N., 

59 (106) 
Falkland, Lucius Gary, Viscount, 74 

(12) 



258 



INDEX. 



Pictures 



Four portraits of gentlemen, 193 (61) 
Gentleman, in dark dress and cap, 

74 (14) 
Gentleman, standing by a table with 

his dog, 193 (60) 
Grey, Lady Jane, 193 (59) 
Head of an old man, 100 (43) 
Head of a lady, 188 (92) 
Head of a lady, wth white dress, 

74 (13) 
Henry VHI, 193 (58, 59) 
Hilly landscape, with travelling 

peasants and animals ; and Holy 

Family, 100 {42) 
Irish peasants, 94 (320) 
London and Bishop's Stortford coach, 

by A. B., 115 (301) 
Maria Theresa, in black dress, 74 (13) 
Philip le Bon, wearing the Order of 

the Golden Fleece, 193 (62) 



Portsmouth, Duchess, of, 193 (60) 
Saint Catherine, 150 (193) 
Scenes from a play, 135 {2) 
Shakespeare, Head of, 193 (62) 
Shakespeare and Spenser, Portraits 

of, 172 (29) 
Showery day, 167 (35) 
Sidney, Algernon, 74 (12) 
Sigismunda, 74 (11) 
Study of heads, 92 (265) 
Temptress, The, 123 (23) 
Thames, View on the, with anglers 

in a punt, 135 (i) 
Toast, The, 175 (121) 
Tomi on a river, 188 (92) 
Village scene, 153 {275) 
Waterloo, Bird's-eye view of the field 

of, 92 (270) 
Woody landscape, with sportsmen, 

100 (42) 



ENGRAVINGS. 



ENGRAVINGS AFTER: 



B 



ABBOTT, LEMUEL F., BY W. BARNARD, 

17 (2::4), 23 d/i). 16+ (90) 

by Val Green, 23 (170) 

Adams, Douglas, 97 (129) 

AfBeek, A. F., by F. Wedmore, 65 (i) 

Agar, 8 (204) 

Agasse, T., by Porter, 107 (74) 

and Shark, by C. Turner, H2 (247) 

Aglio, A., by Stadler, 161 (24) 

Alix, P. M., by himself, 161 (24) 

Aiken, H., i (27S), i (279), 7 (159), 7 (160), 
23 (146), 23 (159), 25 (-01). 51 (56), 
51 (71), 51 (140), 52 (218), 54 (195), 
56 (272), 81 (167), 81 (168), 98 (256), 
111 (204), 121 (174). 121 (177), 133 
(157-160), 134 (161-182), 159 (212), 
164. (95), 166 (142) 

by C. Bentley, 14 (i75)> 55 (203), 

165 (137) 

by J. Clark, 134 (21O) 

by E. Duncan, 9 (187) 

by J. Harris, 13 (136), 14 (171), 133 

(140), l('4 (96) 

by C. Hunt, 9 (182), 9 (183) 

by Geo. Hunt, 73 (262), 165 (132), 

166 (1421 

by F. C. Lewis, 15 (178) 

by Pollard, 54 (199) 

by Reeve, 16 (179), 28 (169), 158 

(62) 

by T. Sutherland, 14 (174). 16 (176), 

28 (162), 52 (193), 81 (166), III (209), 
158 (6t), 165 (138), 176 (53) 

by Sutherland and Cooper, So (122) 

Aiken, S., by J. PoUard, no (183) 
.Allen, J., by W. Ward, 13 (168) 
Alma-Tadema, Sir L., R.A., 97 (136) 
Anderson, W., by M. Dubourg, 8t (161) 
Angeli, Professor von, 41 (877) 

Ansell, C, by P. W. Tomkins, S (202) 
Aspinall, Miss J., by Sohiavonetti, 2 (416) 
Assen, A. van, by E. J. Dumee, 121 <i6o) 



BALDREY, J., BY SPARROW, 106 (43) 
Barenger, James, by R. Woodman, iii 

(19G) 
Barker, T., by T. Gaugain, 51 (138) 

by C. Turner, 2S (185) 

Barney, J., by himself, 72 (254). 98 (271), 

121 (151) 
Barraud, W., 112 (246) 
Baudouin, P. A., ly (261), 44 (924) 
by Ponce, 17 (246), 163 (62) 

by J. R. Simonet, 163 (62) 

Beechey, Sir W., R.A., by E. Bell, lo (229), 

15 (203), ir,5 (nS) 

by R. Earlom, 2 ^447) 

by E. Scriven, 80 (84) 

by J. Ward, 56 (278) 

by C. Wilkin, 159 (183), 106 (51) 

and J. Hoppner, by J. Young, 73 

(279). I')? '119) 
Benwell, J. H., by F. Bartolozzi, 103 (671 
Beringer, by C. Turner, m (217) 
Bethell, James, by Stadler, 52 (209) 
by T. Burke and Nutter, 5 (i45). 54 

(59). 15S (i3o) »i 

by Gaugain, 2 (4O9), f> (235) 

- by T. Hellyer, 107 (80) 

by J. Jones, 107 (84) 

by W, Nutter, 160 (8) 

by J. Ogbourne, 159 (189) 

by D. Orme, 16. (70) 

by J. R. Smith, 13 (186) 

by P. W. Tomkins, 43 (910) 

by W. Ward and Dunkarton, 75 

(258) 
Birch, Thomas, 25 (190) 

by S. Seymour, 17" (122) 

Blaisot, by Bonnefoy, 6 (192) 

Bodger, J., by himself, 9 (179) 

Boilly, by Tresca, 17 (238) 

Bone, by Bovi, 7 (129) 

Bonbeur, Rosa, 160 (ri), 184 (t47), 185 

(165B) 



262 



INDEX. 



Engravings after 



Boaeher, F., by L. Bonnet, 23 (135). 23 

(140), 180 (34) 

by Demarteau, 22 (130) 

— - by E. Stamp, 96 (loi) 
Poultbee, J., by Jukes, 162 (38) 

J., by J. Whessell, 162 (38) 

Bourgeois, A. P., by David, Si (162) 
Bowler, T. W., by Wallser, 5 (96), 14 ("4) 
Breda, C. F., by S. W. Reynolds, 23 (187) 
Brehan, Madame la Hise, de, by Keating, 

I (256), 14 (141), 51 (105) 
Breton, Le. 

Naval engagement between U.S.S 

" Kersage " and " Alabama," 177 

(118) 
Bronwer, A., by J. McArdell, 179 (12) 
Brown, M., by Orme, 135 (219) 
Buck, Adam, 13 (192), 52 (197), 164 (95) 

by T. Cheesman, 4 (204), 97 (210) 

by Freeman, 13 (193), 23 (133) 4 (198) 

by Freeman and Stadler, 4 (19S), 

6 (200), 81 (169) 

by Roberts and Stadler, 42 (890), 

121 (152) 

b ' Roberts and Ziegler, 13 (194) 

Bnnbury, H., 15 (200), 162 (51) 

by Bartolozzi, 6 (159), 8 (236), 23 

(134), 28 (152), 98 {265) 
by W. Dickinson, 10 (219), 105 (28), 

106 (46), 106 (52) 

by Ryder and Cosse, 164 (iii) 

by Shepheard and Baldry, 165 (112) 

by J. R. Smith, 15 (200), 80 (134) 

by Watson, 121 (148) 

by White, 8 (237) 

Burne-Jones, Sir E., A.R.A., by C. W. 

Campbell, 40 (869) 
Burnet, J., by R. Havell, 176 (75) 
Burney, by Cooper, 158 (120) 
Buttersworth, T., by Buttersworth and 

Roberts, 42 (885) 
by J. Jeakes, 133 (156) 



CAFFYH, W. H. 

JeUicoe, Admiral Sir John Ruswortb, 
41 (875A) 
Calleott, Sir A. W., R.A., by C. Turner, 

160 (12) 
Caresme, J. P., by Anselm, 17 (247) 
Carter, S., by Caldwell, 98 (232) 

by V. Green, 3 (151) 

Chalon, A. E., R.A., by S. Cousins, 40 

(864) 
Chalon, H. B., 112 (230) 

by J. C. Easling, 110 (187), 121 (171) 

by W. Say, no (188) 



by W. Ward, no (185), no (186). 

112 (224), 112 (225), 112 (226), H2 
(228), 121 (:72), 133 (141) 

Champaigne, P. de, by Nanteuil, 97 (1721 
Chesham, F., by Ellis, 17 (205) 
Cipriani, J. B., R.A. 72 (247) 

by Bartolozzi, 17 (230), 17 (231), 28 

(153), 52 (198), 81 (158), 97 (211), 

121 (155), 122 (202), 134 (189), 134 

(191) 

by Bovi, 55 (226) 

by Routte, 17 (233) 

Clark, L., 134 (209) 

Clark, T., by R. HaveU, 176 (88), 176 (89) 

Clarke, J. H., by M. Dubourg, 73 (259) 

Claude Lorraine, by Rd. Earlom, 180 (32) 

Cleveley, J., 22 (232) 

Clint, G., A.R.A., by Picard, 97 (198) 

Closterman, J. B., by J. Smith, 1S2 (66), 

182 (68), 182 (69 ) 
Cloveley, R., by Medland, 55 (206) 
Cochin, C. N. le jeune, by Le Bas, 161 (33) 
Cockburn, Lt.-Col., by C. Hunt, J. Edge, 

and C. Bently, 177 (128) 
Cockerell, S. P., by W. Richardson, 159 

(216) 
Condy, N. D., by Duncan, 80 (91) 
Constable, John, R.A., by Brunet Debaines, 

25 (207), 53 (48) 

by N. Hirst, 70 (169) 

by W. Hole, 71 (225) 

by D. Lucas, 3 (168), 3 (481), 29 

(201), 69 (152), 122 (195), 122 (203), 

179 (6) 
Conyers, Miss Julia, by P. W. Tomkins, 

8 (218), 28 (160) 
Cooper, W., by C. Knight, 9 (19) 
Copley, J. S., R.A., by R. Dunkarton, 177 

(151), 
Corbould, R., 13 (19S) 
Cosse, L. J., by Clement, 160 (3) 
Cosway, Maria, by V. Green, 43 (903) 
Cosway, Richard, R.A., 81 (178) 

by J. Agar, 43 (918), 55 (233), 72 

(249), 72 (250) 

by F. Bartolozzi, i (i88d), 55 (234), 

133 (107.), 164 (108), 178 (168) 

by A. Cardon, i (i88d), 2 (446), 55 

(232), 178 (177) 

by J. Conde, 8 (232), 13 (153). 13 

(195), 22 (148), 24 (202), 55 (229) 

by W. Dickinson, 55 (230) 

- by Minasi, 55 (231) 

by Saunders, 13 (156) 

by J. R. Smith, 98 (249) 

by E. Stodart, 41 (880) 

by White, 8 (234) 

Cotes, F., R.A., by F. Bartolozzi, 55 (252) 

by R. Earlom, 2 (388) 

by E. Fisher, 179 (7) 



Engravings after 



INDEX. 



263 



by H. Houston, 179 (8) 

by J. McArdeU, 73 (=83) 

Counti, F., by C. Turner, 15 (198) 

Craft, D., by J. Smith, 163 (8;) 

Cra;g, W. M., by Clark and Merke, 9^ 

(261) 

by Orme, 51 (73) 

by Stadler, 51 (24) 

Crane, R., by Reeve, 52 {204) 

Crewe, E., by C. White, 6 (161), 7 (185), 10 

(231) 



I Dupont, Gainsborough, by F. Bartolozzi, 

43 (911) 

- — by V. Green, 163 (68) 
Dutton, by himself, 17 (217) 
Dyck, Sir A. van, i8o (29) 

by R. Earlom, 107 (76) 

by Laguillermie, 70 (156) 

by J. Smith, 182 (67) 

- by J. C. Webb, 96 (102) 



D 



DACRE, H., BY DUVAL, 176 (112) 
D'Agar, by J. Smith, 182 (69) 
Dahl, M., by J. Smith, 182 (68), 182 (70) 
Dance, G., R.A., by W. Daniell, 161 (34) 

by Heath, 55 (247) 

Dance, N., R.A., by V. Green, 24 (184) 
Daniell, W., R.A., by himself, 106 (43), 

161 (36) 
Danloux, H. P., by J. R. Smith, 165 (117), 

122 (181) 

by Gilles, 112 (246) 

by Hunt, 2S (170) 

by R. G. Reeve, 112 (243), 42 (887) 

by R. Woodman, 2 (453), 113 (245) 

Daubrawa, H. de, 54 (65) 

by J. Harris, 51 (148) 

Dawe, G., R.A., by Dawe and Hodgetts, 

161 (2S) 

by T. Wright, 122 (191) 

Dawe, H., by himself, 3 (184) 
Dayes, E., by J. Collyer, 24 (176) 

by Dodd and Pollard, 161 (34) 

by T. Gaugain, lou (55) 

by Mita I and Picket, 44 (921) 

Debucourt, P. L., 176 (39), 17 (266), 23 

(138), 176 (38) 
Deshayes, by A. T. Hemery, 17 (250) 
Detaille, E., by A. Jacquet, 184 (145) 
by A. Lamotte, 1S4 (145) 

by L. Salles, 184 (145) 

De Wint, P., by Sir Frank Short, 70 (184), 

70 (1851, 70 (192), 71 (193) 
Dickinson, W., 54 (53) 
Dietricy, C. E., by Vanderberghe, 13 

(196A) 
DUke, S., by Hassell, 158 (54) 
Dodd, R., by himself, 17 (207), 22 (197) 
Dolby, M., by T. Sutherland, 164 (98) 
Downman, J., A.R.A., by P. Simon, 107 

(75) 

by E. Walker, 177 (126) 

Drake, H., by V. Green, 112 (239) 
Dttbufe, C. M., by Samuel Cousins, 10 

(21S), 40 (8O2) 



EAGAR, W., by H. PYALL, 2 (369) 
Edwards, E., by R. Dunkarton, 34 (95) 
Eisen, C, by P. A. le Bea-', 17 (257) 
Elmer, S., by C. Turner, m (217) 
Englehart, Catherine C. C, by J. 

Smith, 71 (206) 
Evans, W., by C. G. Lewis, 16 (160) 



FALCONET, P. E., BY V. GREEN, 106 

FarquharsoD, Joseph, R.A., 97 (132) 

by Herbert Sedco.e, 94 (8), 185 (169) 

Farrington, J., 161 (32) 

Fenn, G., by Fairland, 52 (213), 52 (214) 
Ferneley, J., by G. Duncan, 121 (168) 

by Hunt, 81 (182) 

Fielding, J. Copley, by Sir F. Short, 71 

(19;) 
Fielding, N., by himself, 11 1 (215) 
Fildes, Sir Luke, R.A., 97 (127) 

■ by Laguillermie, y6 (124) 

Flameng, Frani^is, by A. Boulard, 184 

(143), m (144) 

by V. L. Focillon, 1S4 (144) 

Flaxman, John, R.A., by Marcuard, 6 (163) 
Foldsum, S., by Dawe, 6 (157) 
Fournier, T. S., by A. Chaponnier, 163 (66) 
Fragonard, J. B., by M. Blot, 17 (239), 163 

(64) 

by Dennel, 17 (241) 

Freudeberg, S., 44 (924) 

by De Launay, 134 U97), 159 (187) 

by Ingouf (junr.), 44 (9=7) 

by F.Janinet, 180(33) 

Frye, T., by himself, 180 (23) 



GAINSBOROUGH, THOMAS, R.A., 56 

(2O6), jO (267) 

by Arendsen, 185 (166) 



>64 



INDEX. 



Engravings aftkr 



by H. Birche, 107 (82) 

by Scott Bridgwater, 165 (165) 

by Gainsborough Dupont, 177 (152) 

by R. Earlom, 13 (182) 

by A. Mathey, 70 (i57) 

- — by R. B. Parkes, 105 (7) 

by Sherwin, 43 (912) 

by J. S. Shury, 105 (9) 

by J. R. Smith, 163 (83) 

by P. W. Tomkins, 97 (^15) 

by C. Turner, 160 (16) 

by F. S, Walker, 159 (233) 

by J. Cother Webb, 96 (100) 

-^ by J. WhesseU, 5 (146), 106 (56) 

by Sidney E. Wilson, 53 (39) 

Garneray, by Himely, 176 (97) 
Garrard, G., by S. Aiken, 112 (240) 

by Earlom, 5 (128) 

by Morris, 112 (240) 

by W. Pether, 3 (173), 106 (41), 108 

(90) 

by W. Ward, 6 (178), 112 (227), 112 

(229) 

by J. Young, m (212) 

and Thos. Weaver, by W. Ward, 162 

(48) 
GUbert, P. J., by C. Hunt, 17 (221) 
Gilpin, Sawrey, R.A., by V. Green, 10 ^ 

(92) 

by R. Pollard, m (322) 

Giosagatti, by Mosmer, 72 (256) 
Glendall, J., by Sutherland, 5 (152), 54 

(184) 
Graham, J., by P. Dawe, 162 (49) 
Graham, Peter, R.A., 23 (9) 

by Joseph B. Pratt, 23 (7), 23 (8), 

96 (119), 96 (120) 

Grant, Sir Francis, P.R.A., by H. Cousins, 

122 (102) 
Green, Valentine, by himself, 177 (15 ) 
Greuze, J. B., by Coron, 163 (63) 

by S. Cousins, 105 (14) 

- by J. Jacquet, 185 (171) 

by Marais, ijG (40) 

by J. Massard, 163 (65) 

by C. Turner, 162 (60) 

by Sidney E. Wilson, 53 (4°) 

Grignon, by F. D. Soiron, if>i (25) 
Guttenbrunn, L., by F. Bartolozzi, 165 

(130) 



H 



HALL, H., BY SUMMERS, 56 (276), 82 

(192) 
Halls, J., by C. Turner, 13 (163), 133 (94) 
Hamilton, W., R,A., 5 (151) 



by Bartolozzi, 6 (162), 6 (168), 24 

(226), 133 (134) 

by A. Cardon, 160 (14) 

by Delattre, 2 (415), 159 (196) 

by J. Eginton, 133 (12S), 134 (186) 

by R. S. Marcuard, 24 (177) 

by P. W. Tomkins, 1G2 (56) 

Hancock, C, by E. Duncan, 162 (52) 

by W. Giller, 106 (40) 

by Harris, 15 (189) 

Hanks, by Jukes, i (258) 
Harding, W., by Bartolozzi, 8 (201) 
Harlow, G. H., by H. Meyer, 2 (319). 14 

(142), 23 (131) 
Harper, T., by Thomson, 3 (1S3) 
Harrington and Herring, by C. Hunt, 162 

(52^ 

Harris, J., by himself, 106 (44) 

Havell, R., by himself, 54 (185). 54 (i97), 

121 (92), 121 (93), 177 (125) 

Hayes, M. A., 14 (204) 

by J. Harris, roS (94) 

by Lynch, 80 (116) 

by Walker, 23 (151), 27 (48) 

Hayter, J., by W. Sharp, 97 (195). 121 

(106) 
Heaphy, T., by himself, lOi (36) 
—^ by T. Allom, 6 (206) 
Hearne, T., by W. Bryne, 14 (144) 
Henderson, Cooper, 14 '172) 

by E. Duncan, 16 (170) 

by J. Harris, 4 (206), 13 (188) 

Herkomer, Sir H. von, R.A., 41 (§75) 
Herring, J. F., by J. Harris, 176 (41) 
by C. Hunt, 9 (186), 14 (173), IS 

(187), 16 (182), If) (183), 121 (167), 
164 (98) 

by Mackrel, 5^' (275), 82 (191) 

by R. G. Reeve, 71 (220), 164 (97) 

and Harrington, by C. Hunt, 162 

(52) 
Hext, Capt., by C. Hutchins, 23 (108) 
Highmore, Joseph, 179 (11) 
Hill, by Smith, 177 (120) 
Hoare, W., by Brooks, 13 (i5i> 
Hodges, W. P., 122 {180) 

by Aiken and Reeve, iii (203) 

Hogarth, WilUam, 42 (8871, 54 (56) 

- by S. Cousins, 105 (co) 
by Earlom, 9 (171) 

Holbein, Hans, by F, Bartolozzi, 43 (915), 

43 (916), 177 (131) 
Hoppner, John, R.A., 81 (163), 1O4 (91) 

by Adam, 55 (253). 98 (283) 

by Baldrey, 13 U38) 

by Scott Bridgwater, 70 (159). 7o 

(160), 70 (164), 71 (216), 72 (240) 

by E. M. Hester, (45), 53 (30) 

by N. Hirst, 72 (242) 

by H. Meyer, 73 (282), Si (155) 



Engravings after 



INDEX. 



265 



by T. Nugent, 107 (63), 133 (136) 

by S. W. Reynolds, 106 (36), 162 

(44) 

by J. R. Smith, 180 (21) 

by P. W. Tomkins, 17 (235) 

by J. Ward, 164 (103) 

by W. Ward, 71 (206), 134 (196) 

by C. Wilkin, 2 (354), 2 (357), 4 (i>7), 

4 (158), 16 (102), 16 (103), 51 (loi), 

51 (102), 164 (102) 

by J. Young, 107 (83) 

and Beechey, by J. Young, 73 (279), 

165 (119) 
Hornbrook, Lt., by Baynes, - (36S) 
Howen, Col., and Smies, M., by L. Portman, 

14 (115) 
Hewitt, J., Ill (210) 
Howitt, Samuel, by himself, 165 (136) 

by Merke, 15S (59) 

Huok, J., by Ryland, 8 (203) 
Huck, T. Gerhard, by T. Park, 106 (33) 
Hudson, T., by J. Faber, 41 (883), 179 (9) 
— - by J. McArdell, 107 (71), 180 (19) 

and Vanderbank, by J. Faber, 54 (99) 

Huet, J. B., by Chap nnier, 17 (254), 17 

(355), 122 (193) 

by Debucourt, 163 (74) 

by Dumisseau, 10 (238) 

Huggins, W. J., 17 (212), 81 (174), 178 
(181) 

by E. Duncan, 2 (295), 16 (161), 134 

(215) 

by C. Rosenberg, 80 (gS) 

Hughes, Talbot, by A. Mathey, 97 (142) 
Huysum, van, by R. Earlom, 71 (215) 



IBBETSON, J. C, BY W. WARD, 9 (170) 
by Wells, Simpson, and Dodd, 9 

(185) 
Inglefield, by Dutton, 16 (202) 
Isabey, E., by Godefroy, 51 (91), 51 (92) 



JACQUES, C, BY DELATTRE, 66 (17) 
Johnson, by Brunet Debaines 96 (98) 
Jones, Geo., by C. Turner, 2 (365) 
Jones, Lieut., 161 (37) 
Jones, R., by C. Turner, iii (221) 
Joy, George W., by himself, 40 (867) 



K 



KAUFFMAN, ANGELICA, R.A., BY F. 
BARTOLOZZI, 6 (226), 8 (235), 10 
(203), 15 (i8o), 15 (181), 24 (150), 
24 (154), 28 (176), 43 (908), 55 (227), 
97 (211), 134 (191), 158 (loi), 158 
(102), 162 (57), 163 (72), 163 (73). 
165 (112) 

by T. Burke, 3 (187), 8 (200), 13 

(200), 14 (129), 24 (151), 28 (182), 
i6o (5), 160 (6) 

by Delattre, 15 (182) 

by Dickinson, 134 (190) 

by Facius, 28 (154) 

- by T. Fielding, 24 (141), 80 (137) 

by J. Hogg, S (212) 

by Macklin, 133 (127) 

- by W. W. Ryland, 8 (199), 80 (126), 
162 (46), 163 (71) 

Keene, Charles S., by M. H. Soielmann, 

66(27) 
Kettle, T., by V. Green, 107 (60) 

by J. Watson, 164 (86) 

Kneller, Sir G., by J. Beckett, 179 (13) 

by J. Smith, 7 (125), 42 (900), 161 

(20), i6j (82), iSi (52), 181 (53), 181 
(54), iSi (55), i8l (56), 181 (57), 181 
(58), 181 (59), 181 (60), 181 (61), 181 
(62), iSi (63), 181 (64) 

by G. White, 181 (64) 

De Koster, by W. Bond, 106 (50) 



LAER, DE, BY P. CANOT, 112 (237) 
Lafons, by himself, 97 (241) 
Laguerre, L., by J. Simon, 159 (202) 
Lambert, E. F., by Canot, 13 (178) 
— — by Duthe, <> (191) 
Lance, G., by Baxter, 26 (205) 
Landseer, Sir E., R.A., 40 (865) 

by Cousins, >> (219) 

by T. Landseer, 40 (866), 184 (148), 

184 (149), kS4 (150) 

by G. G. Lewis, 185 (i65a) 

Largilliere, N., by J. Smith, iSi (O3) 

Lavrience, by L. C, 17 (-'>7) 

Lawrence, Sir Thomas, P.R.A., by F. 

Bartolozzi, ij (191) 

by W. Bond, ij (170) 

by Scott Bridgwater, 41 (871), 7o 

(159), 70 (161), 72 (242), 185 (l6l), 

185 (164), 185 (165) 

by G. Clint, 106 (39) 

by M. Cormack, 161 (30) 



266 



INDEX. 



Engravings after 



by Samuel Cousins, 7 (104), 7 (120), 

8 (231), 8 (243), 10 (236), 23 (189), 
24 (204), 24 (205), 40 (S63), 71 (218), 
72 (248), y^ (266), 73 (267), 97 (196). 
105 (16), 105 (17), 105 (18), 159 
(185), 162 (59), 179 (4), 185 (158) 

by W. Dickinson, 162 (43) 

by Greenhead, 161 (30) 

by N. Hirst, 1S5 (162) 

by Clifford R. James, 70 (176) 

by H. Meyer, 161 (23) 

by J. B. Pratt, 105 (4) 

by Ricliard Smythe, 40 (853), 70 

(177) 

by C. Turner, 28 (142), 72 (246), 80 

(83), 161 (23), 179 (4) 

by J. Ward, 107 (59) 

by J. C. Webb, 70 (155), 185 (166) 

Lebel, by Hemery, 17 (258) 

Lees, by Wagstaff, 7 (161) 
Lefevre, R., by T. Lupton, 177 (159) 
Leigbton, Lord, P.R.A., by S. Cousins, 23 

(211), S3 (50), 53 (51), 96 (96), 105 

(20) 
Lely, Sir P., 7 (148) 
■ by van Bleeck, 179 (13) 

by A. Browne, 106 (37) 

by V. Green, 162 (46) 

by J. McArdell, 158 (134), 177 (148) 

by J. Smith, xSi (64) 

by T. Watson, 106 (38) 

Lion, P., by J. Watson, 165 (115) 
Livesay, R., by Stadler, 2 (450) 
Llewellyn, W., by himself, 41 (874) 
Lodder, W., by A, Cardon, 28 (178), 56 

(255) 
Loggan, 43 (905) 
Long, Edwin, R.A., by S. Cousins, 40 (860), 

40 (S61) 
Loutherbourg, P. J. de, R.A., 6 (16G) 

by A. J. Clark, 98 (245) 

Lucas, J. Seymour, R.A., by P. Rajon, 40 

(86S) 
Luny, T., by Jukes, 6 (173) 



M 

MARGETSON, W. H., BY J. C. WEBB, 

97 (133) 
Masshall, B., by J. Dean, 112 (231) 

- by C. Townley, 121 (166) 

by C. Turner, 3 uoi), no (184), 112 

(238) 

by W. Ward, loS (92), no (194) 

Martens, Henry, 134 (195) 

by J. Harris, 18 (281), 22 (229), 27 

(49), 54 (58), 80 (115) 
Mason, W., by J. Pollard, 105 (32) 



Masquerier, J. J., by W. Say, 107 (62) 
Meissonier. J. L. E., 40 (834) 

by E. Boilvin, 72 (239) 

by A. Boulard, 39 (832), 72 (235) 

183 (120), 184 (140I, 184 (141), 184. 
(142) 

by Bracquemond, 183 (119) 

by E. Chiquet, 16 (19), 16 (20), 96 

(114), 184 (125) 

by C. A. Coppier, 96 (no), 96 (in), 

184 (127) 

by J. Fagan, 16 (17) 

by A. Jacquet, 72 (237), 183 (122), 

184 (129), 184 (130), 184 (131) 
by Jules Jacquet, 1 (70), 16 (25), 

27 (23), 39 (851), 72 (238), 96 (104), 

96 (112), 96 (117), 183 (123), 184. 
(124), 184 (125), 184 (136), 184 
(137), 1S4 (138), 184 (139) 

by A. Jamas, 1S4 (128) 

by F. A. Laguillermie, 184 (142) 

- by A. Labouze, 1S4 (132) 

by A. Lamottc, 39 (S30) 

- by A. Mathey, i6 (23), 16 (24) 

by A. Mignon, 39 (847), 39 (848), 39 

(849), 96 (115), 184 (126), 184 (i33\, 
184 (134) 

by L. Monzies, 72 (236), 96 (113), 

183 (121), 1S4 (135) 

by L. Ruet, i ^ (18), 16 (21), 16 (22), 

67 (30), 96 (ii6), 96 (118), 184 (128) 

by Eugene Tily, 96 (109) 

Mercier, P., by r. Houston, 107 (61) 

by J. McArdell, 106 (33) 

by Purcell, 8 (209) 

Meyer, J., by R. Purcell, 179 (14) 
Mllais, Sir J. E., Bart., P.R.A., by Chauvel, 

97 (128) 

by S. Cousins, 105 (21) 

by Laguillermie, 33 (47) 

by W. Macbeth, 94 (24) 

Millet, J. F„ 12 (231 

• by A. Danman, 4 (219) 

by W. Hole, 71 (223) 

Mitchel, by C. and G. Hunt, 98 (258) 
Moelenaer, P., by J. McArdell, 179 (n) 
Mounet, C, by Picot, 97 (216) 

Moreau le jeune, J. M., by Launay, 17 
(259) 

by Reynolds, 44 (9=3) 

Morland, George, by W. Barnard, ss (235), 

165 (126 

by Bartoloti, 13 (177), 28 (177) 

by E. BeU, 121 (162) 

by W. Bond, 81 {132), no (174) 

by Burrows, 13 (190) 

by W. A. Cox, 40 (834) 

by P. Dawe, 10 (216) 

by E. J. Dumee, no (166), no (168), 

133 (130). 179 (2) 



Engravings after 



INDEX. 



267 



by B. Duterreau, 165 (122) 

by T. Gaugain, no (177), 163 (77) 

by T. Gosse, 55 (239). 165 (125) 

by Graham, 163 (76) 

by W. Humphrey, 134 (194) 

• by C. Josi, 81 (139) 

■ by L.|Jukes, 2 (448), 8 (247) 

■ — - by G. Keating, 165 (123), 165 (124), 
176 (56) 

by C. Knight, 51 (139), no (i6S) 

by R. Meadows, 13 (180) 

— - by S. W. Reynolds, 55 (237), 161 (19), 
161 (22), 162 (49) 

by E. Scott, 3 (160), 5 (141), 81 (153) 

by Shepheard, 81 {148) 

by J. R. Smith, 2 (378), 5 (156), 10 

(221), 55 (236), 55 (238), 55 (240), 
no (169), no (171), no (179), no 
(180), 158 (179), 163 (79) 165 (120), 
165 (127) 
— — by F. D. Soiion, no (182), 165 (121) 

by P. W. Tomlfins, 133 1135) 

by W. Ward, 4 (-i2a), 10 (217), 28 

(174), 28 (175), 52 (172), 55 (248), 
no (167), no (172), no {175), no 
(176), no (178), no (181), 133 (139), 
134 (187), 159 (192), 159 (193), 161 
(18), 161 (20), 163 (75), 163 (78), 
163 (81), 165 (128), 176 (55). 179 
(5c), 179 (6d), 179 (6e) 

by T. Williamson, no (170), no 

(173) 

by J. Young, 13 (183), 13 (184), 18 

(285), 176 (57) 
Morland, Henry, by P. Dawe, 6 (158), 42 

(897) 
Moroni, G., by R. S. Clouston, 96 (123) 
M iller, R., by Brunet-Debaines, 70 (175) 

by W. Ward, 7 (m9), 16 (118), 24 

(178), 106 (36) 
Murray, T., by J. Smith, 182 (67) 
Myn, G. van der, by J. McArdell, 177 (153) 



N 



NASMYTH, ALEXANDER, BY F. C. 

LEWIS, 134 (210) 
■ by Sir Frank Short, R.A., 52 (223), 96 

(106) 

— - by J. Ward, m (219) 

Nattier, J. M., by Balechou and J. Tardieu, 

44 (92f') 

Nebel, C„ by Bayot, 80 (121) 
Newhouse, C. B., by himself, (iSi) 
Newton, G. S., by Samuel Cousins, 97 

(197) 
Nixon, J., by J. Cruikshank, 12 (114) 

by W. Dickinson, 106 (34) 

Hoir, Le, by St. Aubin, 161 (29) 



Nor e, Orlando, by E. G. Hester, 27 (192I 

82 (190) 
Northcote, J., R.A., 13 (ig6), 25 (193), 51 

(io8j 

by W. T. Annis, 164 (no) 

by G. Dawe, 7 (1S2) 

by T. Gaugain, 106 (53) 

by Gaugain and Hellyer, 108 (89) 

by H. Kingsbury, 73 (281) 

by W. Ward, 73 (265) 

o 

OPIE, J., R.A., BY CALDWELL, 134 

(199) 

by J. Dean, 107 (68) 

by P. Simon, 55 (250), 178 (175) 

by J. R. Smith, 72 (251) 

by W. Ward, 107 (57) 

Orme, D., by himself, 43 (912) 

Ostade, A. van, by Janinet, 7 (72), 24 

(156) 
by C. Visscher, 180 (25) 



PATON, R., BY P. C. CANOT, 17 (208) 

by Fitler and Lerpiniere, 22 (228) 

Paul, J. Dean, 2 (477), 14 (176), 23 (160) 
Paye, R. M., by J. Young, 5 (154), 73 (257^ 

107 (79) 
Pellegrini, by F. Janinet, 17 (264) 
Penny, E., by R. Houston, 178 (173) 

by J. Young, 54 (102) 

Peters, Rev. M. W., R.A., by Bartolozzi, 
10 (225), 72 (246), 178 (179) 

by Dickinson, 6 (i6o) 

by Knight, 5 (150). 80 (127) 

by J. R. Smith, 10 (220), 107 (57), 

107 (69) 

by Thew, 5 (148) 

by W. Ward, 13 (185) 

Pierson, J., by himself, 3 (i86), 5 (143), st 

(36), So (93). 98 (266) 
Pilliment, by P. C. Canot, 43 (907) 
Pine, R. S., by W. Dickinson, 15 (202), 179 

(14) 
Plimer, by E. Sfodart, 41 (880) 
Pocock. N., by R. Pollard, 16 (203) 

by R. and D. Havell, 42 (884) 

PoUard, J., 3 (478), 8 (223), 15 (196). S^' 

(273), 56 (280), 81 (180), tai (175), 
133 (143), 158 (64) 
by C. Bentley, 175 (119) 

by Dubourg, no (191) 

by J. Harris, 2S (173), 42 (885), 98 

(259) 

by Havell, 16 (180) 

by himself, 6 (183), 7 (15S), 7 (179) 



26> 



INDEX. 



Engravings after 



by C. Hnnt, 8 (219), 8 (225), 15 (i93). 

= (274), III (198), 121 (176), 166 

:40), 175 (120) 

■ by G. Hunt, iii (214) 

by R. G. Reeve, 5 (142), 7 (181), 10 

(228), 73 (261), 176 (46) 
by R. Rosenberg, 9 (175). m (213), 

159 (211) 

Pollard, R., by himself, 7 (78) 
Pond, A., by McArdell, 107 (57) 
Porter, R. K., by W. Barnard, 10 (240) 

by J. Vendramini, 162 (50) 

Pot, H., by Snyderhoef, 7 (145) 
Poynter, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 41 (873) 
Prout, S., by Stadler, 15 (185) 



R 



RAEBURN, SIR H., R.A., BY J. BENGO, 

107 (66) 

by M. Cormack, 15 (212) 

■ by G. Dawe, 158 (170) 

- — by T. Hodgetts, 9 (96), 22 (116) 

— by W. Sharp, 7 (106) 

— by C. Turner, 55 (245) 

by J. Cother Webb, 70 (158) 

Raraberg, H., by Martini, 105 (29) 
by Ogborne, 80 (82) 

Ramsay, A., by J. McArdell, 177 (157) 
Raoal, by J. Watson, 107 (65) 
Herd, C, by V. Green, 177 (144) 

by R. Lowry, 107 (58) 

Read, Lieut., by Reeve, 80 (120) 
Regnault, by himself, 17 (256) 
Reinagle, P., R.A., by Merke, 14 (168) 

by Hichols and Bluek, 9 (174) 

Rembrandt van Rhyn, by van Bleeck, 

180 (18) 
by R. Houston, 180 (15), 180 (16), 

180 (18), 180 (17) 
by W. Say, 15 (205), 25 (196), 51 

(110) 
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, P.R.A., 18 (284), 

70 (165), 72 (247) 
■ by F. Bartolozzi, 16 (74), 24 (201), 

43 (917), 55 (249). 55 (254), 71 (203), 

97 (204), 109 (144), 165 (113) 

by J. Caldwell, 109 (120) 

■ by T. Cheesman, S (192) 

— - by J. Collyer, 52 (190) 

by C. Corbutt, 109 (119) 

—— by Samuel Cousins, 16 (6), 32 (12), 

52 (16), 53 (17), 53 (18), 53 (19), 53 
(20), 53 (21), 53 (22), 53 (23), 53 (24), 

53 (25), 53 (45), 53 (46), 70 (155), 
70 (166), 70 (167), 72 (248), 105 (11), 
105 (12), 105 (13), 105 (15), 105 (18), 
105 (19). 105 (22), 105 (23), 105 (24), 
J05 (25), 160 (I), 185 (157) 



- by J. Dean, 164 (92) 

- by W. Dickinson, 73 (270), 108 (roo), 
109 (137), 109 (143), 163 (84) 

- by J. Dixon, 73 (271), 73 (272), los 
(102), 108 (105), 180 (40) 

- by R. Dunkarton, loS (99) 

- by E. Fisher, 14 (201), 52 (195), loS 
(98), 109 (121), 109 (129), 122 (200), 
164 (89), 165 (115), 181 (43), 181 
(44) 

- by Valentine Green, 28 (184), 55 
(242), io8 (no), 109 (124), 109 (126), 
109 (140), 109 (146), 109 (148), 161 
(27) 

- by J. Grozer, 72 (252), 73 (275), 109 
(136), 109 (141), 164 (105) 

- by C. Hardy, 51 (34) 

- by C. H. Hodges, 109 (137), i6t 
(89) 

- by R. Houston, 7 (121), 73 (276), 
109 (132), 109 (139), 180 (37), 181 
(43), 181 (44) 

- by J. Jacobe, 163 (82) 

- by J. Jones, 44 (919), 54 (loi), loS 
(96), 109 (145), 109 (147), 158 (158;, 
162 (43), 163 (85), 164 (87), 177 (149) 

- by E. Judkins, 75 (263), 180 (35) 

- by J. McArdell, 42 (899), 108 (106}, 
108 (112), 109 (117), 109 (119), io> 
(122), 109 (147), 177 (166), t8o (39), 
181 (44), 181 (47), 181 (48), iSi 
(49) 

- by H. Meyer, 73 (275) 

- by J. Murphy, 163 (85) 

- by R. Purcell, 109 (118), 164 (93) 

- by W. Say, 10 (211) 

- by L. Schlavonetti, 43 (909) 

- by J. K. Sherwin, 10 (209), 109 
(120), 177 (155) 

- by G. S. Shury, 52 (15), 185 (159) 

- by J. R. Smith, 24 (191), 43 (904), 
73 (268), 81 (154), Si (176), 108 (113), 

108 (115), 109 (117), 109 (134), 109 
(135), 109 (142), 121 (i6i), 158 (119), 
161 (27), 165 (114), 165 (116), 180 
(39), x8o (40), 180 (41), 180 (42), l8i 
(45), 181 (46), 181 (47), i8i (50), 181 
(51) 

- by J. Spilsbury, 7^ {-7°), 109 (128) 

- by Thew, 7 (188) 

- by C. Turner, 109 (131), 109 (133), 

109 (138), 159 (194) 

- by J. Ward, 73 (269) 

- by J. Watson, 80 (133), 9 (95), 42 
(898), 73 (273), 73 (274), 73 (276). 
108 (95), 108 (loi), 108 (108), 108 
(109), 108 (in), 108 (114), 108 
(116), 109 (123), 109 (130), 159 (184), 
177 (145), 177 (161), 180 (36), 180 
(37), 180 (38) 



E\'GRAV1NGS AFTER 



INDEX. 



260 



ky T. Watson, 22 (142), 42 (899), 

80 (81), 108 (97), 108 (103), 108 (104), 
109 (125), 159 (i8i), 164 (87), 164 
(88) 

by C. WilkiD, 13 (187), 14 (202), 71 

(205), 179 (1) 

by Sidney E. Wilson, 53 (41), 185 

(163) 

by Zobel, 72 (244) 

Richter, H., by himself, 15 (184) 
Riley, J., by J. Smith, 182 (66) 
Roberts, T. S., by Jukes, 5 (138) 
RobsoD, C, by Bennet, 161 (32) 
Rornney, G., by T. G. Appleton, 29 (214), 
52(9) 

- by Scott Bridgwater, 41 (872), 70 
(162), 70 (103), 71 (217), 72 (241), 
185 (160) 

by M. Cormack, 70 (168) 

■ by W. Dickinson, 180 (20) 

by R. Earlom, 14 (154) 

by E. Leslie Haynes, 161 (30) 

by N. Hirst, 72 (243), 72 (244), 185 

(163) 

by J. Jacobe, 180 (20) 

by J. Jones, 13 (197), 25 (194), 51 

(109), 158 (135), 161 (28), 177 (160) 

by G. Keating, 160 (13) 

by Ogborne, 28 (191), 10 (235) 

■ by R. B. Parkes, 105 (8) 

by J. B. Pratt 70 (168) 

by J. B. Smith, 2 (444), 107 )64), 

162 (42), 180 (22) 

■ by Wehrschmidt, 162 (50) 

by S. E. Wilson, 72 (245) 

Rosenberg, by Descourtis, 176 (91), 176 

(93) 
Ross, Sir W., R.A., by S. BelUn, 40 (858), 

40 (859) 
Rossel, by Dequevauviller, 17 (222) 
Rossetti, D. G., 70 (174) 
RoKlandson, T., by himself, 10 (214), 

108 (93), 112 (238) 
■ by Malton, 4 (197) 

— by B. Pollard, 134 (192) 
Roybet, by Waltner, 185 (169) 
Russell, J., R.A., by C. Knight, 3 ("8), 

122 (199), 8r (157) 

• by Nutter, 13 (179) 

—- by J. R. Smith, 107 (78) 

by P. W. Tomkins, 8 (210), 55 (251), 

72 (253) 
Rubens, P. P., by R. Earlom, loS (S5) 
by Maile and Say, 10 (224) 



SADLER, W. DENOY, BY JAMES 

DOBIE, 40 (857), 96 (107), 120 (45) 



St. Aubin, by A. J. Duclos, 1C3 (62) 
Sandby, Paul, by Peter Benaseck, Paul 

Sandby, and William Elliott, 2 (3£<>) 
Sanders, G., by S. Cousins, 22 (239) 

by C. Turner, 179 (3) 

Sartorius, J. R., by R. Dodd, 112 (2391 

by Peltro, 8 (216), 112 (233) 

by W. Ward, 112 (223) 

Sauerwied, A., by A. Sauerwied, E. 

Scriven, and J. Hill, 22 (215) 

by J. Scriven and J. Hill, 54 (iQ""! 

Scanlan, by J. Harris, 9 (188) 

Sehall, F., by Descourtis, 81 (149) 

by Le Grand, 23 (136) 

Schmalz, H., 53 (49), 97 (135) 
Serbon, by Salathe, 177 (119) 

Serres, J. T., by P. W. Tomkins, 161 (35) 

Seymour, J., 112 (235) 

— — by J. Bodger, no (192), no (193) 

by T. Burford, 43 (914). i^- (244) 

- — ■ by Canning, 81 (181) 

by P. Canot, 112 (234) 

by Major, 112 (235) 

Shark and Agasse, by C. Turner, 112 (247) 
Shayer, J., 5 (130) 

- by C. Hunt, 52 (i49)> 54 (201), 135 
(217) 

Shoe, Sir M. A., P.R.A., by S. Cousins, 

185 (159) 
by H. Meyer, 52 (202) 

by C. Turner, 73 (280) 

Shelley, S., by C. Knight, 163 (74) 
Sherwin, J. K., by himself, 133 (126) 
Sinczenich, P., 10 (232) 

Simpson, by MuUer, 176 (117) 
Singleton, Henry, 107 (67) 

by W. Bond, 22 (227), 56 (264), Ji* 

(13'^) 
by J. Grozer, 81 (140) f^ 

by C. Knight, 105 (27) 

by R. Laurie, 9 (172) 

by W. Nutter, 55 (243) 

— - by F. D. Soiron, 3 (182) 

Smies, M., and Col. Howen, by L. Portman, 

I.) (115) • 
Smith, J. R., by Dubourg, 7 (7(>) 
by himself, 10 (215), i7 (225), i«6 

(35), 106 (42), 106 (54), 107 (70), I<<4 

(106), 164 (107) 

by Meadows, 22 (154) 

by W. Ward, 22 (157), 105 (26) 

Smythe, Capt. Hervey, by P. Sandby, .:8 

(198), 36 (270) 
Snow, by T. Lupton, Si {173) 
Snyders, F., by R. Earlom, 108 (86) 

by C. Turner, 112 (247) 

Spencer, Countess, by Bovi, 121 (142) 
Spilsbury, Miss Maria, by M. Place, 103 

(09) 

by C. Turner, 4 (205) 



INDEX. 



Engravings after 



and F. Wheatley, by J. Godby, 107 

(81) 
Spode, by C. Hunt, 10 (234), 15 (199) 
Steele, Capt., by Havell, 28 (83) 
Stella, by Vendramini, 134 (188) 
Steen, Jan, by V. Green, 2 (320), 80 (125) 
Stothard, T., R.A., 43 (906) 

by Blake, 7 (186) 

by C. Knight, 159 (197) 

by Hutter, 10 (227) 

Stuart, C, 97 (132) 

by Nutter, 7 (77) 

Stuart, Gabriel, by W. Say, 97 (199) 

by J. R. Smith, 43 (902) 

Stubbs, G„ A.R.A., 113 (261), 113 (264), 

113 (249), 113 (268), 113 (256) 
by H. Birche, 113 (250), 113 (259) 

by T. Burke, 113 (255), 113 (270) 

by J. Dixon, 113 (265) 

by Green, 113 (248), 113 (253), 

113 (258), 113 (262), 113 (267), 113 
(270) 

by C. H. Hodges, 113 (257), 113 

(270) 

by C. Hunt, 2+ (229) 

by R. Lawrie, 113 (262) 

by J. Murphy, 113 (265) 

by W. Fether, 113 (257) 

by G. T. Stubbs, 97 (179), "3 (251). 

113 (260), 113 (261), 113 (263), 113 
(264), 113 (266), 113 (254), 113 (265), 
113 (269), 113 (271), 113 (272), 113 
(273). "3 (274), 114 (276), 144 (277), 
121 (102) 

by W. WooUett, 5 (63), "3 (253). 

113 (267). 114 (278) 
Sturgess, J., by E. G. Hester, 2 (464), 6 

(231), 122 (17S) 
Swebach, by Le Coeur, 160 (9) 
Snyders, F., by C. Turner, 7 (i77) 



T 



TAONAY, N. A., BY DESCOURTIS, 17 

(265), 22 (156), 44 (922) 
Taylor, by S. W. Reynolds, 122 (196) 
Thompson, C, by Pollard and Dubourg, 

133 (142) 
Thompson, H., R.A., by J. Ward, 10 (210) 
Thomson, C, by Pollard and Dubourg, 6 

(177) 
Thomson, Elizabeth, by W. T. Davey, 41 

(881) 

by F. Stacpoole, 41 (881) 

Thomson, H., by W. Say, 160 (15), 162 

(58), 163 (80) 
Tomson, C, by J. Scott, 112 (239) 
Thorburn, A., 97 (140) 



Timms, by Fielding and Pugin, 80 (46) 
Towne, C, by Earlom, 161 (22) 
Troy, F. de, by J. Beauvarlet, 44 (925) 
Turner, F. C, 7 (173), m (211), 159 (209), 
112 (246), 3 (479), 159 (210) 

by Hunt, 133 (138) 

by C. and G. Hunt, 98 (257) 

Turner, J. M. W., R.A., 40 (855) 

by T. 0. Barlow, 40 (856) 

by R. Dunkarton, 185 (154) 

by Sir Frank Short, 71 (186), 71 

(189), -I (191), 71 (194) 

by C. Turner, 134 (193) 

Turner, J. M. W., R,A., by F. S. Walker, 

96 (99) 



u 

OPHAM, J. W., BY J. BLUCK, 7 (86) 



V 

VAKDERBACK AND HUDSON, BY J. 

FABER, 34 (99) 
Vangorp, by Horore, 163 (66) 
Vanloo, by Baron, 81 (175) 

by C. Kellaway, 54 (54) 

Vermeer, Jan, by C. L. Duke, 185 (171) 

by van Roggen, 185 (170) 

Vernet, C, by Allais, iii (199) 

by Debucourt, 8 (222), 98 (255), iii 

(199), 112 (237) 

by Levachez, 163 (61) 

Vigee Le Brun, Madame E., 72 (243) 
Villiers, Huet, by A. Cardon, 13 (140) 



w 

WALKER, F., A.R.A., BY R. W. 

MACBETH, 70 (175) 
WaU, W. G., 177 (121) 
Walton, H., by J. Hogg, 10 (239) 

by J. R. Smith, 164 (103) 

Ward, James, R.A., by himself, 80 {135). 

109 (153). 109 (155), no (162), no 

(164), 160 (10) 

by J. Murphy, 109 (158) 

by W. Say, 109 (157) 

by S. W. Reynolds, 109 (154), ic^ 

(156) 

by C. Turner, no (161) 

and W. Ward, 109 (151) 

by W. Ward, 109 (149 , 109 (150). 

109 (152), 109 (160), no (163), no 

(165), i6r (21), 179 (5), 179 (6b) 



Engravings after 



INDEX. 



271 



Watteau, A., by Surugue, 44 (926) 
Watts, G. F., R.A., by Sir F. Short, 71 

(195) 
Weaver, Thos., by C. Turner, 162 (49) 

by W. Ward, 162 (47) 

■ after R. Woodman, iii (195), 112 

(232) 
and G. Garrard, by W. Ward, 162 

(48) 
Webster, G., by J. Hill, 5 (140) 
Weigall, C. H., by J. Fahey, 165 (134) 
West, B., P.R.A., by W. Dickinson, 28 

(147) 

by WooHett, 13 (199) 

Westall, R., R.A,, 72 (247), 81 (170),, 160 
(2) 

by A. Cardon, 160 (7) 

by Gaugain, 2 (445) 

by himself, 177 (156) 

by R. M. Meadows, 73 (260) 

by Nutter, Ogboume, and Gaugain, 

28 (179) 

• by Ogborne, 16 (71) 

• by L. Schiavonetti, 43 (909) 

■ by J. R. Smith, 55 (244), 133 (133), 

158(111) 
Wheatley, F., R.A., 108 (91), 165 (129) 
by J. Alais, io8 (91) 

by Barney, 51 (61) 

by F, Bartolozzi, 28 (180), 112 (241), 

180 (-6) 

by F. Bonfoy, 121 (154) 

• by A. Cardon, 163 (70) 

by Delattre, 81 (160) 

by Gaugain, 81 (138) 

by H. Gillbank, 5 (i47), 160 (17) 

by R. Laurie, 108 (88) 

by Murphy, 5 (155) 

by W. Nutter, 72 (254), 165 (130) 

by Richards, 14 (146) 

• by Schiavonetti, 178 (174) 

■ by R. Stanier, 105 (26) 

by W. Ward, 98 (247) 

by Whessell, 13 (180) 

and Maria Spilsbury, by J. Godby, 

107 (81) 
Whessell, J., by himself, 53 (246), no 

(189) 
Whistler, J. McNeill, 70 (178), 70 (179) 



by P. Hahn, 133 (13) 

by R. Josey, 16 (3), iG (4) 

Whitcombe, T., by Jeakes, 28 (99), a8 

(100) 

by Wells and Chesham, 43 (913) 

Wilkie, Sir David, R.A., by H. Meyer, 97 

(217) 
Wilkin, C, by himself, 2 (353), 2 (356), 16 

(104), 16 (105), 51 (103), 31 (104) 
Williams, W., 55 (228) 
Wilson, B., by James McArdell, 6 (198) 
Wimperis, E. M., by W. Hole, 97 (131) 
Wissing, W., by J. Smith, 182 (66) 
Wolf, by Descourtis, 176 (92) 

by Janinet, 176 (94), 176 (95) 

Wolstenholme, J. Dean, 133 (137), 15 

(179), S (226), 54 (200), 56 (271) 

by Jeakes and Clarke, in (206) 

by Reeve, 2 (451), 3 (480), 4 (200), 

28 (192), III (202), III (220) 

by S. W. Reynolds, 161 (22) 

by D. Wolstenholme, Junr., in 

(207), III (208) 
Wombill, by C. Hunt, 159 (207) 
Woodford, S., by J. R. Smith, 8 (206), 10 

(237) 

by James Ward, 23 (186) 

Wootton, J., by B. Baron, in (201) 

by C. Canot, in (200) 

Wouvermans, P., 112 (236) 
Wright, R., by W. WooUett, 13 (120) 
Wyke, J., by R. Sheppard, 112 (234) 



ZEITER, BY J. EGAN, loS (92) 
Zoffany, J., R.A., by R. Earlom 73 (277), 

106 (39), 108 (87), 165 (135) 
by Finlayson, 55 (222) 

by V. Green, 107 (75) 

by R. Houston, 107 (73) 

by J. Young, 14 (203), 73 (278), 164 

(no) 



ANON. 

C. H., by S, G. Hughes, 13 (i45) 

R. F., by himself, 16 (169) 



ENGRAVINGS. 



ENGRAVINGS BY 



ADAM, A., AFTER HOPPNER. 

Harmony, 55 (253), 98 (283) 
AfiSeck, Andrew F. 

Monastery of St. Jerome, 1 (72), 6 

(223) 
Paris : St. Germain L'Auxerrois, i 

(65), 9 (57) 
Sisors, I (66), 9 (5S) 
Agar, J., after R. Cosway. 

Duff, Mrs., 43 (918), 55 (233), 72 

(250) 
Heathcote, Lady, 72 (249) 
Alais, J., after C. Vernet. 
La Chasse, 11 1 (199) 
L'Entree dans de Bois, iii (199) 

alter F. Wheatley. 

Juvenile opposition, 108 (91) 
Aliz, P. M., after himself. 

PrevUle, P. L. Dubus, 161 (24) 
Arabian, Hackney and the hunter, 

134 (170, 171, and 172) 
Badger catching ; and Match at the 

Beagles, 134 (176 and 177) 
Beagles, 134 (164) 
Bear baiting, 134 (168) 
Cock lighting, 134 (167) 
Aiken, Henry. 

A cool customer, 9 (176) 
Coursing, 7 (159), 134 (173) 
Dog "Crab," 134 (166) 
Drawing the badger, 134 (178) 
Epsom races, i (278) 
Foxhounds, 134 (163) 
Fox-hunting, 25 (201), 51 (71), 54 

(195), 81 (167). 81 (168) 
Fox-hunting versus politics, 164 (95) 
Going to cover ; Full cry ; The leap ; 

and The death, 1 (279) 
Grand Leicestershire steeplechase, 

52 (21S), 121 (177) 
Hawking, 134 (180) 
High-mettled racer, 51 (140) 



Hurdle race, 56 (272), 121 (174) 
Leicestershire, in (204) 
Leicestershire covers, 51 (56) 
The meet, 9 (177) 
" National Sports of Great Britain," 

166 (142) 
Newmarket ; Epsom '; Ipswich ; and 

Ascot Heath, 7 (160) 
Owling, 134 (179) 
Pheasant — Grouse — Woodcock — and 

Partridge shooting, 159 (212) 
Pigeon match, 134 (174) 
Pointer, 133 (160) 
Prize-fight, 134 (169) 
Setters, 134 (162) 
Shooting, 98 (256) 
Sledging, 134 (182) 
Spaniel, 134 (161) 
Sporting meeting in the Highlands, 

134 (175) 
Sporting miller, 164 (95) 
Staghounds, 133 (158) 
Stag ; Hare ; Fox-hunting ; and 

Coursing, 23 (146) 
Steeplechase, A, 23 (159) 
Terriers, 134 (165) 
Title-page, The, 133 (157) 
Water-fowl shooting, 134 (iSi) 
Water spaniels, 133 (159) 

and Reeve, after W. P. Hodges. 

Chase, The, in (203) 
Death of the roebuck, in (203) 
Aiken, S. 

Coursing and pheasant shooting, 121 

(170) 

after Garrard. 

" Soldier," 11.: (240) 
Allom, T., after C. Heaphy. 

View of Nelson Haven in Tasman'~ 

Gulf ; and View of the part of the 

town of Wellington, N.Z., 6 (206) 
Anderson, S. 

Somerset House, i (37) 
Annis, W. T., after Nortbcote. 
Brown, Miss, 1A4 (no) 



276 



INDEX. 



Engravings by 



AnseU, W. 

La Cour de I'Ange Gabriel! Requier, 
I (171) 
Anselm, after Caresme. 

Le Satyre impatient, 17 (247) 
Appleton, T. G., after G. Romney. 

Gower family (Marquess of Stafford's 
children), 53 (9) 

Hamilton, Lady, as the Ambassa- 
dress, 29 (214) 
Arendsen, P. J., after Gainsborough. 

Devonshire, Duchess of, 185 (166) 
Arundel Society. 

Lithographs, 190 (1-4) 
Atkinson, T. L. 

Sophia, Princess, 52 (10) 



B 



BACHER, OTTO. 

Venice, Scenes in, r (61) 
Baird, Johnstone. 

On the Dee ; and River scene, 65 

(3) 
Waterloo Bridge ; and The Pool, 
with distant view of Tower Bridge, 
65 (4) 

after A. F. AiBeck. 

Loches ; and Drawbridge, Cawder 
Castle, 67 (44) 
Baldrey, John, after Hoppner. 
Evelina, 13 (188) 

and Shepheard, after Bunbury. 

Market woman, 165 (112) 
Balechu, J. J., and fardieu, J., after 
J. M. Nattier. 

La Terre ; and Le Feu, 44 (926) 
Barlow, T. 0., after J. W. W. Turner. 

Vintage at Macon, 40 (S56) 
Barnard, W., after L. F. Abbott. 

Davidson, Alexander, Member of 
Legislative Council, Quebec, 17 
(224) 
Nelson, Lord, 23 (171), 164 (90) 

after G. Norland. 

Country butcher. The, 165 (126) 
Shepherd, The, 55 (235) 

after R. K. Porter. 

English and Scottish peasant boys, 
10 (240) 
Barney, J., after himself. 

Thatcher, The, 72 (254), 98 (271), 

121 (151) 
Woodman, The, 121 (151) 

after Wheatley. 

Fisherman's return, 51 (6r) 
Baron, B., after J. Wootton. 
Hare-hunting, in (201) 



after Vanloo. 

Prince and Princess of Wales, 81 
(175) 
Barra'Jd, W. 

Davis, Charles, and Mr. Will Long, 
112 (246) 
Bartoloti. 

Fair penitent, 106 (50) 
after Morland. 

Constancy ; and Variety, 15 (177) 

Virtuous parent. The ; and The 
elopement, 28 (177) 
Bartolozzi, Francisco, B.A. 

Cromwell, Oliver ; and WTiite, 
Jeremiah, 81 (159) 

Cupid and Psyche, 6 (187) 

King Henry and Fair Rosamond, 8 : 
(159) 

Mansion House dinner tickets, ■=; 
(62) 

Tickets, seven on one sheet, 13 
(122) 

Venus and Cupid, 165 (129) 
after J. H. BenweU. 

St. Giles' bpauty, 163 (67) 
after H. Bunbury. 

Auld Robin Gray, 8 (236) 

Connubial happiness, 98 (265) 

Love and honour, 6 (159), 28 (152) 

Lucy of Leinster ; and Margaret's 
tomb, 23 (134) 
after Cipriani. 

Happy father, 81 (158) 

Hebe and Bacchante, 28 (153) 

Music, 121 (155) 

Psyche going to bathe, 134 (189) 

Psyche going to bathe ; and Psyche 
going to dress, 17 (231), 52 (19S), 
122 (202) 

Tancred and Erminia, 97 (211) 

Venus bathing, 17 (230) 

Wisdom, 134 (191) 
after R. Cosway. 

Caroline, Princess of Wales i (i88d) 

Fair moralist and her pupil (Mrs. 
Hardingei, 164 (108) 

Portrait of a lady, 178 (168) 

Princess Charlotte .\ugusta, 133 (107) 

Venus and Adonis, 55 (234) 
after F. Cotes. 

Beauclerc, Lady Catherine, 55 (252) 
after Gainsborough Dupont. 

Pitt, Rt. lion. Waiiam, 43 (911) 
after L. Guttenbrunn. 

Apollo and the Muses, 165 (130) 
after W. Hamilton. 

Castle in danger, 133 (134) 

Morning, 24 (226) 

Spring, 6 (168) 

Sununer, 6 (162) 



Engravings by 



INDEX. 



after Harming. 

The sword ; and The daace, S (201) 

after H. Holbein. 

Audlcy, Lai!y, The ; and Suffolk, 

Duche;^ of, 43 (915) 
Holbein, Hans, and his wife, 43 (916) 
More, Sir Thomas, 177 (131) 

after A. Kantlmaii. 

Birth of Shake=peare, 6 (226) 

Ceres, 163 (73) 

Classical subjects, 28 (176) 

Conjugal peace, 158 (loi) 

Cordelia, 15 (181) 

Damon and Musidora, 8 (235) 

Grey, Lady Jane ; and Sir John 

Gaze, 163 (73) 
Griselda, lo (203) 
Invention ; Design ; Composition ; 

and Colouring, 55 (227* 
Love and beauty, 165 (112) 
Maria, 43 (90&) 
Queen Margaret, 163 (72) 
Religion, 134 (191) 
Rhodope, 24 (150) 
Seeing ; and Feeling, 24 (154) 
Shakespeare's tomb, 163 (72) 
Summer, 162 (57) 
Tancred and Clorinda, 97 (211) 
Venus and Diana, 158 (102) 
Venus attired by the Graces, 15 (180) 

after Sir Thos. Lawrence. 

Farren, Miss (Countess of Derby), 13 
(191) 

after Be?. M. Peters. 

Deathbed of the Just, 10 (225) 
Exalted soul. The, 178 (179) 
Pious family, The, 72 (246) 

.. after Sir J. Reynolds. 

Bingham, Hon. Anne, 43 (917) 
Burghersh, Lord, 55 (254) 
Cottagers, The, 97 (204) 
Fortune-teller, The, 16 (74) 
Foster, Lady Elizabeth, 24 (201) 
Harrington, Countess of, and chil- 
dren, 165 (113) 
Kaufiman, Angelica, 55 (249) 
Miss Emily Pott, as " Tha s," 109 

(144) 
Smythe, Lady, and children, 71 (203), 
165 (113) 

after F. Wheatley. 

Edmund, 28 (180) 

Return from shooting, 112 (241), 180 
(26) 
Bas, J. P. Le, after Coehin. 

France, Views in, 161 (33) 
Baskett, C. H. 

Whitstable, The silver moon, 69 (154) 
Baadonin, P. A. 

Lady at ber toilet, 17 (261) 



Bauer, M. 

Ali Baba, C7 (45) 
Baxter, G. 

Abbeville, 5 (4), 84 (137), 84 (14S) 
Allied Sovereigns, The, 12 (264), 27 

(281) 
Andalusians, 3 (19), 84 (141) 
Arctic expedition, 84 (210) 
Australia, 12 (261), 26 (.2n), 132 

(303) 
Belle of the village, 11 (223\), ir 
(224), II (220), 132 (264), 132 (265) 
Boys, with kite in a tree in " Tales 

of Truth,*' 84 (207), 85 (238) 
Bride, The, on music, 11 (242), 12 
(262), 25 (180), 27 (257). 84 (203), 
85 (243)- 131 (230), 131 (231) 
Bridesmaid, The, 3 (7), 11 (209), 11 
(217), 12 (253), 26 (227). 26 (235), 
27 (271), 85 (250), 85 (252), 85 
(260), 132 (323), 132 (324), 132 (325), 
132 (3^6) 
British troops on road to Windle- 

sham, 85 (241) 
Buccleuch's, Duke of, residence at 

Richmond, 25 (160), 84 (136) 
Chalees Satoon, 85 (214) 
Circassian lady at her bath, 132 (266) , 

132 (268) 
Claremont, 25 (170) 
Cluster of Passion flowers and roses, 

II (241) 
Conchologists, 12 (249), 26 (209), 27 

(261), 84 (194) 
Copper, your Honour ! 26 (198), 26 

(203), 84 (183), 84 (208) 
Cornfield, The, 84 (200), 132 (247). 

132 (248) 
Coronation, 132 (344) 
Coronation of Queen Victoria, 85 

(232, 233, 234, 235, 236) 
Crossing the brook, 84 (189) 
Crystal Palace and gardens, 84 (121; 
Crystal Palace gems. No. 3 and 

No. 6, 12 (268) 
Daughter of the Regiment, ir (194). 

27 (270) 
Day before marriage, 3 (6), 11 (211, 
214), 26 (222, 225), 27 (273). 85 
(220, 247, 253), 86 (262, 265), 132 
(315, 316. 317, 318) 
Jenny Dean's interview witU tii? 

Queen, 25 (105) 
Derwentwater, 84 (134) 
Dovedale, 25 (163), 84 (142) 
Emperor William, 131 (209A) 
Empress Eugenie, 11 (190), 12 (25S), 

25 (177, 178), 131 (214. 215) 
Fairy scenes; and Pas de Trois, 12 
(263) 



2-]% 



INDEX. 



Engravixgs by 



First impression, 84 (190), 132 (312) 
First lesson, 84 (199, 206), 131 (232, 

233) 
Fisherman's home. 25 (161), 26 (189), 

84 (138), 85 (215), 132 (254, 255) 
Flora, II (239), 8g (246), 131 (235, 

236) 
Folkestone, Near, 84 (135) 
Fruit girl of the .'Mps, 11 (240), 12 

<252), 26 (234. 236), 27 (288), 85 

(228, 249), 86 (261, 264), 132 

(333A) 
Gardener's shed, The, 11 (229), 12 

(271), 26 (226), 27 (275, 282), 85 

(221, 254) 
Gems of the Crystal Palace — No. 1, 

The exterior, 85 (222) 
Gems of the Great Exhibition, No. i. 

12 (257) 
Gems of the Great Exhibition, No. 2, 

84 (123) 
Gems of tlie Great Exhibition, Nos. i, 

2, 3, and 4, 131 (128) 
Gems, Nos. i, 2 and 5, 84 (124) 
Gleaners, 12 C253), 84 {201) 
Great Exhibition, Interior of, 12 

(257), 84 (123, 125, 131 (142) 
Great Exhibition, Exterior, 84 (125), 

131 (142) 
Greek dance, and Harem set, 130 

(125) 
Harvest time, 26 (193) 
Hastings, Lover's seat, 85 (214) 
Heroes of India, 27 (260) 
Holland, River scene, 5 (5), 84 

(139) 
Hollyhocks, 132 (334, 335), 26 (224) 
Holy Family, 27 (266) 
Hop garden, The, 26 (194), 85 (213), 

131 (245, 246) 
Houses of Parliament, 12 (250) 
I don't like it ! 11 (236) 
Ilkley, View near, 25 (162), 84 (147) j 
Illustrations to books, 130 (90-97) 1 
Indians reposing, 26 (237) | 

Indian settlement, 25 (158) 
Infantile jealousy, 27 (269 
Insignia of the Orders of Knighthood, 

26 (220) 
King of the French leaving Eu, 5 (6), 

84 (140), 132 (249, 251, 252) 
Knibb, Rev. William, 27 (276), 85 

(242) 
1-anding of Her Majesty at Queens- 
town, 131 (190) 
La tarantelle, 26 {213), 84 (187) 
Launch of the " Trafalgar," 85 (237) 
Lind, Jenny, 11 (245), 12 (251), 27 

(259), 84 (179) 
Little gardeners, 26 (212), 132 (253) 



Lover's letter-box, 3 (5), 11 (207, 
212, 219), 26 (223, 233, 241), 27 
(272), 85 {229, 248), 86 (263), 132 
(319, 320, 321, 322) 

Lucerne, Lake, 11 (222, 223, 225), 
26 (239, 242), 27 (284), 85 (218, 

225, 255, 257, 2?0) 

May Queen, The, set, 12 (266) 

" Me warm now " ; and Cape Wilber- 

force, 12 (260) 
Rev. Moffatt, 3 (2), 12 (247) 
Morning : View from Richmond Hill, 

25 (166) 
Mountain stream, with Indians re- 
posing, 132 (313. 314) 
Napoleon, 84 (175) 
Napoleon I, 11 (197), 84 (168), 131 

(217, 218, 219) 
Napoleon III, 12 (258), 25 (178) 
Needlebox prints, 11 (246), 130 (124, 

127.4) 
Nelson, Lord, 84 (178), 131 (223, 224, 

225) 
News from Australia. 12 (248) 
News from home, 12 (261), 26 (201, 

202, 214), 132 (303) 
Opening of Parliament, 85 (232, 2 .3, 

235), 132 (344) 
Ordinance of baptism. The, 11 (228), 

12 (256), 27 (274), S3 (83) 
Parting look, 11 (227), 26 (240, 243), 

85 (230, 251), 132 (336) 
Paul and Virginia, 5 (28) 
Sir Robert Peel, 11 (198), 84 (175), 

131 (209B, 210, 211) 
Prince Albert, 11 (206, 244), 12 (262), 
25 (175). 26 (185), 27 (258), 85 (243), 
131 (200, 207) 
Prince Albert in Hussar uniform, 11 

(200), 85 (216), 131 (204) 
Prince .Albert and Queen on balcony, 

84 (172) 
Prince Ferderick, 11 (190), 25 (177) 
Prince of Prussia, 85 {212) 
Prince of Wales, 12 (254), 131 (201, 

202) 
Prince of Wales in military uniform, 

27 (268) 
Prince of Wales landing at Osborne, 

26(211) 
Princess Royal, ii (191, 199), 85 

(212), 131 (212, 213) 
Pritchard, Capt., 130 (98) 
Queen Victoria, with hand on table. 
II (192, 206), 25 (175). 26 (185, 
186), 131 (205, 206, 207) 
Queen Victoria with peculiar head- 
dress, 84 (181) 
Queen Victoria, De la Rue's, 131 
(203A) 



Ekgravings by 



INDEX. 



279 



Queen and heroes of India, 130 (122) 

Large Queen, 132 (343) 

Queen on Dais, 84 (167) 

Queen's floral needlebox set, 12 (267) 

Reception ; and Massacre of Rev. T. 

Williams, 3 (I), 12 (265), 27 (263), 

83 (80), 85 (245), 130 (107), 132 

(340, 341, 342) 
Reconciliation, The, 11 (216), 26 

(218), 27 (265), 132 (260, 261, 262, 

263) 
Regal needlebox set, 130 (127) 
Returning from prayer, 11 (237), 26 

(191), 84 (198, 204) 
Review of the British Fleet at Ports- 
mouth, and companion, 25 (142) 
Richmond Hill, View of, 84 (146) 
Royal Exchange, 25 (167) 
St. Bernard dogs, 11 (208, 213), 12 

(259, 269, 272), 26 (232, 244), 27 

(279, 286, 290), 85 (224, 227, 231, 

25'j), 86 (266), 132 (337, 338, 339) 
Sax lour blessing the bread ; and 

Descent from the Cross, 25 (112) 
Sebastopol, 84 (211), 131 (185) 
Shall I succeed ? 26 (204), 84 (188), 

85 (240) 
Short change, 84 (186, 205) 
Small bride, The, 84 (165), 131 (203, 

209) 
So nice ! 84 (195), 85 (239) 
So tired ! 11 (235), 85 (239) 
Stolzenfels, 84 (209) 
Summer, 11 (221), 26 {197, 207, 231, 

238), 27 (289), 85 (223, 259), 132 

(327, 328, 329, 330, 331, 332, 333) 
Tarantella dance. The, 25 (145) 
Tintem Abbey, 84 (209) 
Treflz Jetty,! i (201), 84 (180), 131(200) 
Veiled vt-;tal, n (238) 
Verona, 25 (164), 84 (96, 153, 202) 
Vive I'Empcreur, 131 (212, 213, 214, 

215) 
Waterhouse, Rev. J., 26 (221) 
VVaterhouse, Rev. J., superintending 

the landing of the missionaries, 27 

(287), 83 (81), 85 (219, 244) 
Wellington, Duke of, 25 (174), 131 

(226, 227, 228, 229) 
Wellington, Duke of, without arm, 

II (193) 
Wellington's funeral, 26 (195), 27 

(267), 131 (241) 
Wesley, Rev. John, 11 (i»7), 84 

(177), 131 (220, 221, 222) 
Williams, Rev., 3 (3), 12 (247) 
Winter, 11 (218, 221, 22C), 26 (207, 

231, 238), 27 (285, 289), 84 (127), 

85 (223, 226, 259), 132 (327, 328, 

3^9, 330, 331. 332> 333) 



Wreck of the " Reliance," 27 (264, 

283), S3 (82), 130 (116) 
Wye, Rock quarry on the, 84 (127) 
" Yes, I am come of high degree ! " 
title-page from " Tale of the Great 
and Brave," 11 (243), 83 (95) 

alter Lance. 

Fruit piece, 26 (205) 
Baynes, after Lt. Hornbrook. 

Montreal from the Mount, Lower 
Canada, North America, 2 (368) 
Bayot, after C. Nebel. 

United States and Mexico, illustra- 
tions of principal battles, 80 (121) 
Beau, P. A. le, after C. Eisen. 

La vertu sous la garde de la fidelity, 
17 (237) 
Beauvarlet, J. P. 

Moliere, io5 (37) 

after DeiTroy. 

Toilette pour le Bal ; and Retour du 
Bal, 44 (925) 
Beckett, J., after Kneller. 

Varborough, Mrs., 179 (13) 
Bejot, E. 

Le Pont des Saints Peres, 67 (46) 
Le Canal St. Martin ; and La Cite, 

65 (6) 
Paris, La Morgue, Pont St. Louis ; 

and La Palais D'Orsay, 63 (3) 
Paris, La Quai des Orfevres ; Paris, 
La Quai de Bethune ; Paris, La 
Quai D'Anjou, 65 (7) 
Paris, La Teur St. Jacques ; Paris, 
La Bastille ; La Porte, Henri IV 
65 (S) 
Bell, E., after Sir W. Beechey, R.A. 

Gipsy woman. The (Duchess of 

Devonshire), 10 (229), 15 (203) 
Nelson, .Admiral Lord, 165 (118) 

after G. Morland. 

Delicate embarrassment or the rival 
friends, 121 (162) 
BelUn, S., after Sir W. Ross. 

Burdett, Sir Francis, 40 (858, 859) 
Benazech, Peter, Paul Sandby, and 
William Elliot, after Paul Sandby. 
View on Hudson Rivpr, etc., 2 

(3S9) 
Bennet, after Robson. 

Durham Cathedral, 161 (32) 
Bentley, C, after H. Aiken. 

Death, The ; and Going to rover, 

165 (137) 
Fox-hunting, 35 (203) 
Grand Leicestershire steeplechase, 14 
(1731 

alter G. Pollard. 

Birmingham Tallv-ho ! coaches, 175 
(119) 



j8o 



INDEX. 



Engr.vvings by 



Hunt, C, and J. Edge, after Lt.-Col. 

Cockburn. 

Falls of Niagara, 177 (128) 
Berkeley, S. 

Claire de Lune, 96 (86) 
Berthoud. 

March of the Intellect and Invention, 
7 (165) 
Bettelini. 

Madame Storace, 6 (167) 
Beugo, J., after Sir H. Raeburn. 

Speus. Dr. Nathaniel, 107 (66) 
Bigg, W. R., R.A. 

Romps ; and Truants, 54 (59) 
Saturday morning, 158 (180) 
Birche, H., after T. Gainsborough. 
Cottage children, 107 (82) 

after G. Stubbs. 

Gamekeepers, 113 (250) 
Labourers and gamekeepers, 113 (259) 
Blake, W. S. 

New South Wales, View of the town 

of Sydney, 5 (153) 
Richmond, \"iew of, 5 (153) 

after Stothard. 

Queen Eleanor, 7 (186) 
Bleeck, P. van, after Lely. 
Gwynne, Nell, 179 (13) 

after Rembrandt. 

Rembrandt, 180 (18) 
Blooteling, A. 

Admiral Jan Everts, 7 (144) 
Blot, M., after J. B. Fragonard. 
Le contract, 163 (64) 
Le \'errou, 17 (239) 
Bluck, J., after J. W. Upham. 

Weymouth, View of ; and Wey- 
mouth and Portland, View of, 7 (86) 

and Nichols, after Reinagle. 

Coursing, 9 (174) 

after J. Seymour. 

Carriage match. The, 9 (179), no 

(192) 
Trains of running horses at New- 
market, no (193), 159 (208) 
Boilvin, E., after J. L. E. Meissonier. 

Generals in the snow, 72 (239) 
Bond, W., after De Koster. 

Shepherd boy and dog, 106 (50) 

after G. norland. 

Farmer's visit to his married daughter 
in town ; and The visit returned, 81 
(152) 
Weary sportsman, The, no (174) 

after Eir T. Lawrence. 

Woodland maid. The, 13 (176) 

after H. Singleton. 

Education, 56 (264) 

Smith Mrs. Loraine, 22 (227), 158 i 
(136) I 



Bone, Muirhead. 

Ballantrae road, 68 (74) 

Building, 68 (77) 

Cambridge, Moore's "i'ard, 182 (92) 

Charing Cross, The great gantry, 68 

(73), 182 (94) 
Chiswick Mall, 68 (75) 
Demolition of St. James's Hall, 183 

(93) 
Dry dock. The, 183 (100) 
Gorbals, 183 (97) 
Hampstead Heath, 68 (72) 
Liberty's clock, 68 (76), 182 (90) 
Old jail. The, 183 (96) 
Oxfordshire, 67 (71) 
Stirling Castle, 182 (91) 
Title : King Street entry, 183 (95) 
Tontine Gates, 183 (98) 
WTiiteinch, Shipbuilders, 183 (99) 
Bonnefoy, after Blaisot. 

Le berger complaisant, 6 (192) 
Bonfoy, F., after F. Wheatley. 

Lindor and Clara, 121 (154) 
Bonnet, Louis, after F. Boocber. 
Head of a girl, 180 (34) 
L' Amour prie Venus de lui rendre 

ses armes, 23 (140) 
Portrait of a lady, 23 (135) 
Borrodale and V. Green. 

Canterbury, \'iew of, 97 (218) 
Bottieelli. 

Primavcra (.\rundel print), 27 (64) 
Boulard, A., after FTan(;ois Flameng. 
La Revue, 184 (144) 
Vive I'Empereur ! 184 (143) 

• after J. L. E. Meissonier. 

Dimanche, 39 (852), 184 (142) 

Le voyageur, 72 (23s), 183 (i2o), 184 

(140) 
Piquet, 184 (141) 
Bovi, M., after Bone. 

-■Vdmiral van Tromp, 7 (129) 

after Cipriani. 

Diana, 35 (220) 

after Countess Spe»cer. 

Education, 121 (142) 
Bowles, Carrington. 

Pretty milliners, 81 (156) 
London, Views of, 164 (94) 
Bowyer, R. 

Campaign of Waterloo, 97 (243) 
Boxer, P. Noel. 

.MacNab, 53 (33) 
Boydell, J. 

Shakespeare Gallery, 80 (136) 
Boys, T. S. 

Blackfriars from Southwark Bridge — 
London Bridge, and Westminster, 
134 (20S) 



Engravings by 



INDEX. 



.'8t 



Bneqaemond, F. 

An old cock, 67 (59) 
Diana bathing, i (59) 

after J. L. E. Meissonier. 

La Rixe, 183 (119) 

Brangw;n, F., A.R.A. 

Barnard Castle, the old bridge, 71 (221) 
Bridge builders, 67 (47) 
Bruges, The brewery, 67 (50) 
Building, South Kensington Museum, 

67 (48) 
Cahors, The Cloisters, 3 (49) 
Cahors, Valentre Bridge, 3 (53) 
London Bridge, No. 2, 65 (9) 
Paris, St. Nicholas Church, 3 (54) 

4 (221), 72 (233) 
Pertheny, Washhouse, 3 (51), 4 (220) 
St. Cirq, Village shop, 3 (50) 
Venice, Bridge of Sighs, 67 (49), 72 

(232) 
Venice, Browning's house, 72 (231) 
Venice, Santa Maria della Salute, 72 

(230) 
Winchelsea, Black Mill, 3 (52) 

Bridgwater, H. Scott. 
Bank>, .Mrs., 52 (8) 

alter Gainsborough. 

Elliott, Mrs., 185 (165) 

after J. Hoppner. 

Duncombe, Lady Charlotte, 53 (42), 

70 (160) 
Frankland, Sir Thomas, daughters of, 

70 (164), 71 (216) 
Mildmay, Lady, and child, 72 (240) 
Waldegrave, Lady, 70 (159) 

after Sir T. Lawrence. 

Leitrim, Countess of,and child, 41 (871) 
Offley, Mrs. Cunlifie, 70 (161), 185 

(161, 164) 
Thornton, Mrs., 70 (159), 72 (242), 
1S5 (161, 165) 

after G. Bomney. 

Acton, Mrs. Lee, 70 (163), 72 (241), 
Hamilton, L.ady, Head of, 41 (872) 
Hamilton, Lady, as " Circe," 71 (217) 
Trotter, Mrs., of the Bush, 70 (162) 
Ward, Mrs. Townley, 185 (160) 

Bromley and Willmore. 

Battle of Waterloo, 43 (913) 

Brooks, after Hoare. 

Chesterfield, Earl of, 13 (151) 

Browne, A., after Sir P. Leiy. 

Henry Sidney, son to Robert, Earl 
of Leicester, 106 (37) 

Brunet-Debaines, A., after Constable. 
Haywain, The, 25 (207), 53 (48) 

after Johnson. 

Fingal's cave, 96 (98) 

after MuUer.! 

Eel Bucks at Goring, 70 (175) 



Bryne, W., after T. Hearne. 

Haymaking ; The dairy ; The corn- 
field ; and Threshing, 14 (144) 
Baek, Adam. 

Greenwich, Woolwich, Reading and 
Bath, Views of, 121 (85) 

Hope, 122 (201) 

London, from the Thames, Views of, 
120 (84) 

Mother's hope, 10 (208) 

Summer, 4 (199), 8 (241), 15 (204) 
Bubot, Felix. 

Debarquement en .\ngleterre ; L'Em- 
barcadSre a Trouville ; Un Grain 
a Trouville, 66 (12) 

Guardiens du Logis ; La Dame aux 
Cygnes ; Les Petites Chaumieres, 
65 (II) 

Illustrations to " La Vieille Mai- 
tresse " ; Deux bottes, 66 (14) 

La Falaise ; and Taverne du Bagne, 

65 (10) 

Matinee d'Automne ; Ronde du Nuit ; 
Spleen en Ideal, 65 (13) 
Banbury, H. 

Hyde Park, 4 (234) 
Bnrford, T., after J. Seymour. 

Fox-hunting subjects, 43 (914) 
Going to the hunt ; Horse race , 
Partridge and pheasant shoot- 
ing; and Rubbing down, 112 
(244) 
Burke, Thos., after A. Kaullman. 
.\bra, 13 (200) 
Alexander resigning Campaspe to 

.Apollo, 160 (6) 
.Angelica and Sacriponte, 8 (200) 
Classical subjects, 28 (182) 
Cleopatra and .Augustus, 160 (6) 
Conjugal peace, 24 (151) 
Cupid discovered ; and Cupid dis- 
armed, 160 (5) 
Una, 3 (187), 14 (129) 

after G. Stubbs. 

" Eclipse," 113 (255, 270) 

and Nutter, after Bigg. 

Saturday morning ; and Evening, 
5 {145) 
Borridge, Fred. 

Harlech ; and A march of .voters, 

66 (16) 

Pride of North Devon ; an J W'hiaht 
weather, 66 (15) 
Burrows, after Morland. 

Belinda, 13 {190) 
Butterswortb and Roberts, after T. 
Butterswortb. 

Nelson, Admiral Lord, Bust of, 42 
(885) 



282 



INDEX. 



Engravings by 



CALDWELL, J., AFTER CARTER. 

Engagement between " Quebec " and 

" Serveillante," 98 {252) 

after Opie. 

Crowning the bujt of Linnaes, 134 

(199) 

after Reynolds. 

Children in the wood, 109 (120) 
CsUot, J. 

Collection of engravings, 162 (40) 
Les Miseres et les Malheurs de la 

Guerre, 42 (894) 
Cameron, D. Y. 

Amboise, 69 (124I 

Ardennes, A valley of the, 68 (104) 

Avenue, The ; and Stirling Castle, 6S 

(85) 
Belgian set, 68 (95-104) 
Blois, St. Laumer, 69 (123) 
Bruges, Belfry of, 68 (100) 
Bruges, Gateway of, 68 (95) 
Bruges, La Maison Noire, 68 (97) 
Caen, Old St. Etienne, 68 (92) 
Campagnetta, Farm gateway, 68 (81) 
Chartres, 68 (91) 
Chinon, 69 (12:) 
Craigievar, 68 (94) 
Crucifix, The, 68 (in), 183 (iii) 
Damme, 68 (99) 
Dinant, 68 (103) 
Dinant, Notre Dame, 68 (102) 
Doge's Palace, iSj (112) 
Dutch village, 68 (79) 
Five sisters, York, 183 (118) 
Florence, The Little Devil at, 68 (93), 

183 (115) 
Florence, Ponte della Trinita, 68 (82) 
Florence, Ponte Vecchio, 68 (108) 
Haarlem, 68 (78) 
Harfleur, 69 (125) 
Joannis Darius, 69 (119) 
La Roche, 68 (96) 
Old La Roche, 68 (loi) 
Loches, 69 (121) 
Meuse, The, 68 (97) 
Mosque doorway, 183 (117) 
Pluscarden, 68 (88) 
Robert Lee's workshop, 69 (126), 

183 (116) 
Saint Mark's, 69 (ii8, 120) 
St. Merri, 68 (87), 183 (114) 
San Giorgio Maggiore, 68 (107) 
Siena, 69 (116) 
Smithy, The, 68 (no) 
Still waters, 68 (89). 183 (113) 
Stirling Castle, 68 {85) 
Stirling, Broad Street, 69 (115) 



Stirling Castle, The Gargoyles, 6S 
(n3l 

Stirling, Mar's work, 68 (90) 

Stirling Castle, The palace, 68 (106), 
69 {114) 

Stirling, Unicorn, 68 (105) 

Sycamore, The, 68 (84) 

Tolbooth, The Canougate, 68 (86) 

Tours, Place Plumereau, 68 (83) 

Venetian convent, 68 (80) 

Venetian palace. A, 68 (112) 

Venice, The Abbazia, 69 (117) 

Venice, The palace doorway, 68 (109) 
Campbell, C. W., after Sir E. Burne-Jonw. 

Pan and Psyche, 40 (869) 
Campion, G. B. 

Royal Horse Artillery, 80 (n7) 
Canning, after Seymour. 

Hare-huting, 8t (181) 
Canot, P. C. 

Quebec, \ievv of, from the Basoa, 
54 (if'g) 

St. Lawrence, Gulf of, 54 (167) 

after de Laer. 

Death of the boar, 112 (237) 
Inn yard. The, 112 (237) 

■ after Lambert. 

Brighthelmston, \iew of, 13 (178) 

after R. Paton. 

. H.M.S. Augusta. DrcadnotigM, and 
Edinburs,h ofi Cape Francois, 
17 (208) 

after Pilliment. 

Fisherman, The, 43 (907) 

after J. Seymour. 

Hunting subject?, 112 (234) 

after J. Wootton. 

Fox-hiuiting, in (200) 

Cardon, A., after Cosway. 

Cosway, Louisa Paoline .Angelica, 

I (188D) 
Cupid unveiling Venus, 2 (446), 178 

(177) 
Recamier, Madame, 55 (232) 

after W. Hamilton. 

Return from coursing, 160 (14) 

after W. Lodder. 

Mother's pride. The, 28 (178), 56 
(255) 

after Huet Villiers. 

Hebe, 13 (140) 

after R. Westall. 

La separation douloureuse ; La visite 
du pasteiu- ; L'Enfant en Nous- 
rice ; and Les Bergeres Ecossai, 
160 (7) 

after F. Wheatley. 

" Cherries," 163 (70) 
Ghabanian, Arsene. 

Lavaudiere, 95 (63) 



Engravings by 



INDEX. 



2S3 



Les mouettes, 95 (52) 

Palais de Doges, 95 (64) 
Chant, J. J. 

Devonshire, Duchess of, 104 (z) 
Chaponnier, A., after T. S. Fournier. 

La lettre de.-irce, 163 (66) 
alter J. B. Huet. 

Ce qui est bon a prendre e>t bon a 
garder, 17 (254, 255) 

L'Amour coiironne par les Graces, 
122 (193) 

Les Graces Enchainees par 1' Amour, 
122 (193^ 
Chauvel, Th ophile. 

Fourteen proof etchings, 66 (17) 
alter Millais. 

Lingering autiimn, 97 (128) 
Cheesman, T., after Adam Buck. 

Bloomneld. Miss, 97 (210) 

Waddy, Mr-., 4 (204) 
alter Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

Grantham children. The, 8 (192) 
Chesham and Wells, after T. V/hitcombe. 

Battlf- of I. ..peiihageii, 43 (iii3> 
Chiquet, E., after Meissonier. 

Critic, The, 16 (19) 

Game of bowls, 96 (114) 

La Rixe. 184 (125) 

Le graveur, 16 (20) 
Cipriani, J. B., R.A. 

Sacrifice and Cupid, 72 (247) 
Clark, J. 

Dundee anrl Hamilton, Views of. 98 
(269) 
after H. Aiken. 

Cock-fighting, 134 (216) 
after P. J. de Loutherbourg. 

Pickett's -ct-nery in England and 
Wales. 9& (245) 
and Merke, alter Craig. 

Cape of Good Hope, and Battle, 
View of, 98 (261) 
Clarke aud Jeakes, after D. Wolsten- 
holme. 

Morning; Xoon ; and .Vight, iii 
(206) 
Clark, L. 

Glasgow and Edinburgh, Views of. 
134 (209) 
Clement, after Cosse. 

Family's happiness ; and Family 
distress, Hio (3) 
Cleveley, J., after himself. 

Views of the Friendly Islands ; and 
Queen Charlotte's Sound, New 
Zealand, 22 (232) 
Clint, G., after Sir T. Lawrence. 

Antrobus, Masters, loo (39) 
Clouston, R. S., after C. Moroni. 

Portrait of a lawyer, 9''> (123. 



CoBur, Le, ^fter Swebach. 

.Annette et Lubin ; and La vieiilesse 
d'.Aunctte et Lubin, 160 (9) 
Collyer, J., after E. Dayes. 

His Majesty George IH reviewing the 
Armed Association in Hyde Park, 
1799- 24 (176) 

after Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

Felina, 52 (190) 

Conde, J., after R. Cosway. 

Cosway, .Mrs., 13 (153I 

Fitzherbert, Mrs., 13 (195), 35 (229) 

-Melania, 22 (148) 

Tickell, .Mrs., 8 (232), 24 (202) 
Conder, Charles. 

Budilha, The. 41 (870) 

Cooper, R., after Barney. 

Telemachus relating his adventures 
to Calypso, 138 (120) 

and Sutherland, after H. Aiken. 

Waterloo, Battle of, 80 (i.-2i 

Coppier, C. A., after J. L. E. Meissonier. 

Jena, c/^ (nil 

L'.-^pogee, 96 (no). 1S4 (127) 
Corbutt, C, after Reynolds. 

Greenway, Miss, 109 (119) 
Cormack, M. 

Louisa, 29 (212) 

Portrait of a lady, 97 (123) 

after Lawrence. 

Gower, Countess, and child, 161 (30) 

after Raeburn. 

Mrs. Scott Moucriefi, 15 (212) 

after Romney. 

Cumberland, .Albinia, Lady, 70 (168) 
Coron, after Greuze. 

Le teudre desir, 163 (63) 
Cosse and Ryder, after Bunbury. 

Schick Ibrahim entertaining Naired- 
din and the lair Persian, 164 (in) 
Cousins, Samuel, R.A. 

Midsummer Xighfs Dream, 82 (193) 

Muscipula, 23 (13), 94 (10) 

after A. E. Chalon. 

Victoria, Queen, 40 (864) 

after 0. M. Dubutfe. 

La surprise, lo (218I. 40 (S62) 

after Grant. 

Raglan. Lord, 122 (192) 
after J. B. Greuze. 

Dauphin, The. 103 (14) 
after Hogarth. 

Rich, Miss, 105 (20) 

after Landseer. 

Midsummer night's dream, 6 (219) 

after Sir T. Lawrence. 

Acland, Lady, and children, 73 (267) 
Blessington, Countess of, 23 (189) 
Cooper, .■Vstley, M.D., 7 (104) 
Croker, Miss,'8 (231), 10 (236! 



^84 



INDEX. 



Engravings by 



Dover, Lady, and child, 24 (204) 
Gower, Ladv, and child, 8 (243), 159 

(185) 
Grey, Countess, and children, 73 (266) 

105 (16) 
Grosvenor, Countess, 185 (158) 
Lambton, Master, 7 (120), 105 (17), 

162 (59) 
Macdonald, Miss, 40 (863), 72 (248) 

97 (igfi) 
Peel, Lady, 24 (205^, 71 (218) 
VVolfi, Mrs., 705 (iS), 179 (4) 

after Lord Leighton. 

Binodina, 25 (211), 53 (51) 

Moretta, 105 (20) 
Zeyra, 53 (50), 96 (96) 

after E. Long. 

Brown, Mrs. Hannah, 40 (860, 861) 

after Sir J. E. Millais. 

" No ! " 105 (21) 

after Newton. 

Lister, Mrs., 97 (197) 

■ after Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

Age of innocence, 53 (46), 105 (11) 
Bingham, Lady Anne, 53 (21, 25), 

105 (12) 
Boothby, Miss Penelope, 53 (45), 105 

(19) 
Bowles, Miss, 53 (23), 105 (13) 
Devonshire, Duchess of, 105 (13) 

185 (157) 
Fitzpatrick, Lady Ann, 52 (16), 72 

(248), 105 (18) 
Fitzpatrick, Lady Gertrude ; and 

" Syhda," 70 (155) 
Gloucester, Princess Sophia Matilda 

of, 105 (16) 
Montague, Lady Caroline, 52 (12), 70 

(167), 105 (19), 16 (6), 53 (17, 19) 
Rutland, Duchess of, 70 (166), 105 

(22) 
" Simplicity " (Miss Theophila Gwat- 

kin), 70 (155). 105 (23) 
Spencer, Lavinia, Countess, 53 (18, 

20, 22, 24), 105 (12), 160 (i) 
Spencer, Countess, and Lord Althorp, 

105 (24) 
Strawberry-girl, 105 (25) 
— — alter G. Sanders. 

Portland, Duchess of, 22 (239) 

after Sir M. A. Shee. 

Pascoe Grenfell, 185 (159) 

Cox, W. A. 

Mother and child, 159 (232) 

after norland. 

Hopkins, Francis, 40 (854) 
Ciuikshank, J., after J. Nixon. 

Rehearsing a cotillion, 12 (114) 



D 



DANIELL, W., R.A. 

London, \'iew of, aad proposed im- 
provements, 120 (73) 

Wapping, View of the new docks at, 
120 (74) 

West India Docks, View of, 120 (72) 
after G. Dance. 

London, Port of, iC-i (34) 
after himself. 

Kcitt Indiaman, oa fire, 161 (36) 

New docks and warehouses, near 
Limehouse, 106 (43) 
Danman, A., after Millet. 

The .\ngelus, and companion, 4 (219) 
Daucbez, A. 

Sous le Pens, 95 (73) 
Dauphin, G. 

Les Tartanes, 95 (59) 

Le \'apeiu:, 95 (00) 
Davey, W. T., after ElizalMth Thomson. 

Inkerman, 41 (83i) 
David, Francois Anne, after Bourgeois. 

Napoleon le Grand, 61 (102) 
Dawe, George, R.A., after /. Northcote. 

Grouse shooters ia the forest of 
Bowland, 7 (182) 
after Raeburn. 

Erskine, Lieut.-Col., 92nd Regiment 
of Foot, 15S (170) 
Dawe, H., after himself. 

Morning star ; and Evening star, 
3 (164) 
and Hodgetts, after Dawe. 

Princess Charlotte. 161 (28) 
Dawe, P., after S. Foldsoin. 

Female lucubration, 6 (157) 
—— after J. Graham. 

Chevy Chase, Battle of, 162 (49) 
after G. Morland. 

Julia de Roubigue, 10 (216) 
— — after H. Morland. 

Letter woman, 6 (153) 

Soaping linen, 42 {Sgj) 
Dean, J. 

Puss in danger, 6 (190) 
after B. Marshall. 

Darlington, Earl of. aad his fox- 
hounds, 112 (231) 
after J. Opie. 

Card-players, The, 107 (68) 
after Sir J. Reynolds. 

Herbert, Lady Elizal>eth, 164 (92) 
Debueourt, P. L. 

Morning ; Noon ; E\-eamg and Night, 

2(311) 
Le compliment, 23 (138) 
Le minuet de la miriee. 17 (266) 
Winter, 17& (38) 



Engravings by 



INDEX. 



2S5 



after J. B. Hoet. 

Lovers. 163 (74) 

alter C. Vernet. 

Fin de la Course, iii (199) 

Huntsman and hounds, 112 (237) 

La Course, iii (199) 

Napoleon's horse, " Mameluke," 98 
<255) 

Shooting, 8 (222) 
Delatre, Engene. 

La Tempete, 95 (72) 
Delatre, J. M., alter W. Hamilton. 

Children feeding chickens, 159 (196) 

Morning, 2 (415) 

after C. Jacques. 

Forty-nine plates, 66 (17) 

- after Kauffman. 
Classical subject, 15 (182) 

after Wheatley. 

Ladies relieving a beggar, Si (160) 
Delaanay, N., after Freudeberg. 

La feiicite villageoise, 159 (1S7) 

La Gaiete Conjugale, 134 (197) 
after Horeau le jeun. 

Interior, with figures, 17 (259) 
Demarteao, G. 

River scene, with shipping, 7 (70) 
after F. Boueher. 

Cupid, 22 '130) 
Dennel, A. P., alter Fragonard. 

S'il m'etoit aussi tidel, 17 (241) 
Deqaevanviller, alter Rossel. 

Naval engagement off Louisbourg, 
17 (222) 
Deseonrtis, after Rosenberg. 

Lac et Ville de Thun, 176 (91) 

Vue d'lm pent sur I'.Aar, 176 (93) 
■ after SchaU. 

Paul and Virginia, 81 (149) 
after Tannay. 

La Rixe, 22 (156) 

Noce de village, 17 (265), 44 (922) 
after WoK. 

Chute de la Fritt, 176 (92) 

Vue du lac de Lourverz, 176 (96) 
Dession, J. F. 

Torquay, East and west views of, 
97 (242) 
DiekinsoD, W., after H. Bunbury. 

Black-eyed Susan and Blouzelind, 
106 (46) 

Gardens at Carlton House, 10 (219), 
105 (28), 106 (52) 
after B. Cosway. 

Sefton, Countess of, 55 (230) 
■ alter Kaoflman. 

.Andromache weeping over the ashes 
ot Hector, 134 (190) 
after Sir T. Lawrenee. 

Grey, Charles, 162 (43) 



after J. Nixon. 

H.^rtley, Mrs., as " Elfrida," ro» (34) 
— — after Peters. 

Mary Dickinson, " T.ie country girl," 
6 (160) 
after R. S. Pine. • 

Garrick, David, 15 (202) 

Imhofi, Mrs., and child. 179 (14) 

Yates, Mrs., as "' Mc'iea," 10 (222) 
after Sir J. Reynolds. 

Edgecumbe, Hon. Rirhard, 73 (270) 

Pelham, Mrs., feeding chickens, 109 
(137) 

Rockingham, Marques;, 163 (84) 

Spencer, Lady Charles, 108 (100) 

Taylor, Lady Elizabeth, 109 (143) 
after G. Romney. 

Keppel, Hon. .\ugU5tu5, 180 (20) 
alter B. West. 

Grosvenor, The Rt. Hon. Lord, 28 
{147) 
Dicksee, Herbert. 

Casar, i (39), 39 (85S' 

Cinderella, 185 (i68j 

Clouds have a silver linmg, 39 l«39) 

Clover-field, 185 (167) 

Fire-worshippers, 185 (168) 

Play, 185 (167) 

Primrose gatherers, 39 (840) 

Thirst, I (38) 
D xon. J., after Sir J. Reynolds. 

Ancaster, Duchess of, loS (102) 

Blake, Mrs., as " Juno," 108 (105) 

Crewe, The Misses. 73 (271; 

Davidson, Miss, 73 (272) 

Townsend, Rt. Hon. Charles, 180 
(40) 
after G. Stubbs. 

Tigress, A, 113 (265) 
Dixon, L. Conway. 

Houses of Parliament, 133(11) 
Oobie, James, after W. Dendy Sadler. 

End of the skein, ')(> (107) 

■' It might have been," 120 (45) 

When the heart waa young, 40 
(857) 
Dodd, Francis. 

Duke of York's Column ; Monument, 
The ; Pall Mall, from the we^t, 66 
(18) 

St. Clement's Dane, 94 (29) 
Dodd, R. 

Limehouse dock, 17 (-12) 
after himself. 

BatUe of the Nile, near midnight, 17 
(207), 22 (197) 
after J. N. S rtorius. 

•' Escape," 112 (239t 
and PoUard, after E. Dayes. 

Queen Square, loi (34 1 



286 



INDEX. 



Engravings by 



• Simpson and Wells, after Ibbetson. 

Duck ; Phr,i~ant Woodcock ; and 
Snipe fhooting ; and Coursing, g 
(i8.s) 
Dubourg, M. 

Hyde Park, \ie\v in, 134 (307) 

■ after W. Anderson. 

Waterloo Bridge, \'iew of, 81 
<i6i) 

■ after J. H. Clarke. 

Waterloo, The Field of, 73 (259) 

after Pollard. 

Roval Hunt in Windsor Castle, no 
(191) 

after Smith. 

Highlander's farewell. The, 7 (76) 
and Pollard, after C. Thomson, 

Panoramic view of British horse- 
racing, t (177), 133 (143,1 
Duclos, A. J., after St. Aubin. 

Le Concert, 163 (62) 
Duke, C. L., after Jan Vermeer. 

Pearl necklace, 1S5 (171) 
Dumee, E. J., after A. van Assen. 

Lady nursing dog, with boy and girl 
at her side. 121 (160) 
after G. Morland. 

Benevolent lady. The, no (i56) 

Discovery, The, no (168), 133 (130), 

179 (2) 
Fair seducer. The, 179 (2) 
Duncan, E. 

Sydney harbour, with East India 

ship, MeUish, 54 d^i) 
Sierra Leone, 54 (162) 
Whitehaven, Port and harbour of, 98 

(250) 

after H. Aiken. 

The right sort, 9 (1S7) 

after Condy. 

H,.M.S. Warspite, 80 {91) 
after Hancock. 

" Bay .MiJJIeton," 102 (52) 
after C. Henderson. 

Return from Ascot races, 16 (170) 
after W. J. Huggins. 

Beniinck The, passing Aden on 
her tirst voyage, 2 (295) 

H.M, brig Black Joke engaging the 
Spanish slave brig El Almirante, 
134 (213) 

St. Katherine's Dock, 16 (161) 
Duncan, C, after J. Ferneley. 

Racehor-e " St. Giles," i2i (168) 
Dunkarton, R. 

The young angl. rs, 5 (135) 
after J. S. Copley. 

Howe, Rt, Hon. Earl, i77 (151) 
after E. Edwards. 

Hanway, J,, 54 (95) 



after Sir J. Reynolds. 

Lifford, Viscount, 108 (gy) 

after J. M. W. urner. 

Water-mill, 165 (154I 

and W. Ward, after Bigg. 

Sailor's orphans ; and The soldier's 

widow, 73 (258) 
Dupont, Gainsborough, after T. Gains- 
borough. 

Rodney, Rt, Hon. Lord, 177 (152) 
Durer, A. 

Little horse. The, 106 (47) 
St. Jerome, 71 (222) 
Virgin and Child, with the butterfly, 
6(194) 
Duruisseau, after J. B. Huet. 

L'Hiver, 10 (2381 
Duthe, after Lambert. 

Le diner de^ moissoneurs, 6 (191) 
Duterreau, B., after G. Norland. 

Farmer's door ; and The Squire's 
door, 165 (122) 
Dutton, T. G., after himself. 

" Xantha " ; and " Dagmar," 17 
(217) 

after Inglefield. 

H..M.S. Dido, ir. (202) 

Duval, after H. Oacre. 

Island of Lobo<, 176 (112) 

Landing of U.S. Army at Veri Cruz, 
176(112) 
Dyck, Van, School of. 

Don Carlos, in black dress, 75 (31) 



EARLOM, R., AFTER BEECHEY. 

Nelson, Lord, 2 (447) 
after Cotes. 

Pownall, Thomas, Esq., 2 (3S8) 
after Van Dyck. 

Richmond, James, Duke of, 107 (76) 
after Gainsborough. 

Girl and pigs, 13 (182) 
after Garrard. 

A brewhouse yard, 5 (128) 
after Hogarth. 

Marriage a la mode, 9 (171) 
after Van Huysum. 

Flower-piece ; and a Fruit-piece, 71 
(215) 
after Claude Lorraine. 

" Liber \'er:taa," 180 (32) 
after G. Romney. 

" Sensibility " (Lady Hamilton), 1+ 
(154) 
after Rubens. 

Rubens and Helena Forman, with 
stUMife, 108 (85) 



Engravings by 



IXDEX. 



287 



after Snyders. 

Game, herb, and fruit market. 108 
(86) 
- — — alter Towne. 

Bulldog? and badger, 161 (22) 

after J. Zoflany. 

Bovs and dead hare, 73 (277), 108 

(87) 
Embassy of Hyderbeck to Calcutta, 

165 (135) 
Heaviside, John, 106 (39) 
Mordaunt's, Colonel, cock-match, 165 

(135) 
Tiger hunting in the East Indies, i6i 
(135) 
Easting, J. C, after H. B. Cha on. 

" Braiiiworm,"' no (187), 121 (171) 
East, Sir Alfred, R.A. 

WiDter"> night, A, 69 (154) 
Edge, J., Bentley, C, and Hunt, C, after 
Lt.-Col. Coekburn. 

Falls ui Niagara. 177 (I23, 
Egan, J., after Zeiter. 

Pirate and outlaw, loS (92) 
Eginton, J., after Hamilton. 

Departure of jCneas, 134 (186) 
Hebe. 133 (128) 
Elliot, Wm., Sandey, Paul, and Benazech, 
Peter, after Paul Sandby. 

Hudson River, Views in, 2 (389) 
Ellis, W., after Chesham. 

Battle of the Nile, 17 (2051 
Elouis, J. P. H. 

Napoleon Bonaparte, 121 (123) 
Eyre, Bernard. 

Bidetord : Sunset ; and Hillside Farm, 

66(19) 
Dumfries-shire, On the Cairn, 67 (51) 



FABER, J. 

Wright, Madam, and Palmer, Miss, 
54 (9S) 
after T. Hudson. 

Hudson, Miss, 179 (9) 

Macdonald, Flora, 41 (8S3I 
after Hudson and Vanderbank. 

Georgi: II and Queen Caroline, 54 (991 
Facias, G. S., after Kauffman. 

Cupid's pastime, 2S (154) 
Fagan, J., after Meissonier. 

Le Mousquetaire Fumeut, 16 (17) 
Fabey, J., after C. H. Weigall. 

Prize cocks, 165 (134J 
Fairburn, J. 

Fox. Charles James, 177 (154) 



Fairland, after G. Fena. 

Norfolk and Sufiolk steeplechase, 52 

(214) 
North Walsham race, 52 (213) 
Faitborne, W. 

Elizabeth, daughter of S. Cooper, 

9 (86) 
Isabella, daughter of James, Duke of 

York. 9 (871 
Fantin-Latour, H. 
Nymphs, 66 (20) 

Farrell, Fred. A. 

Lower Argyllshire ; Pont Xeiif ; and 
Sunset at the Grand Palace, 66 
(211 
Fielding, R., after himself. 

Cock-lighting, iii (215) 
Fielding and Pugin, after Tlmras. 
I'aris, General view of, 80 (46) 
Fielding, T., after A. KauRman. 

Theseus finding his fatlier's sword and 
sandals, 24 (141), 80 (137) 
Finlayson, J., after Zoffany. 

Theatrical scene, 55 (222) 
Fisher, E., after F. Cotes. 

Nut-browu maid and Sandby, Paul, 
179 (7) 

after Sir J. Reynolds. 

Buiibury, Lady Sarah, 14 (201) 

Edgecumbe, Lord, 181 (44) 

Garrick between " Tragedy " and 

" Comedy," 109 (121) 
Harrison, Sir Thomas, 164 (89) 
Keppell, Lady Elizabeth, 52 (19.1), 

122 (200), 108 (qS) 
Lee, Lady Elizabeth, 109 (129) 
Sterne, Rev. Lawrence, 181 (43) 
Yorko, I^idios, 165 (115) 
Fittler, James, and Lerpiniere, D., after 
R. Paton. 

Quebec, and Surveillante ; and The, 
engagement between Serapis 
and Paul Jones of Bon Homme 
Rkhard. 22 (228) 
Fitton, Hedley. 

Dumfries, 69 (128) 

Edinburgh, Advocate's Close, 182 

(71) 
Florence, Borgo San Jacopo, 69 (131) 
Florence, Flower market, 69 (132), 

182 (73) 
Florence, \'ia de Cappacio, 182 (77) 
Glasgow Cathedral, Gateway, 69 (129) 
Limehouse, Barge-builders, 182 (72) 
Limoges, Pont St. Etienne, 182 (76) 
Monument, The, 69 (132), 182 (73) 
Portel del St. Zaccaria, 69 (130) 
Rome, Theatre of Marcellus, 183 (75) 
Rouen, St. Maclou, 69 (133) 
Rue Barbette, 1S2 (77) J 



288 



INDEX. 



Engrwings by 



St. Bartholomew's Gateway, 182 (79) 

St. Emilion, Church of the Three 
Kings, 182 (72) 

Southampton, Bargate, 69 (127) 

Tours, our de I'Horloge, 182 (79) 

Two mills. The, 69 (134) 

Venice, St. Zaccaria, 182 (78) 

Verona, Juliet's house, 182 (75) 

Winchester Cathedral, Founder's 
tomb, 182 (74) 

Winchester Cross, 69 (135) 
FoeilloD, V. L., after Francois Flameng. 

Corps de Garde, 1S4 (144) 
FoDce, CamiUe. 

La Mare aux Canards, 70 (180) 

Rheims Cathedral, 16 (33) 
after K. Heffner. 

Departing day, 9 (66) 
Fox, H. C. 

On the .\vou, 96 (83) 

Stratford-on-Avon, 96 (82) 

Shakespeare's home. Near, 96 (85) 

Warwick, On the way to, 96 (85) 

West road. A, 96 (84) 
Frankau, Julia. 

Eighteenth century colour prints, 

^••121 {138) 
Freeman, S., after Adam Buek. 

" Have I not leam'd my book, 
mamma ? " 23 (133) 

" What's that, mother ? " 13 (193) 

'and Stadler. 

•v Mother's hope, 24 (209) 
Rafter Adam Buck. 

Father's darling, 4 (198), 6 (200), Si 
(169) 

Mother's hope, 4 (198), 6 (200), Si 
(169) 
French School. 

Lady, with boy and dog, 81 (151) 
Freudenberger, S. 

Depart du soldat Suisse, 23 (139) 

Departure, The, 24 (185) 
Frye, T., after himself. 

Heads of ladies and gentlemen, iSo 
(23) 



GARLAND, F. 

Bombardment of Forts Hatteras and 
Clark by the U.S. fleet, 176 (116) 
Gaskell, PercivaL 

Derwentwater ; Falls of Tummel, 
Perthshire ; Gathering storm ; In 
the Cairngorms ; and Wareham, 
66 (22) 

Mouth of the Wye, 53 (34) 

Naiad's hour, 53 (35) 

Poole's harbour, 53 (36) 



Gaugain, Thos. 

Wife of Bath, The, 54 (55) 
after Barker. 

Labour and health, 51 (138) 
after Bigg. 

Sailor boy's return and companion, 
2 (469), 6 (235) 

after E. Dayes. 

Hyde Park, .An airing in, 106 (55) 
after G. Norland. 

Dancing dogs, no (177), 163 (77) 

Guinea-pigs, 163 (77; 
— ' — after J. Northeote. 

Petite Fruitiere .\nglai;e and Petite 
Laitiere Anglaise, 106 (53) 
after Westafl. 

Peasant boy and girl returning from 
milking, 2 (445) 
after Wheatley. 

Wood gatherers. Si (13S) 
and Hellyer, after J. Northeote. 

Diligence and Dissipation, 108 (S9) 

Nutter, and Ogbourne, after Westall. 

Boy angling ; and Girl feeding pigs, 

28 (179) 
Gautier, L. 

Notre Dame, Paris, 95 (75) 
Gerard, Le Gout. 

Bateau.x Pecheurs, 95 (69) 

Hauteurs d'.\udiuiie, 95 (68) 

Isle de Seine, 95 (47) 

Rentree au Port, 95 (70) 
Giller, W., after C. Hancock. 

Tattersall, Richard, io5 (40) 

after Davis. 

Foxhounds, and Charles Davis, 1x2 
(246) 
Gillbank, H., after Wheatley. 

Evening; and Night, 5 (147), 160 
(17) 
Gilpin, S., R.A., and Reinagle, P., RJI. 
Thornton, Colonel, of Thornville 
Royal Yorkshire, 117 (366) 
Godby, J., after Maria Spilsbury and F. 
Wheatley. 

Dipping- well in Hyde Park ; and 
Drinking-well in Hvde Park, 107 
(81) 
Godefroy, after Isabey. 

Congress at Vienna, 51 (yi, 92) 
Gosse, T., after G. Horland. 

Country butcher, 55 (239), 165 (125) 
Goya, Franelsco. 

La Taureaumachie, 39 (841) 
Graham, G., after Morland. 

Soldier's farewell ; and The soldier's 
return, 163 (76) 
Grateloup, J. B. de. 

The complete set of nine portraits, 
uncut, 24 (60) 



EXGRAVIKGS BY 



INDEX. 



289 



Green, B., alter G. Stubbs. 
BrocKl mares, 113 (270) 
Horse and lioness ; and Lion and 

horse, 113 (262) 
Lion and stag, 113 (262) 
" Phillis," pointer of Lord Clermont, 

113 (253, 267) 
Pigott, Lord, on horseback, 113 (248, 
238) 
Green, Valentine. 

Sarsfield, Marie de Levis, Vicomtesse 
de, 177 (158) 

alter L. F. Abbott. 

Sir Peter Parker, 23 (170) 

- alter Carter. 
Nanipont. 3 (151) 

- — after Maria Cosway. 

Cosway, Mr-., 43 (903) 
after N. Dance. 

Ilotham, Sir Beaumont, in robe>, 24 
(i?4> 
alter N. Drake. 

Wentworth, Arthur, on horseback, 
112 (239) 
alter Gainsborough Dupont. 

British saval victors, 163 (68) 
after Falconet. 

Peter the wild boy, 106 (35) 
after S. Gilpin. 

G'lllivor addressing the Houynhuras, 
108 (92) 

after himsell. 

Reynolds, Sir Joshua, 177 (150) 

after T. Kettle. 

Youth, 107 (60) 

after Lely. 

Gw>-nne, Nell ; and Pamela and 
Phyloclea, 162 (46) 

after C. Reld. 

NewbattJe, Lord, and sister, 177 (144) 

after Reynolds. 

Campbell, Miss Sarah, 108 (no) 
Halliday, Lady Jane, 109 (124) 
Herbert, Lady Harriet, 109 (126) 
Manners, Lady Louisa, 28 (184) 
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, 55 (242), 161 

(27) 
Salisbury, Countess of, 109 (140) 
Townsbend, Anne, Viscountess, 109 

(146) 
Wal'legrave, Ladies, 109 (148) 

after Jan Steen. 

Dutch School, A, 2 (320), 80 (125) 

after J. Zoffany. 

Garrick, David, and Mrs. Pritchard, 
107 (75) 

and Borrodale. 

Cantf'rb.iry, View of, 97 (218) 

Greenhead, H. T., after Lawrence. 

Aclan.l, Lady, and chil.lren, 161 (30) 



Grimeland, J. 

Le Degel, 95 (53) 

Snow in Norway, 95 (,4) 

Soleil d'Hiver, 95 (55) 

Age of innocence, 72 (252), 164 (105) 

Johnson, Miss, 73 (275) 

Morning amusement, 109 (136) 

Seuforth, .Mrs., and child, 109 (141) 

alter Singleton. 

Tippoo Sultaun, 81 (140) 



H 

HADEN, SIR F. SEYMOOR. 

Battersea Bridge ; and Peaton Hook, 

66 (23) 

Battersea Reach, 182 (84) 

Breaking up of the Agamemnon 

67 (55) 

Brentford Ferry, 182 (86) 
Cardigan Bridge, 182 (87) 
Egham, 67 (53). 182 (84) 
Evening, 182 (89) 

Fulham, 182 (85) H 

Harlech ; Kensington Gardens ; and 

Little Calais pier, 66 (24) 
Horsley's house at Willesley, 183 

(85) 
House of the smith, 182 (88) 
Kenarth, 182 (89) 
Kensington Gardens, 182 (87) 
Kew Side 182 (88) 
Kidwelly Town, 182 (86) 
Kilgaren Castle, 182 (87) 
Likely place for salmon, 53 (27) 
Newcastle-in-Emlyn, 182 (88) 
Out of study window, 182 (83) 
Railway encroachment, Kew, 182 

(86) 
Shepperton, 182 (89) 
Shere mill pond, 182 (80) 
Sunset in Ireland, 67 (54) 
Sunset on the Thames, 67 (52) 
Towing-path, 182 (Si) 
Two asses, 53 (28 1 
Vicarage, The, 53 (26) 
Whistler's house, Old Chelsea. 182 

(82) 
Hahn, P., after WhisUer. 

Battersea Bridge, 133 (13) 
Haig, Axel H. 

Amiens, 94 (13) ' 

Amiens, Aisles of, i (40), 3 (8), 5 (89) 
Aries, L'Eglise des Dominicians ; 

Chapel of the Sacrament ; Huy 

Doorway of Notre Dame ; Madonna 

of the Musket ; and Stockholm, 69 

(143) 



ago 



INDEX. 



Engravings by 



Assisi, Chiirch of St. Francesco, 69 
(139). 183 (110) 

At the fountain of St. George, 183 
(108) 

Baptistery, The ; Nuremberg, Rhine- 
land and Nassau's house ; and 
Venice, the Chapel of St. Clement, 
St. Mark's, 6g (136) 

Burgos Cathedral, The south ailse, 
69 (148) 

Burgos interior, 120 (38) 

Chartres, Washing-day, 120 (40) 

Chartres Cathedral, North porch, 

185 (151) 
Durham Cathedral, Interior of, 183 

(106) 
Limburg-on-the-Lahn, 183 (107) 
Lisbon, the Cloisters of St. Jerome, 

Belem ; Santiago, i.a Portico de 

la Gloria, 69 (137) 
Mont St. Michel, 71 (-23) 
Notre Dame de Paris, 69 (145) 
Palencia Cathedral, The Troscoro ; 

Tarragona Cathedral, The Chancel, 

69 (138) 
Palermo, Palatine Chapel, fig (146), 72 

(229), 183 (109) 
Pampluna : Returning from the fair, 

185 (153) 
Rheims Cathedral, The portals of, 39 

(846), 69 (147), 120 (37) 
Sicily, Mourealle Cathedral ; Verona, 

Interior of San Zeno, 69 (144) 
Street scene, with Cathedral, 94 (14) 
Toledo Cathedral, Interior of, 69 

(142, 149). 185 (152) 
Venice, Exterior of St. Mark's, 69 

{140) 
Venice, Interior of St. Mark's, 69 

(141), 120 (39) 
Sankey, W. Lee. 

Pastoral; and Harvest moon, 12 

Hardy, C, after Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

Boy with cabbage nets, 51 (34) 
Harris, J. 

Harry Hieover on " Tilter," 14 (150) 
Presentation of medals to the Bombay 
Fusiliers, 120 (79) 

• after H. Aiken. 

Driver of 1832 and 1852, The, 133 

(140) 
First steeplechase on record, 164 (96) 
Fores's hunting sketches, 13 (136) 
One of the flowers of our hunt, 14 
(171) 
— — after H. de Daubrawa. 

XVIIth Light Dragoons, 51 (148) 
— after Hancock. 

Racehorse " .^tilla," 15 (189) 



alter M. A. Hayes. 

Car-travelling in the ^o ith of Ireland, 

105 (94) 

- — - after Henderson. 

Going to the moors ; and Cover, 4 
(206) 

Olden-time coach, The, 15 (188) 
after J. F. Herring. 

Racehorse " Slane," 176 (41) 
after himself. 

Celebrated cart-horse " Warwick," 

106 (44) 

Grand exhibition of cattle, 106 (44) 

after Henry Martens. 

Life Guards, 54 (58) 
Madras Light Cavalry, The, 22 (229) 
Military costume : 33rd (ist York- 
shire West Riding ) ; and the 74tb 
Highlanders, 18 (281) 
4th Roval Irish Dragoon Guards, 80 

(115)' 
ist Royal Scots Regiment at Dover, 
^7 (49) 

after J. Pollard. 

.\yleibury grand steeplechase, The, 

28 (173), 4-^ (886) 
Race for the St. Leger, 9S (259) 

after Scanlan. 

Horse-dealing, Xos. i and 2, 9 (l88) 
Hartley, Alfred. 

Cornwall, .\ country lane, 4 (207) 
Hassell, after S. Dilke. 

Bark Hare House .\cademy, Orping- 
ton, 1 58 (54) 
Havell, Robert. 

.■\n aeronautical view of London, 97 

(235) 
Oporto, \"iew of the city of, 14 (n6) 
Staines Church, View of, 12 (88) 

after J. Burnet. 

Buckingham House, Middlesex, 176 
(75) 

after T. Clark. 

Bath, City of, 176 (88) 
Chepstow, Town of, 176 (89) 

after himself. 

Baltimore, View of the City of, 177 

(125) 

Island on the Thames, near Park 

Plare, 54 (185) 
O.xford, New Park Place, 121 (93) 
Partridge shooting, near Windsor ; 

and Pheasant shooting, near Ut- 

bridge, 54 (197) 
Thames at Streatly, 54 (185), 121 (93) 
Wallingford Castle, 54 (185 , 121 (92) 
Windsor Castle, 54 (185), 121 (92) 

after Pollard. 

Changing hor<es to the mail-coach, 

16 (iSo) 



Engravings by 



INDEX. 



291 



aft«r Capt Steele. 

Attack and storming of Fort Oswego, 
-S (83) 
Havell, R. and D., after N. Pocock. 

Action between the English frigate 
Java and the American frigate 
Constitution, 42 (8S4.) 
Hayes, G. 

Poole, Dorset, 66 (26) 
Hayes, M. A. 

5i>t King's Own Light Infantrv. 17 
(47) 

69th South Lincolnshire Regiment, 
27 (46) 
Haynes, E. L., after Romney. 

Hamilton, Lady, 161 (30) 
Heapby, after himself. 

Wellington, Duke of, giving orders, 
161 (36) 
Heath, J., after Dance. 

Wilmot, Sir ,1. £., 55 (247) 
Heflner, K., by lamille Fonce. 

9 (66) 
Helleu, P. 

Blondive, 95 (36) 

Boudeause, 95 (37) 

Chapeaii Rose, 95 (34) 

Frileuse, 95 (32) 

Gracieuse, 95 {35) 

Mile. Liane de Pougy, 39 (842) 

Pensive, 95 (33) 
Hellyer, J., and Gaugain, after J. North- 
cote. 

Diligence and Dissipation, 108 (89) 
Hellyer, T., after W. R. Bigg. 

Stray'd favourite restored, 107 (80) 
Hemery, A. T., after Deshayes. 

La fidelite surveillante, 17 (250) 
alter Lebel. 

La fidelite en defaut, 17 (258) 
Hester, E. M., after J. Hoppner. 

i-uston, Countess ot, 9 (45), 53 (',01 
— ^ after Orlando Rorie. 

British Army, The, 25 (192), S2 
(190) 
after J. Sturgess. 

Iinchestown races, 122 (178) 

."^Ji jplechasing, 2 (464), 6 (231) 
HiU, i. 

.\frica: Dixcove, 54 (164) 
after G. Webster. 

C i*p<- Coast (.Astle, 5 (140) 
i::i<, J., Saaerwied, A., Scriven, E., after 
.'.. Sauerwied. 

II.U.H. the Prince Regent in Hyde 
!■ rlt. 22 (215) 

Hill J., a -id Seriven, J., after A. Sauerwied. 

K. . w in Hyde Park, 54 (19H) 
Hinielev, ?., after Garneray. 

\ I iu port d'.'imsterdam, 176 (97) 



Hirst, Norman, after J. Constable. 

Salisbury Cathe'ral, yj (169) 
after J. Hoppner. 

Parkyns, Mrs., yz (242) 
after Sir T. Lawrence. 

West, ^Uss, 1S5 (102 
after G. Romney. 

Boughton, Lady, 72 (244) 

Hamilton, Ladv, as " .A Bacchante," 
1S5 (163^ 

Poulett, Lady, 72 (24-,, 
Hodges, C. H., after Reynolds. 

Hope, Mrs. Williams, of Amsterdam, 

109 (127)) 

Sharpe, W. Joshua, 164 (89) 
after G. Stubbs. 

" Mambriiio," 113 (2701 

" Protector," 113 (2571 
Hodgetts, T., after Sir H. Raeburn. 

Jardine. George, of Glasgow, 9 (96) 

Macdonell. Col. Ronaldson, 22 (ii'^) 
and Dawe, after Dawe. 

Princess Charlotte, iCi (28) 
Hogg, J., after Kauflman. 

Ermina, 8 (212) 

after Walton. 

The hand-maid, lo (239) 
Hole, W., after J. Constable. 

Jumping horse. The, 71 (225) 
after F. Millet. 

Woo<.i -sawyers. The. 71 (225) 
alter E. M. Wimperit. 

Dorsetshire valley, .\, 97 (131) 
Hornby, C. C. 

Cafe du Rond Point ; Delft ; Paris, 
Passage des Patriarches, 66 (25) 
Horore, after Vangorp. 

Reviendra-t-il le volage, 163 (66) 
Houdard, C. 

Bruges, 95 (36) 

Le Grain, 95 (57) 

La Tourbiere, 95 (74) 
Houston, R., after F. Cotes. 

Rom. tine, William, 179 (6) 

after R. Mercier. 

Oysterinda (Lady Falmouth), 107 (61) 

— - alter E. Penny. 

Wolfe, General, Death of, 178 (173) 

after Rembrandt. 

Burgomaster, A, 180 (15) 
Man mending a pen, f^o (17) 
Man with knife, 180 (vA 
Woman plucking fowl, 180 (18) 

after Sir J. Reynolds. 

Harrington, Hon. .Mr>., iSo (37) 
Fisher, .Miss Kitty, 73 (276) 
Granby, Marquess of, i8i (44) 
Kingsley, William, 181 (43) 
Marlborough, Duchess of, and 

daughter, 109 (132) 



29 -• 



INDEX. 



Engravings by 



Porte 



Powell, Miis Harriet, 7 (i::i), 109 

(139) 

after Wilson. 

RorkiTigham, Marque?> of, 179 (8) 

alter J. Zoffany. 

Sayt-T, Master, 107 (73) 

Howarth, Albany E. 

Rbeim« Cathedral, 94. (30I 

Rouen Cathedral, 67 (5S) 
alter A. F. Affleck. 

Abbeville ; Porte d"Ostende 
St. Pierre, .^uxerres, 65 {2) 
Howitt, Samnel, after himself. 

Fox-hunting, 165 (136) 

Stopping hounds that have changed, 
165 (136I 
Hogbes, G. G., after C. H. 

A French diligence, 13 (145) 
Humphrey, W., after G. Morland. 

Temptation, 134 (194) 
Hunt, Charles, after Aiken. 

A fine young English gentleman, 9 
(183) 

Most bowdacious ! ! ! 9 (182) 
alter Davis. 

Road riders, or funkers, 28 (170) 
alter Ferneley. 

Racehorse '• Rowton," 81 (182) 
after Gilbert. 

H.M.S. Majestic meeting two 
French frigates ; An American 
private ship of war, etc., 17 (221) 

alter Herring. 

" Charles XII " and " Euclid," 9 

(186) 
" Chorister " and " Rockingham," 

164 (98) 
" Deception," 16 (183) 
Extraordinary trotting match against 

time, 14 (173). 15 (187) 
" Queen oi Trumps," i6 (182), 121 

(167) 

alter Herring and Harrington. 

" Emilius " and " Beeswing," 

<52) 

alter J. 

Chances 

(140) 
Quicksilver Royal Mail, The, 8 (225) 
Racing : Epsom, 8 (219), 15 (193), in 

(198), 175 (120) 

alter J. Shayer. 

Brighton day mails passing over 

Hookwood Common, 52 (149) 
Duke of Beaufort's coach, 54 (201), 

135 (217) 

alter Spode. 

Howard, John, Esq., Colonel of the 

Cheshire Yeomanry, 10 (234), 15 

(199) 



Pollard. 

oi the steeplechase, 



162 



166 



after Stubbs. 

Racehorse " Eclipse," 24 (229) 

after Wombiil. 

Trotting horse " Confidence," 159 
(207) 
Hunt, C. and G., after Mitehell. 

Capt. Beecher on " Vivian," 98 (258) 
— after F. C. Turner. 

Vale of Aylesbury steeplechase, 98 
(257) 
Hunt, C, Edge, J., and Bentley, C, after 
Lt.-Col. Cockburn. 

Falls of Niagara, 177 (12S) 
Hunt, George. 

Cricket match at Ireland's Royal 
Brighton Gardens, 12 (99) 

after H. Aiken. 

Bath coach, 165 (132) 
Extraordinary match, by Geo. 

Osbaldeston, Esq., 73 (262) 
Hunting and racing subjects (six), 

166 (142) 
Mail-coach, 165 (132) 

after J. Pollard. 

Approach to Christmas, in (214) 
Cambridge Telegraph, 56 (274), 121 
(176) 

alter F. C. Turner. 

Female equestrians, 133 (138) 
Hunter, Colin. 

Lowering the sail, 161 (31) 
Hutehins, C, after Capt. Hext. 

Wreck of the convict ship, Cape 
of Good Hope, 23 (108) 



INGOUF, F. R., JDNR., AFTER 

FREUDEBERG. 

Le Soldat en Semestre . and 
Negociant Ambulant, 44 (927 



I 



JACKSON, R. 

Fitzpatrick, Lady Gertrude, as 
" Nature," 52 (n) 
Jacobe, J., after Reynolds. 

Belgioioso, Louis, Count, 163 (82) 
after G. Romney. 

Hayley, William, 180 (20) 
Jacquet, A. 

Le guide, 184 (129) 

Les renseignments, 184 (130) 
after E. Detaille. 

Skirmishers, The, 184 (145) 



Engravings by 



INDEX. 



293 



after J. L. E. Meissonier. 

Sign-painter, The, 72 (237), 183 (122), 
184 (131) 
Jaequet, J., after Greuze. 

La Laitiere, 185 (171) 
after Meissonier. 

Arrival of the guests, 184 (125) 

Bon Amis, 184 (r36) 

Cavaliers, i (70), 96 (117) 

Gambler, The, 96 (104) 

Guard-room, The, (39 (851), 184 
(124) 

L'Arrivee des botes, 96 (112) 

Le billet-doux, 184 (124) 

Les ordotmances, 184 (137) 

Mrasbal de Saxe, 16 (25), 27 (25) 

Portrait of the sergeant, 72 (238), 

183(123) 
" 1806," 184 (138) 
" 1807," 184 (139) 
James, A., after Meissonier. 

Soldiers gambling, 184 (128) 
James, Clifford R., after Sir T. Lawrence. 

Westmeath, Countess of, 70 (176) 
James, Hon. Walter. 

Moorland, 65 (26) 
Janinet, F. 

Drawing, 17 (245) 

VQlage scene, with figures merry- 
making, 81 (150) 

alter S. Freudeberg. 

La Conliance Enfantine ; and La 
Crainte Enfantine, 180 (33) 

alter Ostade. 

Interior ; and Exterior, with figures, 

24(156) 
La Tabagie Hollandoise, 7 (72) 

after Pellegrini. 

Three Graces, The, 17 (264) 

after Wolf. 

Ville de Thun, 176 (94, 95) 
Japanese Colonr Prints, 39 (iii), 104 

(3-87), 195 (114) 
Jeakes, J., after T. Buttersworth. 

Action, and morning after the action, 
between H.M.S. frigate Endymum 
and the frigate President, 133 
(156) 

after Whitcombe. 

Engagement between the Shannon 
and Chesapeake, 28 (99, 100) 

and Clarke, after D. Wolstenholme. 

Morning; Noon; and Night, 11 1 
(206) 
John, Augustus E. 

Jewess, The ; and Old Scott, 39 
(836) 
Jones, J., after W. R. Bigg. 
Black Monday, 107 (84) 
Dulce Domum, 107 (84) 



after Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

Cholmondeley, George J., 54 (loi) 

Fox, Charles James, 108 (96), 162 
(43), 163 (85), 164 (187), 177 (149) 

Muscipula, 44 (919) 

Petersham and Twickenham from 
Richmond Hill, 138 (158) 

Price, Lady Caroline, 109 (147) 
""? Tollemache, Hon, Mrs., 109 (145) 
alter G. Romney. 

Burke, Rt. Hon. Edmund, 177 (160) 

Parr, Rev. Samuel, Richard Watson, 
and Wm. Paley, i6i (28) 

Serena (Miss Sneyd), 13 (197), 25 
(194), 51 (109), 158 (135) 
Josey, B. 

Hope nursing Love, 52 (13), 105 (5) 
after Whistler. 

Carlyle, Thomas, 16 (4) 

Mrs. Whistler, 16 (3) 
Josi, C, after Morland. 

Labourer's luncheon, 8r (r39) 
Jonrdain, Henri. 

Abbeville, Canal at ; and Close of 

day, 70 (182) 
Jon?et, D. 

Notre Dame, 95 (41) 
Joy, George W., after himself. 

Nelson's farewell to his mother, 40 
(867) 
Judkins, E., alter Sir J. Reynolds. 

Abington, I^dy, 73 (263), 180 (35) 
Jokes, F. 

New Zealand : Charlotte Sound, 54 
(160) 
alter J. Boultbee. 

Sheep, A, 162 (38) 
alter Hanks. 

Malmesbury Abbey, i (258) 
alter Luny. 

Tlie Essex. East Indiaman, 6 (173) 
alter Morland. 

Fisherman going out and returning, 
2 (448) 

Fishermen returning, 8 (247) 
alter Roberts. 

Cornwall, View of Launceston, 5 
(138) 

K 

KASIMIR, L. 

Old ion. The, 70 (180) 
Keating, G., alter de Braban. 

Marie Antoinett'^, i (256), 14 (141), 
51 (105) 

alter G. Morland. 

Children playi' 4 at soldiers, 165 

(124), 176 (5' I 
Party angling, 165 (123) 



294 



INDEX. 



Engravings by 



alter G. Romney. 

II Penseroso ; and L' Allegro, i6o (13) 
Kellaway, C, after Vanloo. 

Le coucher, 5+ (54) 
Kidd, Joseph B. 

Jamaica, Five views in, 176 (104) 
King, J, 

Honourable Artillery Company 
Officer?, 177 (138) 
Kingsbury, H., atter J. Northcote. 

Hood, AdHiiral Lord, 73 (281) 
Knight, C. 

Roderick Random, 158 (63) 
alter Cooper. 

Naval heroes, 9 (19) 
Rafter G. Morland. 

Industry, 51 (139) 

Susan's farewell, no (168) 
after Peters. 

The charmers, 5 (150), 80 (127) 
after Russell. 

Favourite rabbit ; and Tom and 
his pigeons, 3 (118), 81 (157), 
122 (199) 
alter S. Shelley. 

Henry and Emma, 163 (74) 
alter H. Singleton. 

British plenty, 105 (27) 
alter T. Stothard.; 

Coming from school, 159 (197) 



LABROUCHE, P. 

La Beguinage a Bruges, 95 (50) 
LaQtte, A. 

Outward bound, 95 (42) 
Lafltte, F. 

Rue Sans la Heige, 75 (51) 
Lalone, D., after himself. 

Le Glacier Superieur du Grindelwald, 
97(::4i) 
Laguillermie, F. A. 

Hebe, 97 (126) 

Portrait of a lady, 96 (121) 
alter Van Dyck. 

Lords John and Bernard Stuart, 
70 (156) 
alter Sir Luke Fildes. 

Queen Alexandra, 96 (124) 
alter Meissonier. 

La rentree au chateau, 184 (142) 
alter Millais. 

Clarissa, 53 (47) 
Laing, Frank. 

Series of twenty-four etchings, 66 
(28) 



Lalonza, A., alter Meissonier. 

Partie de cartes, 184 (132) 
Lamotte, A., alter Meissonier. 

Napoleon et son Etat-Majors, 38 
(850), 1S4 (146) 

alter E. Detaille. 

Bonaparte, Premiere Caimpagne 
d'ltalie, 184 (143) 
Lamy, F. 

Venice, Abbaye de la Miscricorde, 
96 (81) 
Landseer, T., alter Sir E. Landseer. 
Highland nurses, 40 (866) 
Monarch of the Glen, 184 (148) 
Morning ; and Night, 1S4 (150) 
Stag at bay, The, 184 (149) 
Laszlo, P. A. 

Beatty, Rear-Admiral Sir David, 41 
(876) 
Latency, G. de. 

L'Automme, 95 (48) 
L-Ete, 95 (62) 
L'Hiver, 95 (61) 
Route d'Avranches, 95 (63) 
Laurie, R., alter Singleton. 
Amelia, 9 (172) 

after G. Stubbs. 

Frightened horse, 113 (262) 

after F. Wheatley. 

Full of the honey-moon, The ; and 
The wane of the honey-moon, 108 
(88) 
Law, David. 

Windsor Castle, 120 (41) 
Le Blond. 

Blackberry gatherers, 83 (40, 45, 49) 

Blowing bubbles, 83 (34) 

Bridesmaid, The, 25 (77), 83 (16) 

Burning glass, 83 (32, 48) 

Cherry seller, 83 (33) 

Complete set of 32 prints, 130 (58, 

59, 60) 
Crossing the brook, 83 (32) 
Dancing dogs, 83 (50) 
Fifth of November, 25 (97) 
Fisherman's hut, 83 (35, 42, 48) 
Gardener's shed, 86 (264), 132 (334. 

335) 
Gleaners, 83 (40) 
Good news, 83 (33, 39, 46) 
Great Exhibition, 83 (65) 
Grotto, The, 25 (22), 83 (37, 44) 
Image boy, 83 (45) 
Isle of Wight, Series of ten views in, 

83 (54) 
Learning to ride, 83 (31) 
Leisure hour, 83 (35, 41, 46) 
May day, 25 (16, 96), 83 (63) 
Mill stream, 83 (34) 
Needlebox prints, 83 (56) 



Engravings by 



INDEX. 



295 



Pedler, The, 83 (31, 50) 

Pet rabbits, 83 (32) 

Plates to Audsley's " Ornamental 

Arts of Japan," 83 (60) 
Ramsgate ; and Brighton, 25 (102) 
Sailor's departure, 83 (31) 
Soldier's return, 83 (33, 39, 46) 
Showman, The, 25 (3, 17), 83 (36) 
Snowballing, 83 (43) 
Sporting subjects, 83 (56) 
Story without an end. The, 25 (92), 

83 <6i) 
Sunday morning, 83 (47) 
Village spring, 83 (32) 
Waiting at the ferry, 83 (35, 41, 43, 

49) 
Westminster School of Industry, 83 

(68) 
Wreck of the Reliance, 83 (6) 
Young angler, 25 <i7), 83 (34, 38, 42, 

47, 48) 
L«eeh, John. 

" Gone away," 122 (189) 

" Ruggles Hold hard. Master George," 

122(188) 
" Where there's a will, there's a 

way," 122 (190) 
Le Graad, A., after F. SehalL 

Le premier baiser de I'amour, 23 

(136) 
Legros, A. 

Cabane dans les Marais, 67 (59) 
Donble-bass player ; and Le Petit 

Bruleur d'Herbe, 39 (837) 
La Ferme de Brieux ; and Old 

Spaniard, 66 (30) 
Le Pont du Moulin, i (45) 
Le long de la Rive ; Le Mouton 

retrouve ; Le Mur du FYesbytSre, 

66<29) 
liSpWy A* 

Amiens a le Soire, 67 (59) 

Paris, Entrance to canal, St. Martin, 

I (179) 
Lerpinl r«, D., and Fitter, after R. Paton. 
Quebec, and Surveillante ; and The 

engagement between Serapis and 

Paul Jones of Bon Homme Richard, 

22 (228) 
LevMhes, after C. Vernet. 

Les danse de chiens, 163 (61) 
Ufilly. 

Milk-girl ; and Wood-girl, 133 (128) 
Lewb, C. G., after W. Eraas. 

Playing fields during the Eton 

Montera, 16 (160) 
Lewk, F. C. 

Bay of Peterhead, 17 (212) 

after H. Aiken. 

Quom hunt, The, 15 (178) 



after A. Nasrarth. 

Old Aberdeen and Aberdeen, Views 
of, 134 (210) 
Lewis, G. 0., after Sir B. Laadseer. 

Otter hunt, The, 185 (165A) 
Unek. 

Vue de Servoz, 97 (240) 
Uewellyn, W., after himself. 

H.M. Queen Mary of England, 41 
(874) 
Lowry, R., after C. Read. 

Argyll, DuchKS of, 107 (58) 
Lneas, O., alter Constable. 

Cornfield, The, 3 (481), 2 1 (201), 122 
(195), 179 (6) 

English landscape, 69 (152) 

Lock, The, 29 (201), 179 (6) 

Salisbury Cathedral, 3 (168), 122 (203) 
Lolgini. 

Canal Flamand, 95 (39) 

Place de Malines, 95 (40) 

Pont de Malines, 95 (38) 
Lsmsden, Ernest S. 

Leith ; and Paris in construction, 
66 (31) 
Lnoois, Alexander. 

Paris, Hippodrome, i (58) 
Lnpton, Thomas. 

Thirty-three reprodections of the 
Liber Studiorum of T. M. W. 
Turner, 69 (151) 
alter R. Lefevre. 

Napoleon Buonaparte, 177 (159) 
alter Snow. 

Meet at Blagdon, 8i <i73) 
Lyeett. 

Australia, Views, in, 176 (103) 
Lyneb, after M. A. Hayes. 

8th Hussars in review order, 80 (116) 



M 



HoARDBLL, JAMBS. 

Flamingo, 73 (283) 
after A. Brouwer. 

Forge, The, 179 (i.:) 
after F. Cotes. 

Sandby, Mrs. Paul, 73 (283) 
after T. Hodson. 

Ancaster, Mary, Duchess of, 107 (71) 

Monckton, Major-General Robert, 
180 (19) 
after Sir Peter Lely. 

Beauties of Windsor : Lady Middleton 
and Lady Grammont, 177 (148) 

Beauties of Windsor : Rochester, 
Henrietta, Countess of, 158 (i34) 
after P. M ereler. 

Mercier, Philip, 106 (35) 



296 



INDEX. 



Engravings bv 



after P. Moelenaer. 

Boy playing a flute, 179 (11) 

after G. Van dec Myn. 

Frederick the Great, 177 (153) 

after Pond. 

Wofiington, Mrs., 107 (57) 

after A. Ramsay. 

Stanhope, Griselda, Countess, 177 
(157) 

after Sir J. Reynolds. 

Bonfoy, Mrs., 108 (106), 180 (39) 
Chambers, Mrs. ; Bastard, Mrs. ; 
Berkeley, Countess of ; and Essex, 
Countess of, 108 (112) 
Crewe, Mrs., and daughter, 177 (166) 
Dawson, Lady Anne, 180 (39) 
Fitzwilliam, Lady Charlotte, log 

("9) 
Fortescue, Lady, 109 (117) 
Greville, Miss, and her brother, 109 

(122) 
Lockhart, Captain John, 181 (44) 
Montagu, Lady Elizabeth, 42 (899) 
Sackville, Lord George, 181 (48) 
Saunders, Admiral Sir Charles, 181 

(49) 
Waldegrave, Countess of, 109 (147 , 
181 (47) 

after B. Wilson. 

Franklin, Benjamin, 6 (198) 
Macbeth-Raebnrn, H. 

Cannon Street Bridge ; Eton College ; 
Over the hills and far away, 66 (32) 
Macbeth, R. W., after F. Walker. 
Plough, The, 70 (175) 

after J. E. Mlllals. 

An old garden, 94 (24) 
MoBey, James. 

Beggars, Tetuan, 183 (105) 
Cowgate, Edinburgh, 67 (62) 
Foveran Bum, The, 39 (832) 
Lion Brewery, 183 (102) 
Pool, The, 183 (loi) 
Repairing a barge, 183 (105) 
Skylark, The, 183 (104) 
Studio, The, 183 (103) 
Maeklin, T., after KauSman. 

Peleus and Thetis, 133 (127) 
Maekrel, J. R., after Herring. 

Racehorse " Mendicant," 56 (275), 82 
(191) 
MaeLaughlan, D. S. 

Chimneys and cranes ; and Wind 

and rain, 66 (33) 
Florence ; Ruelle du Pecheurs ; 

Tivoli, 67 (6i) 
Le Pont Neuf ; and Venice, Song 

from, 39 (833) 
Paris, Quai de Grande Augustine ; 
Venetian noontide, 67 (60) 



Halle, G. 

The elopement, 6 (193) 

and Say, after Rubens. 

Mdlle. Lundens, and companion, 10 
(224) 
Major, after Seymour. 

Return from a course on Lamboum 
Downs, 112 (235) 
Malton, T. 

St. George's, Hanover Square, 5 (94) 

after Rowlandson. 

Fox-hunting ; and Pheasant shooting, 
4 (197) 
Manning, W. Westley. 

Normandy ; The Avenue ; and 
Stokesay Castle, 39 (843) 
Mantegna, A. 

Combat of marine gods, 71 (226) 
Harais, after J. B. Greuze. 

L'hermite, 176 (40) 
Harcnard, R. S., after Flaxman. 
Edwin and Angelina, 6 (163) 

after W. Hamilton. 

Children playing with a mouse trap, 
24 (177) 
Marin, L. 

Musical charmers. The, 17 (263) 
Martini, P. A., after Ramberg. 

Royal Academy, 105 (29) 
Massard, J., after J. B. Greuze. 

La cruche casee, 163 (65) 
Mathey, A., after Gainsborough. 
Morning walk, 70 (157) 

after Talbot Hughes. 

Hawking party, 97 (142) 

after Melssonler. 

Card party, The, 16 (23) 
Game of cards. A, 16 (24) 
Meadows, R. H., after Norland. 
Gathering fniit, 13 (180) 

after J. R. Smith. 

Attention ; and Inattention, 22 (154) 

after R. WestaU. 

Storm in harvest, 73 (260) 
Medland, after R. Cloveley. 

Glorious first of June, i794, 55 (206) 
Meissonier, J. L. E. 

Eight original etchings. 95 (31) 
Menpes, Mortimer. 

Rossetti, D. G., 161 (31) 
Merigot, J. 

Cronemberg, View of the fortress of, 
54 (175) 
Mercke, H., after Hewitt 

WUd sports of the East, 158 (59) 

after Relnagle. 

Pufi5n shooting, 14 (168) 

and Clark, after Craig. 

Cape of Good Hope, and Battle, 
View of, 98 (261) 



Engravings by 



INDEX. 



297 



Mtrygot 

Monte Video, View of tlie town and 
harbour of, 176 (98) 
Meyer, H., after G. H. Harlow. 

Miss Stephens, 2 (319), 14 (142), 23 
(131) 
after Hoppner. 

Psyche, 81 (155) 

Spencer, Earl, 73 (282) 
after Sir T. Lawrence. 

Leicester, Lady, 161 (23) 
after Sir J. Reynolds. 

Huddesford, Mrs., 73 (275) 
after 8r M. A. Sbee. 

Vivian, Major-General, Sir Hussey, 
52 (202) 
after Sir D. WflMe. 

Gipsy, The, 97 (217) 
MigBon, A., after Meissonier. 

La Halte, 96 (115), 184 (126) 

Le Decameron, 39 (849) 

Le Marechal Ferrant, 39 (848), 184 
(134) 

Napoleon, 184 (133) 

Stirrup-cup, The, 184 (126) 

Toume bride, 39 (847) 
Miner, i. D. 

Summer, Clumber, 97 (134) 
Millet, J. F. 

Maternal precaution, 1 (64) 
Hinasl, after R. Cosway. 

Whiteford, Mrs. Caleb, 55 (231) 
Mitaa ames and Picket, after E. Dayes. 

Inspection of the Honourable Artillery 
Company by Earl Harrington, 44 
(921) 
MoBiles, L., after J. L. E. Meissonier. 

Post horses, 72 (236), 96 (113), 183 
(121), 184 (135) 
Morris, T., after Garrard. 

Horses and foals, 112 (240) 
Moemer, after Glosagattl. 

MiLin, View of, 72 (256) 
Mailer, J. Q., after Simpson. 

Brooklyn, New York Street, 176 
(117) 
Mnrphy, J. 

Reception of the French in England, 
106 (41) 
after M Uer. 

Pitt, Rt. Hon. WUUam, 28 (131) 
after Sir J. Reynolds. 

Portland, Duke of, 163 (85) 
after G. Stnbbs. 

Tigress, A., 113 (265) 
after Jas. Ward. 

Idle boys, 109 (158) 
after Wheatley. 

Departure from Brighton, 5 (135) 



N 



Nanteuil. P. 

Antoine Barrillon de Morangis and 
Francois Afallier du Houssay, 180 
(24) 

Louis XIV, 161 (29) 
after Champaigne. 

Pompone de Belherure, 97 (172) 
Meagle and Peltro, after J. N. Sartorlos. 

Fox-hunting subjects, 112 (233) 
Heuhaslas. 

Cromwell, Oliver; 177 (129) 
Newhoose, C. B. 

Coaching incidents, 176 (45) 

Coaching scenes, 9 (181) 
Nichols and Bluck, after Reinagle. 

Coursing, 9 (174) 
Hagent, T., after J. Hoppner. 

Sheridan, Mrs., and son, 107 (63), 
133 (136) 
Hatter, W., after W. R. Bigg. 

Saturday evening, 160 (8) 
after Russell. 

Gunn, Martha, 13 (179) 
after H. Singleton. 

Sorrows of war, 55 (243) 

after Stothard. 

Ceciha 10 (227) 

after Staart. 

Washington, George, 7 (77) 

after F. Wheatley. 

Benevolent cottager, 72 (254), 165 
(130) 
—- and B rke, T. after B gg. 

Saturday morning ; and Evening, 
5 (145) 

and Ogbourne, Gaugain, after 

WestaU. 

Boy angling ; and Girl feeding pigs, 
28 (179) 

o 

OGBORNE, JOHR, AFTER BIGG. 

Exteriors of cottages, with figures, 159 
(189) 

after Ramberg. 

Sophia, Princess, 80 (82) 

after G. Romney. 

Mrs. Jordan, 10 (235), 28 (191) 

after WestaU. 

Sad story. The ; and Wood -cutter 
and cow-boy, 16 (71) 

Gaugain, Natter, after WestalL ^ 

Boy angling ; and Girl feeding pigs, 
28 (179) 
Orme, D., after W. R. Bigg. 
Sailor boy's return, 163 (70) 



298 



INDEX. 



Engravings by 



after H. Brown. 

Death of Nelson, 135 (219) 

atter himself. 

Nelson, Lord, on board the San 
foief, 43 (912) 
Orme, E., after Wm. Craig. 

View of the Cape of Good Hope and 
battle previous to the surrender, 
31 (73) 



PAILLARD, H. 

Reflets Dorifes, 95 (71) 
Palmer, Sam. 

Early ploughman ; and The Herds- 
man, 66 (34) 
Park, T., after T. Gerhard Haek. 

Mouse-trap, 106 (33) 
Parkes, R. B. 

Mayne, Mrs., 105 (6) 
Parker, Hon. Mrs., 105 (6) 

after T. Gainsborough. 

Siddons, Mrs., 105 (7) 

after Reynolds. 

Abington, Mrs., as " Miss Prue," 104 
(I) 

after G. Romney. 

SuUivan, Lady, 105 (8) 
Peltro, after 3. N. Sartorios. 

Tte chase ; and The death, 8 (216) 

and Neagle, after i. N. Sartorios. 

Fox-hunting subjects, 112 (233) 
Pennell, Joseph. 

Dock Head, The ; Lincoln's Inn ; 
Lindsay Row ; Somerset House, 67 
(36) 
Edgar Thomson Steel W'OTks ; New 
Vork from Brooklyn Bridge ; 
Pahsades and palaces ; Standard 
Oil Works, 66 (35) 
Hampton Court ; Park Lane ; West- 
minster from my window ; Bel- 
gium, A modem Hobbema ; and 
Bradford, Low Moor Works, 67 
(37) 
Times and Pennell Buildings, The, 
1(25) 
Patber, W., after Garrard. 
Chaff-cutter, The, 3 (173) 
Outside of a farrier's shop, 106 (41), 
108 (90) 

after Q. Stnbbs. 

" Gimcrack," 113 (257) 
Phelps, J. 

St. Katherine's Dock, View of 
building of, 120 (71) 
Pleart, B., after CUnt 
Foote, Miss, 97 (198) 



Picket and Hltan, after B. Dayes. 

Inspection of the Honourable Artil- 
lery Company by Earl Harrington, 
♦4 (921) 
Pieot, H. A., after C. Hoanet 

Mother and children, 97 (316) 
Plerson, J., after himself. 

Gamekeeper, The, 3 (186) 

Mower, The, 98 (266) 

Sportsman, and companion, s (143), 
80 (93) 

Spring ; and Summer, ji (36) 
Piranesi, G. 

Pianta Roma, 41 (882) 
Plaee, H., after Hiss Splbbuy. 

Lost child found, 163 (69) 
PoUard. J. 

Bottom-fishing ; and Fly-fishing, 15 
(196), 158 (64) 

Bottom-fishing, 7 (179) 

The Cambridge Telegraph, 8 (333) 

" Elephant and Castle," with stage- 
coaches, 56 (280) 

Mail-coaches in snow, flood, and 
thunderstorm, 56 (273), ui (175) 

Moody, Tom, 3 (478) 

Steeplechasing, 81 (180), 133 (143) 

St. Paul's choir, 5 (94) 
after S. Aiken. 

Hunters at Cover-side, no (183) 

Shooting : Partridge, Woodcock, 
Grouse, and Pheasant, 54 <i99) 

Fairlop fair, 6 (183) 

G. Osbaldeston, Esq. : Extraordinary 
match of zoo miles agaiast time, 
7<i58) 
after W. Mason. 

King George III reviewing his troops 
on Blackheath, 105 (32) 
and Daboorg, after C. TIobmb. 

Panoramic view of British horse- 
racing, 6 (177), 133 (142) 
PcUard, R. 

Infantile sports, 9 (202) 
after S. Gilpin. 

" Dash " and " Modest," ixi (222) 
after himself. 

Acland, Lady Harriet, 7 (78) 
after K. Pocoek. 

Chesterfield Packet, The, x6 (303) 
after Rowlandson. 

Vauxhall, 134 (192) 
and Dodd, after B. Dayes. 

Queen Square, 161 (34) 
Ponce, N., after Ba donln. 

Annette et Lubin, 17 (246) 

La toilette, 163 (62) 
Porter, J., after T. Agasst. 

Rivers, Lord, 107 (74) 



Engravings by 



INDEX. 



299 



PMtaun. L., artar M. SmiM aai C«L 
Howen. 

Atberti's South Africa, 14 (115) 
Pndler, M. 

Ferry, The, 95 (79) 

Lc Pont, and Nocturne, 95 (76) 

Le Vieuz Moulin, and Chaumiere, 
95 (77) 

Lock, The, 96 (80) 

Maison de Passeur, 95 (78) 
Pntt, Joseph B. 

Sisters, The, 96 (122) 
afUr Oainsborongh. 

Gloucester, Duchess of, 53 (44) 
after Peter Graham. 

Cattle in the Highlands, 23 (7) 

Grass-crowned headland of a rocky 
shore, 96 (120) 

Rocky coast scene, with seagulls, 
23(8) 

Where nought is heard, 96 (119) 
alter Hoppner. 

Beresford, Miss, 53 (43) 
after Sir T. Lawrenee. 

Daughters of Colonel Carteret Hardy, 
»o5 (4) 
after Romney. 

Byng, Miss, 70 (168) 
Prattent, T. 

" Phenomena," 110 (184) 
Pilnee, i. B. Le. 

" (Euvre de J. B. Le Prince. Sur le 
Moeurs les Coutumes et les Habille- 
mens de ciiflferents peuples," 180 

(27) 

Pagla and Fielding, after Tlmms. 

Paris, General view of, 80 (46) 
Piikett, W. 

Cricket i&atch at Hitchaun House, 12 
(loo) 
Faroell. R^ after Mercier. 

The Seasons, 8 (209) 
after J. Meyer. 

George III, 179 (14) 
after Bejnolds. 

Fenhoulet, Lady, 109 (118), 164 (93) 
PyaU, H., after W. Eagar. 

Newfoundland, The town and harbour 
of St. Johns, 2 (369) 



R 

■AJOI, P., ArrSB i. SEYMOUR 
LOGAB. 

Smoker, The, 40 (868) 
Rat. P. Le. 

Philosopher, The, :8t 1:46) 



Read. Uent R. P. 

St. Helena, Island and forts of 54 
(176) 
Reefe, R. G. 

Cricket : Hackney School, 80 (49) 
after Aiken. 

Fox-hunting, 16 (179) 

Full cry and Getting away, 158 (62) 

Hunting, 28 (169) 
after R. Crane. 

Braiatree market, 52 (204) 
after R. B. DstIs. 

Coursing, 42 (887) 

Sbooti g subject?, 112 (243) 
after J. P. Herring. 

" Birmingham," 164 (97) 

" Colonel," 164 (97) 

" Matilda," 71 (220), 164 (97) 
after J. PoUard. 

Live-bait : Fisbing for jack, 5 (14a) 

London, The General Post Ofi&ce, 73 
(261) 

Mail-coach in a drift of snow, 176 
(46) 

Royal mail starting from the General 
Post Office, London, The, 7 (181), 
10 (228) 
after Ueat. Read. 

Waterloo, Battle of, 80 (120) 
after Wolstenholme. 

Coursing subjects, iii (220) 

Fox-hunting, 3 (480), 28 (192), in 
(202) 

Shooting, 2 (451), 4 (200) 
and Aiken, after W. P. Hedges. 

Chase, The • and Death of the roe- 
buck, III (203) 
Regnanit, P., after himself. 

Soir, 17 (256) 
Rembrandt Van Rhyn. 

Abraham and Isaac, 162 (53) 

" Ecce Homo," 179 (6a) 

Return of the prodigal son, 162 (53) 
Reynolds, after Morean. 

Le Petit Lever, 44 (923) 
Reynolds, J. R., after G. Morlaad. 

Playing at dominoes and Playing 
with a monkey, 161 (19) 
Reynolds, S. W., alter Von Breda. 

Portrait of a lady, 23 (187) 
alter Hoppner. 

Spencer, Earl, 106 (36) 

Whitbread, Mrs., 162 (44) 
after G. Norland. 

Fbberman's dog, 162 (49) 

Fishermen going out, 55 (237) 

Land storm. A, 161 (22) 
after Taylor. 

Royal Review at Windsor, 122 
(196) 



300 



INDEX. 



Engravings by 



109 



161 



after Jas. Ward. 

Country butcher's shop, The, 
(154) 

Farmer's stable, The, 109 (156) 
after Wolstenholme. 

Glammis, Lord, and staghounds 
(22) 
Blebardson, W., after Cockerell. 

Tribute to the memory of Christopher 
Wren, 159 (216) 
Rieheton, J. 

Sheepfold, The : Moonlight, 185 (155) 
Rlehter, H., after himself. 

Wild rose, The, 15 (184) 
Biekards, after F. Wheatley. 

Farmyard, The, 14 (146) 
Riley, H. 

British Army, plates numbers 13 
and 16, 15 (183) 
Robbe, H. 

Le Miroir, 95 (67) 

Le Sofa, 95 (66) 
Roberts, P., and Buttersworth, after T. 
Buttersworth. 

Nelson, Admiral Lord, Bust of, 42 
(885) 
and J. C. Stadler, after Adam Buck. 

Un Minuet a I'Anglaise, 121 (152) 

Western, Sophia, 42 (890) 
and Ziegler, after Adam Buck. 

Venus, 13 (194) 
Robertson, Percy. 

Candlemaker Row, 66 (26) 

Westminster Bridge, 120 (42) 
Robins, W. P. 

Middlesex, Hayricks, 66 (26) 
Roggen, Van, after Jan Vermeer. 

Delft, View of, 185 (170) 
Rosenberg, C, after W. J. Huggins. 

Precursor, 80 (98) 
after Pollard. 

Hyde Park Carner, 159 (211) 

Mail-coach in a flood. The, 9 (175) 
Rosenberg, R., after J. Pollard. 

Stage-coach travelling, in (213) 
Roossel, Theodore. 

Monte Carlo, 53 (37) 
Rontte, after Cipriani. 

Venus sleeping ; and Nymphs bath- 
ing, 17 (233) 
Rowlandson, T. 

Vauxhall, 98 (246) 
after himself. 

Death of the fox, 112 (238) 

Sly boots, 10 (214) 

Tour of Dr. Syntax in search of the 
picturesque, 108 (93) 
R««inoft, W. 

Algerian landscape, 39 (844) 

Algerian market place, 39 (845) 



Algeria, Street in Bon Saava, 39 (845) 

Flute player, The, 39 (844) 

Two Algerian beggars and Algerian 
merchants, 39 (844) 
Rnet, L., after Meissonier. 

Au Belvedere, 16 (22) 

Halt, A, 96 (118) 

Le liseur, 16 (18) 

Le porte drapeau, 16 <2i) 

Le voyageur, 184 (128) 

Napoleon, 67 (50) 

Two connoisseurs, 96 (116) 
Rustabnry, Henry. 

Last of the General Post Office, 
London ; and A Cotswold mill, 67 
(38) 
Ryder and Cosse, after Bnnbnry. 

Scheik Ibrahim, entertaining Naired- 
din and the Fair Persian, 164 (11 1) 
Ryland, W. W., after J. Hoek. 

Lovers' parting, 8 (203) 
after A. Kanflman. 

Historical subjects, 80 (iz6) 

Paris and Helen, 163 (71) 

Richmond, Duchess of, 8 (199), 162 
(46) 



ST. AUBTN, CATHERINE, AFTER LE 
NOIR. 

Kain, Le, 161 (29) 
Salathe. 

Niagara Falls, 1 (265), 177 (119) 
Salles, L. 

Author, An, 184 (146) 

after E. Detaille. 

Coup de I'Etrier, 184 (145) 
Sandby, Paul, R.A. 

Shrewsbury Bridge ; and Bridg- 
north, 24 (161), 121 (95) 
Windsor Castle and Terrace, 24 (162), 
121 (96) 

after Capt. Hervey Smythe. 

Canada : View of Miramicbi in the 
Gulf of St. Lawrence, 28 (198), 
56 (270) 

after Sandby. 

Benazech, Peter, and Elliot, WiUiam, alter 
Sandby. 
2 (389) 
Sanerwied, A., Scriven, E., Hill, i., after 
A. Sauerwied. 

H.R.H. the Prince Regent in Hyde 
Park, 22 (215) 
Saunders, J., after Cosway. 
EUiot, Miss, 13 (15C) 



Engravings bv 



INDEX. 



301 



Say, W., after H. B. Cbalon. 

" MoreUi," no (i88) 

" Van Dyck," no (188) 
after J. J. Masquerier. 

Mellon, Miss, in the character of 
" Mrs. Page," 107 (62) 
alter Rembrandt. 

Peasant girl, 15 (205), 25 (196), 51 
(no) 
after Reynolds. 

Love, 10 (211) 
after Gabriel Stuart. 

Gentleman, A, seated at a table, 
holding letter, 97 (199) 
after H. Thomson. 

Crossing the brook, 160 (15), 162 (58) 

Shipwrecked mariner, 163 (80) 
after Jas. Ward. 

Farrier's shop, 109 (157) 
and Halle, after Rubens. 

Mdlle. Lundeus, and companion, 10 
(224) 
flayer, R. 

Cunne Shote : A great warrior of the 
Cherokee nation, 28 (86) 
Sehiavonetti, L., after Aspinall. 

Ne^t of Cupids, .■\, 2 (416) 
after Reynolds. 

Mask, The, 43 (909) 
after WestaU. 

Ghost, The, 43 (909) 
after Wheatley. 

" Milk below, maids," 178 (174) 
Sehmalz, Herbert. 

Af&nities, 41 (879) 
S«ott, E. 

Angry farmer, 81 (139) 
after G. Norland. 

Boys robbing an orchard ; and Boys 
skating, 81 (153) 

Tom Jones taking Molly Seagrim, 3 
(i6o), 5 (141) 
S«ott, J. 

Harris, Miss, 105 (5) 
after C. Tomson. 

" Orville," 112 (239) 
Seriven, 1., after Beechey. 

Elizabeth, Princess, 80 (84) 
and Hill, J., after A. Sanerwied. 

Review in Hyde Park, 54 (198) 

and Sauerwied, A., after A. Sauer- 

wied. 

H.R.II. the Prince Regent in Hyde 
Park, 22 (215) 
fledeole, Herbert, after Joseph Farqubarson. 

Salmon fishing, 94 (8) 

Sun has closed a winter's day. The, 
185 (169) 
flaymonr, S., after T. Bireh. 

Philadelphia, City of, 177 (122) 



Sharpe, W. 

Costumes of the Guards, 27 (52) 
Sharp, W., after J. Hayter. 

Lambton children. The, 97 (195), izi 
(106) 

after Sir H. Raebnm. 

Rt. Hon. Robt. Dundas, 7 (io6) 
Shannon, Charles. 

Snow winter, 66 (20) 
Shepheard, G., after Norland. 
Fleecy charge, 81 (148) 

and Baldry, after Banbury. 

Market woman, 165 (112) 
Sheppard, R., after J. Wyke. 

Hunting subjects, 112 (234) 
Sherwin, J. K., after Gainsborongh. 
Pitt, William, 43 (912) 

after himself. 

Deserted village, 133 (126) 

after Sir J. Reynolds. 

Abingdon,Mrs.,as"Roxalana," 177(155) 
The fortune-teller, 10 (209), 109 (120) 
Short, Sir Frank, R.A. 

Arran, Road into, 12 (19) 
Bromborough ; River scene ; Sun- 
rise on Whitby Scaur, 71 (187) 
Cornwall, Hayle ; Itchen Channel, A 
dead calm in ; Low tide and 
evening star ; Maxwell Bank : 
Gathering the flock, 71 (188) 
Cumberland, Sbap Fell, 71 (193) 
Curfew, The, 9 (61) 
Dawn ; Per horse-power, per hour ; 

Rye Pier : Evening, 71 (189) 
Diana and Endymion, 71 (195) 
Entrance to the Meuse, 12 (17) 
Falls on the Rhine, 3 (55) 
Lifting cloud, 70 (185) 
Liverpool, George's Dock, 9 (62) 
Lucerne, 3 (56) 
Moonlight at sea, 71 (186) 
Moseley, near Birmingham, Old 

gravel pits, i (180), 12 (20) 
Nithsdale, 71 (igo) 
Old houses in the ' Healtheries," 

1884, 12 (14) 
Polperro : A slant of light, 71 (186) 
Putney Bridge, Ebb tide, 9 (60), 71 

(186) 
Ramsgate : Moonrise ; and Thames, 

Mouth of, 70 (183) 
Roman canal, 71 (192) 
Rome, Twilight in the Campagna, 71 

(186) 
Smugglers, 12 (18) 
Solway fishers, 71 (194) 
Solway : Midday, 53 (3O 
Span of old Battersea bridge, 53 (32) 
Wensley Dale, i (180) 
Yorkshire : In the hav-fiekl, 70 (184) 



302 



INDEX. 



Engravings by 



after P. d* Wlnt. 

Ojrford, Near, 70 (185) 

Ploughing, 70 (:84) 

Snowdrift, The, 71 (192) 

Weasley Dale, 71 (193) 
after Copley Fielding. 

Sunset at sea, 71 (194) 
after Nasmyth. 

Bums, Robert, Portrait of, 52 (223), 
96 (106) 
after J. M. W. T«ner. 

Alps from Grenoble to Chamberi ; 
and Solway Moss, 71 (194) 

Ehrenbreitstein and Bellonzona from 
the road to Locarno, 71 (189) 

Mildmay sea-piece, 71 (186) 

Swiss pass. A, 71 (191) 
after G. F. Watts. 

Hope, 71 (195) 
Shury, G. S., after T. Oainsboroagb. 

Three princesses walking in the Mall, 
105 (9) 
after Reynolds. 

Waldegrave, The Ladies, 52 (15), 
105 (10), 185 (159) 
Simon, J., after L. Laguerre. 

Cadogan, Earl, 159 (202) 
Simon, P. 

" Muci ado about nothing," 5 (148) 
after J. Dowaman. 

Tom Jones, 107 (75) 
after Opie. 

Sleeping nsrmph, 55 (250), 178 (175) 
Simon, T. F. 

Bric-a-Brac, 95 (46) 

Marchand de Statuettes, 95 (45) 

Sur la Plage, 95 (44) 

Venice, 95 (43) 
Simonet, i. R., after Ba.'doiiin. 

Le damger du tSte-i-t^te, 163 (62) 
Simpson, Wells and Dodd, after Ibbetson. 

Duck ; Pheasant ; Woodcock ; and 

Snipe shooting ; and Coursing, 9 
(185) 
Skrimshire, A. J. 

Stuart, Prince, 52 (14) 
Sraitb, J. 

Ftincess Sophia of Brunswick, 181 {.5) 
after Closterman. 

Cowper, William, 182 (66) 

Gibbons, Mr. and Mrs., 182 (69) 

Maxwell, Major-General, 182 (68) 
after D. Craft. 

Charles II of Sweden, 163 (82) 
after D'Agar. 

Rochford, Countess of, 18 (69) 
after H. Dahl. 

Rochester, Bishop and Archdeacon 
of, 182 (70) 

Rooke, Admiral Sir George, 182 (68) 



— after Van Dyck. 

Charles I ; and James I, 182 (67) 

- after Hill. 

Philadelphia from Camden, View of, 
177(120) 

— after tiimself. 

Horsley, Matthew, of Birdsall, 107 
(70) 

- after Sir G. Kneller. 
Albemarle, Earl of, 181 (55) 
Blandford, John, Marquess of, 181 

(62) 
Bolton, Monmouth, and Onaoad, 

Duchesses of, 181 (54) 
Buckhurst, Lord, and his sister, 181 

(53) 
CecU, Hon. Robert, 181 (63) 
Churchill, Henrietta and Anne, 42 

(900) 
Clifford, Lord, and his sister, 181 (S3) 
Cowper, Lord, 181 (59) 
Cromw Lady E izabeth, tSi (54 

61) 
D'Avenant, Madam, 181 (58) 
Dorset, Godolphin, Mulgrave, Oxford, 

and Gifiord, Earls of, 181 (60) 
Exeter, Earl of, 181 (57) 
George, Prince of Denmark, 181 (55, 

63) 
Gibbons, Grinling, 18 1 (57) 
Gloucester, Duke of, 181 (53, 60) 
Grafton and St. .\lbans, Duchesses 

of, 181 (56) 
How, Mrs. Rachel, 181 (61) 
Kneller, Sir G., 161 (26), 163 (82), 

181 (64) 
Locke, Johannes, 7 (125) 
Marlborough, Duke of, 181 (60) 
Montague, Rt. Hon. Charles, 181 (55) 
Newton, Sir Isaac, 181 (63) 
Ormonde, James, Duke of, 181 (55, 

60) 
Percival, Sir John, 181 (62) 
Portraits of Charles II, James II, 

William III, Queen Mary, Queea 

Anne, and George 1, 181 (52) 
Stuart, Prince James, 161 (26) 
Prince of Wales and his sister, 181 

(65) 
Princess Anne of Denmark, i8r (56) 
Rutland, Essex, Ranelagb and Salis- 
bury, Countesses of, i8i (56) 
Schomberg, Frederick, Duke of, 181 

(59) 
Tompion, Thomas, 181 (63) 
Vanbrugh, Sir George, 181 (57) 
Villiers, Lord, and his sister, 181 (53) 
Voss, Mrs., and child, 42 (900), 181 

(58) 
Wren, Sir Christopher, 181 (63) 



Engravings by 



INDEX. 



J03 



after Bit P. Utg. 

Lely, Sir P., 181 (64) 
aXtor T. Mmmy. 

Bathurst, Mr. and Duke of Glou- 
cester 182 (67) 
mfter J. RUey. 

Clayton, Sir Robert, 182 (66) 
alter Wissing. 

Pembroke, Earl of, 182 (66) 
Sailtti, J. Cbaloner. 

Illustratioos to " British MeEzotint 
Portraits," 176 (26) 
Smith, J. B. 

Tavern door, The, 106 (49) 

Devonshire, Duke of, 180 (40) 

Schoolboys giving charity to a blind 
man, 13 (186) 
after Buabory. 

Expectation, 13 (200) 

First interview of Werter and Char- 
lotte, 80 (134) 
after Cosway. 

If oniniia visiting the tomb of Lucilius, 
98 (249) 
after H. P. Dsnloux. 

Duncan, Admiral Lord, 165 (117) 
after Engleheart. 

MUls, Mrs., 71 (206) 
after T. Gainsborongh. 

George, Prince of Wales, 163 (83) 
after hlauelf. 

A Loiiir, 164 (107) 

Enamoured sportsman, 106 (42) 

FUrtilla, 10 (215), 164 (106) 

Hocsley, Matthew, 106 (35) 

Rumford, Benjamin, Count of ,17 (225) 

Sportsman's repast, 106 (42) 

What yon will, 106 (54) 
after J. Hoppner. 

Hoppner, Mrs. (Sophia Western), 
180 (2l) 

after G. Horland. 

Corn-bin, The, 158 (179) 

Delia in town, 10 (221), 165 (120) 

" Dressing for the masquerade," 55 

{236) 
Feeding the pigs, 165 (127) 
Fisherman's hut, 55 (238) 
Horse-feeder, 163 (79) 
Innocence alarm'd, no (179) 
Milkmaid and cowherd, no (169) 
Rabbits ; and Guinea-pigs, 5 (156) 
Return from market, 2 (378), 55 

(240), no (180) 
Robbing down the post-horse, no 

(17X) 
Story of Letitia : Domestic happiness, 

106 (48) 
Story of Letitia : The elopement, 106 

(SO) 



Story of Letitia : The virtuous 
parent, 106 (49) 
after i. Op e. 

Almeria, 72 (2 i) 
after Re». M. W. Peters. 

Clara, 107 (57) 

Fortune-teller, The, 10 (220) 

Love in her eyes sits playing, 107 

(69) 

after Sir J. Reynolds. 

Camac, Mrs., 43 (904) 

Carwardine, Mrs., and child, 107 (64) 

Clinton, Lady Catherine Pelham, 

108 (n3) 
Crewe, Master, 108 (115) 
Damer, Hon. Mrs., 109 (117), 180 

(39) 
Gallwey, Mrs. Payne, and child, 180 

(41) 
Gawler, The brothers, 180 (42) 
Hamilton, Lady, as a " Bacchante," 

162 (42), 165 (114) 
Infant Hercules, 81 (176) 
Montagu, Mrs., 109 (134) 
Mordaunt, Mrs., 109 (135), 181 (45) 
Morris, Mrs., 181 (46) 
Palmer, Mis Theophila, 81 (154), 

181 (47) 
Robinson, Mrs., 2 (444). 180 (22) 
Rokeby, Lord, Archbishop of Ar- 
magh, 24 (191) 
Schinalerin, Madame, 181 (50) 
Snake in the grass, 158 (119) 
Stanhope, Hon. Mrs., 109 (142), 121 

(161) 
Student, The, 161 (27), 181 (51) 
Tarleton, Lieut.-Colonel, 73 (26*), 

165 (n6) 

after J. BnsselL 

Hibbert, Thomas, 107 (78) 

after G. Staart 

St. Vincent, Admiral the Earl of, 43 

(90-) 
after H, Walton. 

Plucking the turkey, 164 (103) 
alter R. WestalL 

Dream, The, 55 (244), 133 (133). 158 
(in) 

Romance, The, 133 (133). iJ* (»") 
after Woodford. 

The shepherdess, 10 (237) 

The wood-nymph, 8 (206), 10 (237) 
Smythe, Richard, after S r T. Lawreaee. 

Dysart, Countess of, 70 (i77) 

Inchiquin, Lady, 40 (853) 
SolroD, 7. D., alter Grlgaoa. 

Village dance of an Italian family, 
161 (25) 
after G. Horlaad. 

Tea-garden, A, no (182), 165 (lai) 



304 



INDEX. 



Engravings by 



after H. Singleton. 

Flora, 3 (182) 
Sparrow, alter Baidrey. 

Cambridge University Almanack, 108 
(45) 
Spielmann, H. H., after Charles S. Keene. 
Twenty-one etchings, with introduc- 
tion and notes, 66 (27) 
SpUsbnry, J., after Sir J. Reynolds. 
Guiseppe Marchi, 73 (270) 
Jacobs, Miss, 109 (128) 
Stacpoole, P., after Elizabeth Thomson. 
Balaclava ; Quatre Bras ; Roll-call, 
41 (881) 
Stadler, J. C, after A. Aglio. 

Wellington, Marquess of, 161 (24) 

after Bethell. 

Dover, View of the town and port 
of, 52 (209) 

after Craig. 

View of the pavilion and Steyne, at 
Brighton, 51 (24) 

after Livesay. 

Naval engagement ofE Boulogne, 
Oct. 31st, 1803, 2 (450) 

after S. Front. 

Ijege, 15 (185) 

after A. Bueli. 

Father's darling, 4 (198), 6 (200), 81 

(169) 
Mother's hope, 4 (198), 6 (200), 24 
(209), 81 (169) 

and P. Roberts, alter Adam Back. 

Un Minuet a I'Angl ise, 121 (152) 
Western, Sophia, 42 (890) 
Stamp, E., after P. Boncher. 

Rising and setting of the sun, 96 
(loi) 
Stanler, R., after P. Wbeatiey. 

Wheatley, Mrs., 105 (26) 
Stodart, E., after Cosway. 

Fair stepmother, The, 41 (880) 

after Pllmer. 

Charming sisters, The, 41 (880) 
Strang, W. 

Adoration of the King ; and Old 

clothes, 39 (834) 
The distant hill, 67 (50) 
Manoah's offering ; and The fisher- 
man, 66 (20) 
Stnbbs, G. Townley, after G. Stnbbs. 
" Anvil," 113 (274) 
An Arabian, 113 (271) 
" Bandy," 113 (271) 
" Baronet," 113 (274) 
Bulls fighting, 113 (263) 
" Duncannon," 113 (273) 
" Eclipse," H3 (273) 
Egerton, Wilbraham, Esq., of Tatton, 
97 (179) 



Egerton, William, Esq., 121 (102) 

Frightened horse, 113 (266) 

Hack hunter and stud hound, 114 
(277) 

Haymakers, 113 (261) 

Horses fighting, 113 (251, 264) 

Labourers, 113 (260) 

Lioness and lion, 113 (254, 265) 

Lioness and stag, 113 (266) 

Lion and stag, 113 (254)) 

" Mambrino," 113 (272) 

Mare and stallion, 113 (269) 

" Mask," 1J3 (271) 

" Pangloss," 113 (271) 

" Protector," 113 (272) 

" Pumpkin," 113 (274) 

Reapers, 113 (261) 

" Sharke," 113 (272) 

" Sweetbriar," 113 (274) 

" SweetwUliam," 113 (273) 

" Trentham," 113 (271) 

Two hacks and Two hunters, 114 
(276) 

" Volunteer," 113 (272) 
Summers, W., after HaU. 

" Blue Gown," 56 (276), 82 (iga) 
Soragne, L., after Wattean. 

Musical party, 44 (926) 
Sutherland, T., after H. Aiken. 

Death, The, in (209), 165 (138) 

Fox-hunting, 16 (176), 5 (193), 81 
(166) 

Going to cover, 165 (138) 

Hunting, 28 (162) 

Leicestershire covers, 14 (174), 176(53) 

The meeting, Kirkby Gate ; Breaking 
cover, Billesdon Coplow ; and Full 
cry, Whifsendine pasture, 14 (174) 

Thief disturbed. The, 158 (61) 
after Dolby. 

" Tarrare," 164 (98) 
after J. Glendall. 

Calais : The market-place, 5 (152) 

Kew Palace, 54 (184) 
and Cooper, after H. Aiken. 

Waterloo, Battle of, 80 (122) 
Snyderhoef, J., after H. Pot. 

Admiral van Tromp, 7 (145) 
Synge. E. M., 

Budd's comer ; Low tide, Maiden ; 
On the Tay ; and The valley mill, 
67 (39) 

Spain, Ten etchings in, 67 (40) 

Venetian doorway, 12 (11) 



TARDIED, J., AND BALEGHOO, 
J. M. NATTIER. 

Le Terre and Le Feu, 44 (926) 



Engravings by 



INDEX. 



305 



Tbew, R., after Rev. H. W. Peters. 

" Merry wives of Windsor," 5 
(148) 
alter Reynolds. 

Infancy (Master Hare), 7 (188) 
Thomson, after Harper. 

Brighton beauties, 3 (183) 
TUIemans, Peter. 

Earl of Kingston-iipon-Hull bunting, 
7 (176) 
Tily, Engene, after J. L. E. Melssonler. 

Friedland, 96 (109) 
TomUns, P. W. 

Damon and Musidora, 134 (185) 
after C. Ansell. 

Arthur and Emmeline, 8 (202) 
after W. R. Bigg. 

Village girl shelling peas ; and 
Gathering nuts, 43 (910) 
after Hiss Jalla Conyers. 

Affection, 8 (218) 

Duty, 8 (218), 28 (160) 
after Gainsborough. 

Hobbinol and Ganderetta, 97 (215) 
after W. Hamilton. 

Evening, 162 (sfi) 
after J. Hoppner. 

Love enamoured, 17 (235) 
after G. Norland. 

Children feeding goats, 133 (135) 
after J. RosselL 

Maria, 8 (210) 

Morgan, Mrs., and child (maternal 
love), 55 (251), 72 (253) 
after J. T. Serres. 

Copenhagen, Battle of, 161 (35) 
ToBSsaint, H. 

Rheims Cathedral, 185 (156) 
Townley, C, after HarshaU. 

Racehorses " Adonis " and " Bun- 
gay," 121 (166) 
Tresea, 8., after Boilly. 

Le Cadeau Ddlicat, 17 (238) 
Turner, C. 

Backswords, 14 (165) 

Shoeing the hack, 14 (166) 

Wrestling, 14 (167) 
after Agasse and Shark. 

Fox and rabbits and Rabbits, 112 
(247) 
after T. Barker. 

Cockbum, Lieut. -General, Sir William, 
28 (185) 
after Beringer. 

Pheasant-;, iii (217) 
after A. W. CaUeott. 

Water-mill, The, 160 (12) 
after F. Conntz. 

Presentation of colours to the 
Kentish Volunteers, 15 (198) 



- after Elmere. 

Red game, iii (217) 

- after T. Gainsborongh. 
Little cottager, 160 (16) 

- after J. B. Greoze. 

Le Baiser Envoy6, 162 (60) 

- after J. Halls. 

Kean, Mr., as Richard III, 13 (163), 
133 (94) 

- after Geo. Jones. 

Prince Regent received by the Univer- 
sity and City of Oxford, June I4tb, 
1814, in High Street, 2 (365) 

- after R. Jones. 
CourMng subjects, m (221) 

- after Sir T. Lawrence. 
Charles X of France, 161 (23) 
ErslUne, Sir Thomas, 80 (83) 
Exmouth, Baron, 28 (142) 
Grosvenor, Countess, 72 (24b) 
Wigram, Lady, 179 (4) 

- after B. MarshalL 
Coaching subject, 112 (238) 
The Cock in Feather, 3 (195) 
"Sancho," 112 (238) 

" Sir Teddy," 110 (184) 

- after Sir H. Raebarn. 
Newton, Lord, 55 (245) 

- after Sir J. Reynolds. 
Fortune-teller, 159 (194) 

Maiden, Viscount, and Lady Eliza- 
beth Capel, 109 (131) 
Marlborough family, 109 (133) 
Mask, The, 159 (194) 
Penn family, 109 (138) 

- after G. Sanders. 
Devonshire, Duke of, 179 (3) 

- after Sir M. A. Shee. 

Spencer, Lavinia, Countess, 73 (280) 

- after Snyders. 

Fox disturbed at his repast, 7 (i77), 
112 (247) 

- after Spilsbory. 

Going to school ; and After school, 
4 (205) 

- after J. M. W. Turner. 
Shipwreck, The, 134 (193) 

- after Jas. Ward. 

Lambton, Ralph, on horseback, 110 
(161) 

- after Thos. Weaver. 

Two Durham oxen, 162 (49) 



VARDERBERGHE, AFTER OIETBICT. 

Dian.i and nyiupbs, 13 (i96a) 
Vendramlnl, J., after R. K. Potter. 

Abercrombi , General Sir R., Death 

of, 162 (50) 



3o6 



INDEX. 



Engravings by 



after Stella. 

Gnardian angels, 134 (188) 
fbseber, C. 

Admiral van der Heist, 7 (139) 
alter A. vaa Ostade. 

Itinerant musicians, 180 (25) 



w 

WAGSTAFF. CHARLES B., AVTEB 
LEES. 

Golfers, The, 7 (161) 
Waldraann, P. 

Pont de la Reine, 95 (58) 
Vieux Pont 95 (49) 
Walker, after M. A. Hayes. 

Costumes of the 5th, 7th, zist, and 
87th Regiments, 27 (48) 
The line, 23 (151) 
Walker, B., after J. T. Oownman. 

Toronto Bay, Sleigh scene, 159 (213) 
177 (126) 

after Bowler. 

Cape Town, Panoramic view of, 5 
(96), 14 (114) 
Walker, F. S., after Gainsboroigh. 
Siddons, Mrs., 159 (233) 

after Turner. 

Goddess of Discord in the Garden of 
Hesperides, 96 (99) 
Walker, Wm. 

Paris : Caf6 Nice, 39 (835) 
St. Paul's Cathedral, 67 (51) 
Waltner, C, after Roybet. 

Astro mers, The, 185 (169) 
Ward, James, R.A., after Sir W. Beeehey. 
His Majesty reviewing the Third of 
Pri ce of Wales Regiment or 
Dragoon Guards, 56 (278) 

after himself. 

Qean face rewarded, 160 (10) 
Cottager returned from market, 109 

(153) 
Dairy farm, The, 109 (155) 
Guinea-pigs, 80 (135) 
Livery stable, no (162) 
Mother's bribe, 160 (10) 
Poultry market, A, 109 (151), no 

(164) 
Rabbits, 80 (135) 

after J. Hoppner. 

Thornton, Henry, 164 (103) 

alter Sir T. Lawrence. 

Baring, Sir Francis, Charles Baring, 
and Mr. Wall, 107 (59) 

after A. Nasmytb. 

Spottiswoode ox. The, in (219) 
after Sir J. Reynolds. 



Fawcett, General Sir William, 73 
(269) 

after Thompson. 

The red breast, 10 (210) 

after S. Woodforde. 

Somerville, John, Lord, 23 (186) 

and William Ward. 

Vegetable market, 109 (151) 
Ward, William, A.R.A. 
Expectation, 52 (191) 
Gamesters, The, 10 (220) 

after J. Alien. 

White, Charles, F.R.S., surgeon, 
Manchester, 13 (168) 

after H. B. Chalan. 

" Billy," 112 (225), 121 (172) 
Chesterfield, Earl of, State carriage, 

112 (228) 
" Child," 112 (225) 
Foxhound " Costive," 112 (226) 
" Quiz," no (186) 

after H. B. Cbalon. 

Raby pack, The, 6 (180), 112 (224), 

121 (172) 
Setter, 112 (226) 
" Snowball," celebrated greyfaoond, 

133 (141) 
Two of His Majesty's State-Horses, 

112 (228) 
" Violante," no (185) 
" Wasp," 112 (225) 
" Wasp Child," I2i (172) 

after G. Garrard. 

Durham white ox. The, 6 (178) 
Hamilton and Brandon, Duke of, 112 

(229) 
Holdemess cow, 6 (178), 112 (227) 

after G. Garrard and Thos. Weavef. 

Durham white ox ; and The Blyth 
Comet ox, 162 (48) 

after Hoppner. 

Hoppner, Phoebe, as " The Salad 

Girl," 71 (206) 
Mexborough, Duchess of, 134 (196) 

after Ibbetson. 

Sailors carousing, 9 (170) 

after B. Marshall. 

" Filho da Puta " and " Sir Joshua," 

no (194) 
Match for one thousand guineas ! ! ! 

no (194) 
Water dogs, 108 (92) 

after G. norland. 

Alehouse politicians, no (175) 
Bathing horses, no (176) 
DeUghtful story, The, no (167) 
Domestic happiness ; and The 

coquette at her toilet, 10 («i7) 
Dram, The, 159 (193) 
Evening, 163 (81) 



Engravings by 



INDEX. 



30: 



Farmer's stable, The, no (178), 163 ' 
(78) { 

Farmyard, The, 179 (6e) 

First of September, 133 (139) | 

Happy father, 134 (187) ' 

Hard bargain, The, 52 (172), 179 I 
(6d) j 

Inside of a country alehouse, 161 (20) I 

Juvenile navigators, 176 (55) | 

Kite entangled. The, 28 (175), 55 | 
(248) 

Morning, 163 (81), 179 (6c) 1 

Pleasures of retirement, 159 (192) ! 

Shepherd's boy, The, no (172) 

Sportsman's return, 4 (212A), no 
(181), 165 (128) 

Spring, 28 (174) 

Stable amusement, 163 (75) 

Thatcher, The, 161 (18) 
alter Mtiller. 

Morland, George, 7 (149), 16 (xi8), 
24 (42, 178), 51 (100), 106 (36) 
after J. Northcote. 

Young lady encouraging a low 
comedian, 73 (265) 
-^ — alter 1. Ople. 

Young shepherd, 107 (57) 
after Bev. M. W. Peters. 

Fortune-teller, The, 13 (185) 
after J. M, Sartorltis. 

Pointers, n2 (223) 
after J. B. Smith. 

Annette and Lubin, 105 (26) 

Thoughts on matrimony, 22 (157) 
alter J. Ward. 

Citizen's retreat, 179 (5) 

Compassi nate children, 109 (149, 
150) 

Haymakers, 109 (149) 

Industrious cottagers, 109 (160) 

Mouse's petition. The, no (163) 

Outside of a country alehouse. 109 
(152), 161 (21) 

Poultry market, 179 (6b) 

Selling rabbits, no (165), 179 (5) 

Vegetable market, 179 (6b) 
after Weaver. 

Short-horned heifer, 162 (47) 
after F. Wheatley. 

Mary's dream, 98 (247) 
and DoDkarton, after Bigg. 

Sailor's orphans ; .ind The soldier's 
widow, 73 (258) 
Ward, W. and J., after Jas. Ward. 

Poultry market and Vegetable 
market, 105 (151) 
Watson, Charles J. 

Ebbeville ; Groothoofdspoort, Dord- 
recht ; Haarlem ; La ChapeUe St. 
Esprit, 67 (41) 



Bologna, San Petronio ; Romsey ; 

Venezia, Ponte del Cavalk>, 67 (63) 
St. Etienne du Mont, Interior of 67 

(41, 63) 
WalsoD, James, after Banbnry. 

Departure of La Fleur, 121 (148) 

after Kettle. 

Elhott, Miss, 164 (86) 

after P. Lion. 

Carpenter, Misses, 165 (115) 

after Raonl. 

George, Prince of Wales, and his 

brother, 107 ('15) 

after Sir 1. Reynoldi. 

Abington, Mrs., as " The Comic 

Muse," 108 (loi) 
Amherst, Sir JeSrey, io8 (95) 
Bosville, Miss Julia, 180 (36) 
Buccleuch, Duchess of, and daughter, 

108 (108) 
Bunbury, Mrs. Henry, 73 (273), 108 

(109) 
Burke, Rt. Hon. Edmund, 177 (161) 
Carlisle, Countess of, 108 (ni) 
Carpenter, Lady Almeria, 180 (37) 
Comwallis, Countess, 180 (38) 
Coventry, Countess of, 108 (114) 
Cumberland, Ann, Duchess of, 108 

(n6) 
Fish, Miss Charlotte, 73 (276) 
Greenway, Miss, 180 (37) 
Hal , Mrs., as " Euphrosyne," 109 

(1=3) 
Johnson, Samuel, 9 (95) 
L'Allegro, 159 (184) 
Magill, Miss, 73 (274). 109 (130) 
Marlborough, Duchess of, and 

daughter, 42 (898), 177 (145) 
Watson, T., alter Sir P. Leiy. 

Ossory, Amelia, Countess of, 106 (38) 
Whitmore, Lady, 106 (38) 

after Sir J. Reynolds. 

Bamfylde, Lady, 108 (103) 
Beresford, Hon. Mrs., with the 

Marchioness Townshend and Hon. 

Mrs. Gardiner, 168 (10 ) 
Cumberland, Henry, Duke of, 164 

(88) 
Garrick, David, 108 (97) 
Gideon, Lady, 164 (87) 
Hardinge, Mrs., 109 (123) 
Melbourne, Lady, and child, 139 (181) 
Parker, Hon. Mrs., 80 (81) 
Princess Sophia Matilda, 43 (899) 
St. Cecilia, 22 (142), 80 (133) 
Webb, J. Cother. 

Laughing girl, i (41), 3 (<)) 

after Van Dyek. 

Lords John and Bernard Staart 

96 (102) 



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INDEX. 



Engravings by 



after Gainsboroagh. 

Blarket cart, The, 96 (100) 
after Lawrence. 

Beauchamp, Lady, 70 (155) 

Fane, Lady Georgiana, 185 (166) 
after W. H. Hargetson. 

Sea hath its pearls, 97 (133) 
after Sir U. Raeburn. 

Boy with a rabbit, 70 (158) 
Webster, H. A. 

Paris : Aacienne Faculte de Medecine, 
39 (835) 
Wehrsehmidt, D., after Romney. 

Hamilton, Lady, 162 (50) 
Wells and Chesham, after T. Whitcombe. 

Battle of Copenhagen, 43 (913) 
WeDs, Simpson and Dodd, after Ibbetson. 

Duck ; Pheasant ; Woodcock ; and 
Snipe shooting ; and G>ursing, set 
of five, 9 (185) 
Westall, R., R.A., after himself. 

Oxford, Countess of, 177 (156) 
Whessell, J., after J. Boultbee. 

Durham ox, 162 (38) 
after T. Gainsborough. 

Cottage girl. The, 106 (56), 5 (146), 
106 (56) 
after himself. 

Hunter's stable, 55 (246) 

" Meteora," no (189) 

" Parasol." no (189) 

" Penelope," no (189) 
after Wheatley. 

Itinerant potters. The, 13 (iSo; 
Wilkin, C, after Hoppner. 

Campbell, Lady, 24 (35) 
after Reynolds. 

Villiers, Lady, 24 (36) 
Whistler, J. McNeil. 

Balcony, The, 67 (68) 

BiUingsgate 53 (38) 

Doorway, The, 67 (66) 

Free-Trade VVharf, 67 (64) 

Furnace nocturne, 67 (70) 

Garden, The, 67 (69) 

La Retameuse, 9 {65) 

Piazzetta, The, 67 (67) 

Thames police, 12 (24) 

Thames set : a series of sixteen 
etchings, 67 (65) 

Weary, 72 (234) 
White, C, after Banbury. 

Charlotte, 8 (237) 
after Cosway. 

Infancy, 8 (234) 
after Crewe. 

Annette and Lubin ; and Julia, 7(185) 

Cherry girl, 6 (161) 

Lady and child ; and Amusement, 10 
(231) 



White, G., after Kneller. 

Monoyer, J. B., 181 (64) 
WUkln, C, after Sir W. Beeohey. 

Children relieving a beggar-boy, 
106 (51), 159 (183) 

after Hoppner. 

Campbell, Lady Charlotte, i (357). 

4 (157), 16 (103), 51 (104) 
Huston, Countess of, 2 (354), 4 (158), 

i6 (102), 51 (loi), 164 (102) 
Howard, Lady Catherine, 2 (356), 
16 (105), 24 (37), 51 (102) 

after Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

Cornelia and her children (Lady 
Cockburn), 13 (187), 7r (205), 
179 (I) 
Hoare, Master George, 14 (202) 
Villiers, Lady Gertrude, 2 (355), 16 
(104), 51 (103) 
Williamson, T., after G. Norland. 

Gipsies; and The sandstorm, no 

(170) 
Summer's evening, no (173) 
Willmore, J. T., and Bromley. 

Battle of Waterloo, 43 (913) 
W: son, Sydney E. after T. Gainsboroagh. 
Graham, Mis., 53 (39) 

after J. B. Greuze. 

Nina, 53 (40) 

after Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

Smythe, Lady, and children, 53 (41), 
185 (163) 

after Romney. 

Hamilton, Lady, as " Nature," 4 
(206), 72 (245) 
Winslow, H. 

MUl-house, The, 39 (835) 
Wolfl, F. J., by Descourtis. 

Vue du lac de Louerz, 176 (96) 
Wobtenholme, J. Dean, after himself. 
Fox-hunting : Reynard breaking 
cover ; and Coming in to the 
death, 54 (200) 
Fox-hunting, 56 (271), in (208) 
Full cry, 8 (226) 
High-mettled racer, 1x1 (207) 
Woodman, R., after Barenger. 

Earl of Derby's staghounds, in (196) 

after R. B. Davis. 

His .Majesty's harriers, 2 (453), 112 
(245) 

after T. Weaver. 

Corbet, John, and his foxhounds, in 
(195), n2 (232) 
Woodward, G. M. 

Everybody out of town, 133 (131) 
WoUett, W., a ter Stubbs. 
Shooting, 5 (63) 
Shooting subjects, 114 (278) 
Spanish pointer, 113 (253, 267) 



Engravings by 



INDEX. 



309 



after West 

Death of Wolfe, 13 (199) 
after B. Wright. 

The fishery, 13 (120) 
Wright, T., after G. Dawe. 

Emperor Nicolas, 122 (191) 
Wyllle, W. L., B.A. 

St. Catherine's Wharf, 67 (50J 



TOUMG, J., AFTER SIR W. BEECHEY 
AID J. HOPPNER. 

Gipsy fortune-teller ; and The show, 
73 (279K 165 (119) 

after G. Garrard. 

Chaise horses ; and Coach-horses, 
m (212) 

after J. Hoppaer. 

Show, The, 107 (83) 

after G. Morland. 

Fishermen, 13 (183) 
Rustic ease, 13 (184) 
Interior of stable, with figures, iS 
(285), 176 (57) 

after R. H. Paye. 

Boy disappointed of his treasure, 73 

(257), 107 (79) 
Boy discovering the golden eggs, 
5 (154), 73 (257), 107 (79) 

after E. Penny. 

Affleck, Phillip, 54 (102) 

after Zoftany. 

Flower-girl, 164 (no) 
Fruit-girl, The, 14 (203) 
Water-cress-girl, 73 (278), 164 (no) 



Ziegler, C, and Roberts, after Adam Back. 

Venus, 13 (194) 
Zokel, 0. 

Fitzpatrick, Lady Gertrude, 104 (3) 
after Reynolds. 

Galwey, Mrs. Payne, 72 (244) 



AROITHOUS. 

Album of engravings and etchings, 

162 (54) 
Battle of Lake Erie, 5 (487), 25 (188) 
Billy, the rat-killing dog, 44 (920) 
Bolton Abbey in the olden times, 184 

(149) 



Bonaparte, General, 55 (241) 

Boy with parachute ; and Young 

angler, 6 (165) 
Breaking cover, in (197) 
British squadron. A, 160 (4) 
Burning of the frigate Phila- 
delphia in the harbour of Tripoli, 
177(123) 
Careless mother, 164 (104) 
The champion of England at the 
coronation of His Majesty George 
IV, 9 (173) 
Classical subjects, 165 (131) 
Coaching, 23 (162) 
Coaching scenes, 81 (165) 
Commerce, 13 (174) 
Cornelia and her children, 159 (195) 
Costume of the 75th Regiment, 27 

(50) 
Doing the down leap, 165 (139) 
Doing it furiously, 165 (139) 
Doing the thing well, 165 (139) 
Duck shooting, Plate 2, 23 (147) 
English lady in Paris, 162 (45) 
Famous match between " Hamble- 
tonian " and " Diamond," 163 (75) 
Fancy portrait of a girl, 13 (175) 
Fishing : Bolton Abbey, 55 (205) 
Flying : The aerial steam carriage, 

23 (153) 
Fort and Settlement of Tamatave, 

160(4) 
Fox-hunting, 56 (297), 121 (169) 
Frederick, Prince of Wales, on horse- 
back, 107 (77) 
French lady in London, 162 (45) 
Ghent and Huy Cathedrals, 185 (156) 
Gilpin, John, 42 (887) 
A girl, holding dove, seated in a land- 
scape ; and An interior, with girl 
holding an urn, 8 (217) 
Girl with bird's-nest, 164 (104) 
Going along a slapping pace, 166 

(141) 
Going to Lincoln Fair, in (211) 
Government House and Federal Hall, 

3 (488) 
Grand military steeplechase at New- 
market, 81 (i86) 
Holy Family, 81 (177) 
Howe, Rt. Hon. Earl, Vice-Admiral 

of the Blue, 159 (203) 
Hunting : Indispensable accomplish- 
ments, 16 (169) 
Irving, Sir Henry, 41 (878) 
Lady in the character of " Clara," 

72 (255) 
La petite fille au chieu, 163 (63) 
Launch of the Trafalgar, i6i (37) 
Le danger du tfite-i-tete, 17 (262) 



3IO 



INDEX. 



Engravings bt 



L. C. after Lavrienoe. 
Le lever des ouvriers, 17 (267) 
Line, The ; and Rifles, The, 14 (164) 
Lony, 97 (241) 
Macedonian, and the United States, 

3 (486) 
Madame Du Barry, 80 (80) 
Map of the St. Lawrence, 54 (171) 
Menz's brewery, 5 (129) 
Military costumes, 80 (111-114) 
Military costume of the 72nd Regi- 
ment, 27 (45) 
Moscow, Views of, X2 (116) 
Napoleon, 161 (28) 
New York : The city on fire, 54 (168) 
Officer of the 45th Nottinghamshire 

Regiment at Rangoon, 27 (51) 
Oidaker, Thomas, and hoimds, 16 

(181) 
Pantheon, Interior of, 105 (30) 
Partridge ; and Grouse shooting, 8 

(221) 
Partridges, iii (218) 
The pet lamb, 7 (191) 
Philadelphia from Fair Mount, View 

of, 177 (127) 
Pitt, Rt. Hon. William, 121 (118) 
Portraits of racehorses, 164 (99, 100, 

lOl) 

Portuguese Synagogue in London, 

S (55) 
Quand I'Hymen dort I'Amour Veille, 

52 (219) 
Ouebec, View of the taking of, 28 

(loi) 
Racehorse " Dan O'Connell," 9 {178) 
Racehorse " Isaac," with Sam 

Darling up, 3 (171) 



Red grouse, in (218) 

Reid's brewery, 97 (226) 

Renewed action by night. The, 160 

(4) 
Roadsters, The, 51 (140) 
Roebucks, in (218) 
Roman triumph : Panorama, 3 (174) 
Royal mails starting from the Poet 

Office, Lombard Street, 163 (133) 
St. Albans grand steeplechase, x8 

(283), 29 (i 9a), in (205) 
St. Petersburg, Views of, 24 (170) 
Town and harbour of St. Thomas,. 

West Indies ; and St. George 

Grenada, 54 (173) 
Shepherd ; and Shepherdess, 10 (333) 
Snow-shoeing near Quebec, and 

companion, 54 (170) 
Soldier's departure, 164 (109) 
Soldier's return, 164 (109) 
Spanish Armada, 162 (55) 
Steeplechase, A, 166 (143) 
Steeplechasing, set of four, 7 (180) 
Swiss views, 133 (117) 
Tandem, 165 (133) 
Tight-lacing, 162 (45) 
Topping a flight of rails, 166 (141) 
U.S. ironclad steamer — new ironsides 

attacking Fort Snmpter, 176 

(113) 

Vatican, Fifty-one views of, 162 (41) 

Vision of St. John, 81 (177) 

Waldeck, I^ince, 7 (146) 

Warren Hill, Newmarket, with tra ns 
of running horses, 14 (170) 

Wild duck ; Woodcock ; and Par- 
tridge shooting, 15 (197) 

Wyndham, Sir Chades, 41 (878) 



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